|Butternut Ski Area|
The Top Flight Quad at Ski Butternut
|Location||Great Barrington, Massachusetts, US|
|Vertical||1000 ft |
|Top elevation||1764 ft|
|Base elevation||825 ft|
|Lift system||10 Chair lift, including 4 carpet lifts.|
|Web site||Ski Butternut web site|
The ski area was first opened by the New Haven Railroad as Warner Mountain Ski Area in the 1936-37 ski season. The area was later known as G-Bar-S Ranch.
The mountain currently features 22 trails, ten ski lifts, two terrain parks, a tubing area, and a PSIA-affiliated ski school. In the off-season, the mountain hosts a number of summer concerts and festivals, including the annual Berkshires Arts Festival.
- Ski Butternut Ski Reports, Snow Conditions and Weather - SnoCountry Mountain Reports
- Brief history from Butternut Basin's 2003 Fortieth Anniversary Brochure
- Brief History of Jug End Ski Area, South Egremont, MA, on "New England History" website.
- Ski Butternut - Official site
- G-Bar-S Ranch - New England Lost Ski Areas Project
- Butternut - NewEnglandSkiHistory.com - Ski area and CCC trails history
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