Catamount Ski Area is located on Mount Fray of the Taconic Mountains in Hillside New York, and South Egremont, Massachusetts. The ski resort is not only one of the few remaining family-owned ski areas in New England, but is one of the largest ski areas in the Berkshire/Taconic Mountains.
With a vertical drop of 1,000 feet and 119 acres of skiable area, Catamount Ski Area has 36 trails to ensure every skier and snowboarder can enjoy their time. Dedicated to snowboarding, Catamount Ski Area’s Megaplex trail features a 400-foot halfpipe and includes a terrain park that has a variety of hits including Rails, Table Tops, and a big Air Jump.
Lodging and Dining
When you visit Catamount, you’ll be in the heart of one of the Northeast’s most beautiful regions: The Berkshires. There’s a wide variety of fine lodging, superb restaurants, and all kinds of fun activities ranging from antique shops to water parks. For on mountain dining there are two options. Enjoy après-ski in Catamount Ski Area’s fall line lounge, the Tavern – featuring a wide variety of beers and spirits including a locally brewed micro beer. The Café Line offers all of the choices you and your family are looking for.
Mid-Week Ski & Stay packages are available at nine nearby lodging facilities ranging from hotels to bed and breakfasts. This package includes lift tickets and requires two consecutive night stays.
“We’ve been going to Catamount for a couple years and, as an occasional snowboarding family with beginner to intermediate skills, we can’t think of a better place! “
—Alison S., New Hartford, CT
Take Amtrak to Catamount Ski Area
Where to Stay in Hudson
Looking for a getaway opportunity? Spend the night and experience all the Hudson area has to offer. Book a room at Wm. Farmer and Sons—just up the street from Basilica Hudson—and spend the weekend experiencing rich history, cultural hotspots and amazing views with the New York By Rail two-day itinerary, City of Hudson and Beyond. Read about the itinerary and other great places to visit here.