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The Best Ski Resorts in or near Connecticut

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If you have been planning a snowy weekend with family to Northern New England and are bumped by the management of the process, fear not. You can spend a great, chill weekend with your family by booking Ski Resorts in Connecticut, Massachusetts, or New York borders. These ski resorts are kids friendly, super cheap, and perfect for a weekend trip with family. 

If the idea of zooming down on snowy slopes with your skis makes you excited then you have landed up at the right place. Below are the top 8 kids-friendly ski resorts that are operating with capacity restrictions and social distancing to keep all of their visitors safe while enjoying the cold fresh air.

Ski Sundown- New Hartford

There is frankly no better place to enjoy winters than at Ski Sundown. Located 2 miles northeast of New Hartford the resort offers 16 trails out of which 15 are lighted for nighttime skiing. So, you can even ski at night for some romantic time with your special one. Ski Sundown also includes labels such as ‘easy’, ‘intermediate’, and ‘difficult’ so that you can easily allow your kid to play with snow. 

Mount Southington- Plantsville

Whether you are an amateur or a pro at skiing, Mount Southington is the place you need to visit for a perfect skiing experience. Located in Plantsville, Connecticut it offers 14 trails and 100% nightlight. The resort boasts to have the most happening shred destination since 1964

Weekly children’s program, riding lessons, racing teams, afterschool programs, and weekend entertainment is among the top attractions of this 425 feet resort. Mount Southington is sure a small resort in comparison to the lot but it is family-friendly and spacious enough that you don’t have to wait in line for the ski lift.

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Power Ridge Mountain Park and Resort- Middlefield

Power Ridge Resort is your go-to place all year long. Repurchased and rehabilitated this resort is now open for all, all season long. You can enjoy 19 trails with more than 9-night lighters with just an annual pass. The resort is also popular for sports competitions, music fests, and cultural events.

Berkshire East Mountain Resort- Charlemont, MA

Berkshire Mountain Resort is a medium-sized Alpine skiing resort that offers alpine skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing. Located in the Berkshires on Mount Institute in Charlemont and Hawley, it is spread across an 1840-foot elevation that will give you great views of the mountain, along with trails to ski there.

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Jimmy Peak Mountain Resort- Hancock, MA

Ski away the winter in the largest ski and snowboarding resort in southern New England. With more than 45 trails, children as young as 3 can enjoy slopes, with free lunch, lift tickets, and lessons all day.

Ski Butternut- Great Barrington, MA

Ski Butternut is a good choice if you live near the area and want to have a relaxing weekend with your family. It is relatively smaller than other ski resorts, with its beginner and intermediate terrains. 

Catamount- Hillsdale, NY

Catamount Hillsdale offers the best mid-size ski area on the East coast where you can slice through 36 trails and feel the fresh air while steeping through double diamond Catapult. You can enjoy night skiing with 15 trails. Catamount Ski resort is the resort for your entire family and lies on the border of New York and Massachusetts. 

This list is based on the experience of shuttle taxi drivers of Massachusetts and Connecticut along with our online research of popular ski resorts.

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