Bousquet Ski Resort
|vertical drop:||750 feet|
|longest run:||5,280 feet|
|Snow and Terrain|
|annual snowfall:||83 inches|
|skiable area:||200 acres|
|more difficult:|| 33%|
|most difficult:|| 33%|
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Bousquet Ski Resort News
Historic Bousquet ski area
December 28, 2007 - PITTSFIELD George Jervas knows this year's generous December snowfall means more than just great skiing at Bousquet Ski Area. It means a great year to sell his mountain.
Historic city ski slope for sale
December 27, 2007 - PITTSFIELD George Jervas knows this year's generous December snowfall means more than just great skiing at Bousquet Ski Area. It means a great year to sell his mountain.
December 27, 2007 - PITTSFIELD At Bousquet Ski Area, A.J. Gingras silently jams to his sky pod that's what you call an iPod blaring a 100-song rock play list while you soar through the air on a snowboard.
being cleared for condos
August 17, 2005 - Berkshire Eagle, MA - PITTSFIELD ? Work has begun on a major
condominium project at Bousquet Ski Area, a development that will
eventually bring more than 100 high-end condos to the largely
undeveloped tract of land around one of the city's...
planned at local ski area
February 15, 2005 - Berkshire Eagle, MA - PITTSFIELD -- Developer David Ward has
filed plans with the city for a 105-unit condominium development at
Bousquet Ski Area. The development, featuring two-story townhouses
starting at $350,000, is being called...
the beginnings of Berkshire skiing
March 04, 2004 - iBerkshires.com, United States - Clarence J. (Clare)
Bousquet, who built in 1935 the second rope tow in the United States at
his farm in Pittsfield, was named to the National Ski Hall of Fame this
winter. Bousquet, who died in 1966 at the age of 77, is the only ski
area operator in southern New England to be so honored and was only the
second Berkshire resident to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in
going into national ski 'Hall'
January 15, 2004 - Boulder Daily Camera, CO - ISHPEMING,
Mich. ? Former Boulder resident AJ Kitt, along with Olympic champions
Tommy Moe and Diann Roffe, have been selected for the U.S. National Ski
Hall of Fame. They will be inducted Jan. 23, along with resort owner and
Olympics organizer Alex Cushing; resort founder Clarence
"Clare" Bousquet; National Ski Patrol pioneer Jerry Nunn and
inventor Ernst Constam.
Ski Area ready to open
December 04, 2003 - iBerkshires.com, United States - Local skiers may get
their chance to do a little skiing this weekend. Jiminy Peak was the
first Berkshire ski area to open but Bousquet Ski Area in Pittsfield has
been busy making snow for the past 48 hours and is anticipating opening
for the season on Saturday.
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