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New York, NY
39°
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6:57 am4:30 pm EST
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Wind: 11mph W
Humidity: 42%
Pressure: 29.84"Hg
UV index: 2
New York, NY
39°
Fair
6:57 am4:30 pm EST
Feels like: 32°F
Wind: 11mph W
Humidity: 42%
Pressure: 29.84"Hg
UV index: 2

Season Passes 2022

Enjoy unlimited skiing at Bousquet all winter!

Adults (18-59)

$599

Juniors (7-17)

$499

Seniors (60+)

$499

Folks (80+) and Kids (6 and under)

Free + $5 RFID CARD

Your unlimited Summit Pass can be used at bousquet mountain, Berkshire East Mountain Resort in Charlemont, MA, and Catamount Mountain Resort in South Egremont, MA.

Adults (18-59)

$699

Juniors (7-17)

$589

Seniors 60+

$589

Folks (80+) and Kids (6 and under)

Free + $5 RFID CARD

The Indy AddOn Pass

Up to 30% Discount for Unrestricted Season Pass Holders

This year, turn your season pass into a travel pass and explore 80+ independent, authentic Indy Resorts across the US and Canada.

The Indy AddOn Pass is deeply discounted for Indy Resort Partners’ Unrestricted Season Pass holders including staff, instructors and ski patrollers. It gives you two days at each of the 80+ Indy resorts plus a third day at up to 30% off Starting at $119 for kids and $219 for adults. However, it won’t work at your home resort. 

It can be purchased on the Indy Pass website by simply selecting the AddOn Pass option and uploading a photo of your pass of your receipt from your 22/23 UNRESTRICTED Summit or Bousquet Mountain season pass.

For details about the Indy AddON pass program and to purchase your Indy Addon pass, click “Buy Now” below! 

THE UPHILL SEASON PASS ALLOWS PASS HOLDERS TO SKIN OR SNOWSHOE UPHILL, AND SKI OR BOARD DOWN.

IT DOES NOT PROVIDE LIFT ACCESS.

Adults (18-59)

$75

Juniors (7-17) and Seniors (60+)

$75

Folks (80+) and Kids (6 and under)

Free

2022/23 Season Pass Refund Policy: 

For the 2022/23 ski & ride season, season passes will be refunded on a prorated basis and only under the following circumstances:  

100% refund: if a refund is requested prior to the start of the ski season (opening day), we will give a 100% refund minus a $25 administrative fee.  Once Bousquet Mountain is open for the season, refunds are no longer available unless you have a medical-related deferral or refund request.  

Once the mountain has opened, no refunds are available on season passes. A season pass credit towards the purchase of a future season pass can be issued under the following circumstances: 

Medical related credit*: a person may receive a credit on their account for a future season pass at Bousquet Mountain if they are unable to ski/snowboard for the remainder of the season due to medical reasons (including but not limited to injury or pregnancy). A letter from a doctor is required for verification unless the injury is sustained and documented at Bousquet. The credit will be prorated using the pass price at the time of purchase from Bousquet’s opening day based on the date of injury as follows:  

  • Opening day through December 20th: 100% credit  
  • December 21st - January 15th: 65% credit  
  • January 16th - February 15th: 30% credit  
  • February 16th - February 28th: 15% credit  
  • March 1 – close: 0% credit  

 

*Season pass medical-related credit requests must be received within 14 days of an injury or qualifying event.   

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Season Pass prices increasing on Friday, Dec 1

Guest Service Manager

Amanda Cozzaglio

Amanda started at Bousquet in September, 2022.

She was born and raised in the Berkshires and currently resides in Pittsfield. She loves to be outside in the summer months hiking the various trails we have to enjoy, biking on the Rail Trail or kayaking anywhere there is water. Although she enjoys the warm weather over the cold, she is excited to appreciate the winter beauty on a whole other level and brush up on her skiing skills!

When Amanda is not working, she thoroughly enjoys spending time with her family (mainly her 5 nephews and 1 sweet little niece 😊)

operations manager

Yaron Steinhauer

Yaron’s been in the Snowsports industry for 20 years, starting out as an instructor at Hunter Mountain. He leveled up with his Level 3 PSIA certification, then headed out west for a bit. Now he’s back east and has been our Operations Manager since the summer of 2023! He’s all about sharing his passion for the sport and making sure everyone enjoys their time on the snow.

Originally from Westchester County, NY, he’s now hanging out in the Berkshires, and if he’s not on the slopes, he’s probably biking around the hills (especially in the summer).

marketing + Resort Programs manager

Eliza Lindberg

Eliza, a native of Canaan, NY, has been skiing since she could stand on two feet, and deeply loves the outdoors. After getting her Bachelor’s in Psychology in 2023, she joined the Bousquet team filled with passion for skiing, enthusiasm, and curiosity.

Her investment in Bousquet extends beyond the slopes, recognizing it as a gathering place that fosters community connections, promotes healthy living, and plays a significant role in sustaining the vibrant culture of Berkshire County.

Surface Manager

Josh Morse

Bio Coming Soon

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

Bio Coming Soon

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.