Skiing @ Bousquet
Bousquet Mountain is a long-treasured wintertime gem in the Berkshires, and everyone working towards its enhancement aims to keep it just that way. Local devotion to Bousquet is a special thing, and we want your experience this winter to feel both familiar, and fresh. We welcome you back home to Bousquet, where we can continue our ski traditions and build new experiences together as a growing Bousquet community.
Bousquet has been welcoming skiers since 1932.
It’s where Clarence Bousquet invented the rope tow gripper to protect folks on the rope tow, and introduced night skiing so that skiers could take to the slopes any time, day or night.
New and improved snowmaking, lifts and trail configurations, as well as an enthusiastic new management team make Bousquet worth a visit this winter!
We’re excited to welcome visitors old and new to check out what we’ve been up to.
With Stockbridge to the south and Williamstown to the north, Bousquet lies in the heart of the Berkshires.
Close to a wide array of museums and theaters, as well as great places to eat and stay, you can easily fill a weekend (or a week!) with local offerings.