Indy Pass resort Berkshire East boasts enough serious terrain to keep skiers busy for a few days.
Independently owned Catamount is a convenient road trip for Northeastern Indy Pass holders looking to ski close to home.
Close to the Vermont-N.H. border, nonprofit Whaleback Mountain continues to do whatever it takes to keep the sport accessible to its youngest community members.
Wachusett's Crowley Clan is several generations deep into ski-area ownership and can say one thing for sure: It's not the size of the slopes or the vertical feet that matter—it's the amount of heart that goes into a mountain that makes it special.
Everything changes. Vermont's Sugarbush is no stranger to that concept. So when Alterra Mountain Company bought the resort late last year, the locals let out a collective sigh. What would this mean for their beloved ski mecca, “the Vermontiest of Vermont ski resorts?” Turns out, change isn’t always to be feared.