About Mount Greylock Ski Club
Mount Greylock Ski Club is a member-only ski area, perfect for a long day of skiing or snowboarding in Western Massachusetts. The club, with both short slopes and challenging glades, is ideal for beginners and experts hoping to improve their skills. The ski hill relies on natural snow, meaning the slopes are open variably on weekends and holidays in the wintertime. But, with its position in the higher elevations of the Berkshires, the season can often last between November and late March.
Upon arrival, visitors will find towropes and a rustic ski lodge. The towropes are long and fast, helping visitors quickly ascend the mountains. Meanwhile, wood stoves heat the ski lodge, providing plenty of warmth for breaks during the day.
Yearly memberships are relatively cheap, about the same as a day pass at many other local ski areas. Members are expected to volunteer throughout the season to maintain the trails and run operations.
Visitors will find the Mount Greylock Ski Club at the end of Roaring Brook Road. During winter, this road is one-way. Drivers can travel up the road before 2:30pm and down the road after 2:30pm.