The 2020-21 season is fast approaching and we know there are still some unanswered questions. We are working on providing you with safe solutions while you enjoy your favorite local mountain. Our staff has been meeting regularly to develop guidelines on how to best manage your exciting Wachusett Mountain experience this winter while ensuring all … Continue reading Winter 2020/21 Update
This spring has been a time for reflection and gratitude for what is important- like family, friends and being together outdoors in nature. We’re so grateful for you, our season pass holders, and want to give you peace-of-mind as you make your commitment for next season. Here are six reasons to buy your Wachusett season … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why You Need a Wachusett Season Pass
We're counting down our top 10 most liked Instagram posts of the 2019-20 ski season. Have your own mountain memories from skiing and riding Wachusett this winter? Post on your own Instagram and tag us! Who knows, your photo could even end up on our story. #10 - outstanding ski patrol award https://www.instagram.com/p/B4x84bIpAZn/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link #9 - … Continue reading Top 10 Instagram Posts of the 2019-20 Season
As some of you learned a few weeks back, we ended up having to close early for the spring season in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic. And while it was necessary, it certainly wasn't an easy decision, especially as the end of the season was looking strong. Normally, spring skiers and snowboarders would have been … Continue reading The Season That Ended Too Soon
Now that things are warming up, we’re eager to spend a little more time outside and squeeze in a few more weeks of skiing before the end of the ski season. Fortunately, the month of March brings us a great collection of events that riders of all ages and skill levels can enjoy before spring … Continue reading Ski Into Spring! Wachusett March Event Highlights
Skiing is like riding a bike. They say that once you learn, you never forget. But what they don’t tell you about riding a bike is that even when you know how, mistakes can happen. You may forget to signal turns in traffic. You may neglect your safety gear. Or you may hit a bump … Continue reading Miss The Mountain? Return To Learn To Ski At Wachusett
As the days get longer and the weather gets warmer, most people don’t think of heading to the slopes. Skiing and snowboarding are winter activities, right? If you’ve ever thought about trying to learn to ski, or teaching someone else, spring skiing is actually be the best time for beginners. Ski Lift Tickets Are Less … Continue reading Spring Skiing: The Perfect Time For Beginners!
Birds are chirping, the grass is growing, and the days are getting longer. It’s undeniable; spring is on the way. But just because warmer weather is on the horizon doesn’t mean that ski season is over! With our Rest-Next Season Pass, you can enjoy unlimited access to spring skiing and riding on the slopes until … Continue reading We’re Not Done Yet: Get Your Rest-Next Season Pass Today
We get it. It’s warming up outside, the snow is melting, and you’re more than ready to switch into “springtime” mode. But hold on a second! Is the skiing season really over? Wouldn’t it be great if you could squeeze in just a few more spring skiing & riding sessions before the warm weather takes … Continue reading Think Ski Season Is Over? Think Again!
Hockey players, do you ever wish that you could see beautiful mountain landscapes rather than just the inside of an arena? What about hitting speeds of 20-30 miles-per-hour and feeling the fresh mountain air against your face? Luckily, the moves you’ve mastered while playing hockey can transfer to other exciting winter sports like skiing. Perhaps … Continue reading Take Your Hockey Skills to the Slopes