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questions?

No, season pass holders can ski with no restrictions, without a reservation. Go from your car directly to the lift line!

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Device) cards have replaced our paper tickets.

When you purchase a lift ticket, you’ll receive an RFID card that allows you to reload additional lift tickets or season passes onto that same card via your mobile phone or computer.  

The credit card-sized pass can be kept in your pocket, and is scanned at the lift gates to allow access. 

You can pick up your RFID card (which you’ll need to access the lifts) from one of our ticket kiosks or at a ticket window. 

You can reload your RFID on our website, or day-of at a ticket window.

You should arrive about an hour before  your scheduled lesson begins, to ensure that you have time to get your rentals and be dressed and ready at the start of your lesson.  

We recommend getting dressed and storing items you won’t need to access in your car. Our parking lots are conveniently located near the lodge.

It definitely simplifies things to arrive wearing your thermals, ski pants, ski socks, and jacket.

If you are renting equipment you may want to return to your vehicle to store your shoes and other belongings – while we do offer lockers (for a fee), they fill up quickly during weekend and holiday periods.

Some people will carry a small backpack on the mountain for easy access to their keys, wallet, water, and anything else they may need when skiing or boarding. 

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Head Snowmaker

jason phelps

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head groomer

Nate Page

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operations manager

jessica moulton

Jessica started at Bousquet in July 2021.

She grew up in North Adams and currently resides in Pittsfield with her partner and child. She has also lived in South Lake Tahoe, CA and Salt Lake City, UT while pursuing her dream of being a ski bum.

Jess has been skiing and snowboarding in the Berkshires since she was in middle school and also enjoys backpacking, paddle boarding, and biking while she’s not working.

She has a great passion for sharing outdoor recreation opportunities in Western Massachusetts with others.

Surface Manager

Josh Morse

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on-hill programs manager

jeremy lawless

Jeremy started at Bousquet in September of 2021.

Ski & Ride School director

Cindy Bartlett

Cindy first started skiing at Bousquet when she was 7 years old and began teaching at the age of 14. She is a Level 2 certified PSIA instructor, and received her 40-year pin from PSIA-AASI two years ago. Cindy also met her husband at the mountain and has two kids who both learned to ski at Bousquet as well. 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Her passion is simply contagious as she continues to teach the next generation and share her love of skiing with all today.

Beyond Bousquet, Cindy is a volunteer and board member at Berkshire Humane Society 🐾 and rides horses. 🐴

🏔 Favorite trail: Roberto’s Chute
❤️ Favorite memory at Bousquet: a clinic with Court (a legendary Bousquet ski school instructor) when he told the boys, “Ski it like Cindy!”

mountain manager

nate bovard

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Service & Rental Shop Manager

Jay Allen

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general manager

kevin mcmillan

Kevin started at Bousquet in April of 2020. He brings 30 years of experience in the outdoor industry, along with a knack for creative problem solving and mad people skills.

He lives in Plainfield, and is an avid mountain biker and snowboarder.