Lift & Trail Status

Lift & Trail Status

Catamount offers the most diverse trail network in the Berkshires! From super-gentle to super-steep, Catamount offers terrain that’s just plain unmatched, 42 trails and park areas in all. A family-friendly, year-round resort, Catamount straddles the New York/Massachusetts border.

Lifts

  • Open
  • Closed
  • Scheduled
  • On Hold
Status
Catamount Chair
Closed
Glade Chair
Closed
Meadows Triple
Closed
Promenade Triple
Closed
Ridge Quad
Closed
Kids Cat Carpet Lift
Closed
Learning Area Carpet Lift (4)
Closed
Learning Area Carpet Lift (7)
Closed

Trails

StatusCondition
Beginner
Ali's Alley
Closed
Beginner
Birch Cathedral
Closed
Beginner
Cat's Meow
Closed
Beginner
Colonel's Caper
Closed
Beginner
Echo's Run
Closed
Beginner
Esplanade
Closed
Beginner
Holiday
Closed
Beginner
Kelli's Run
Closed
Beginner
Kid Cats
Closed
Beginner
Lauren's Run
Closed
Beginner
Lower Promenade
Closed
Beginner
Ridge Run
Closed
Beginner
Ridge Run Extension
Closed
Beginner
Snow Sports Learning Area
Closed
Beginner
Spencer's Way
Closed
Beginner
Upper Promenade
Closed
Intermediate
Upper Alley Cat
Closed
Intermediate
Birch Glade
Closed
Intermediate
Catamount
Closed
Intermediate
Chute
Closed
Intermediate
Fisher's Fluke
Closed
Intermediate
Lower Sidewinder
Closed
Intermediate
Mountain View
Closed
Intermediate
On Stage
Closed
Intermediate
Race Slope
Closed
Intermediate
Shawenon
Closed
Intermediate
Turnpike
Closed
Intermediate
Upper Sidewinder
Closed
Intermediate
Upper Turnpike
Closed
Intermediate
Walter's Way
Closed
Expert
Expressway
Closed
Expert
Lower Alley Cat
Closed
Expert
Lower Glade
Closed
Expert
Marty's Run
Closed
Expert
Off Stage
Closed
Expert
Upper Glade
Closed
Extreme
Catapult
Closed
Extreme
Christopher's Leap
Closed
Extreme
Lynx
Closed
Extreme
Ripper
Closed

Terrain Parks

StatusCondition
Bobcat
Closed
Panther Park
Closed
Sunrise
Closed

Current Conditions

Updated:

°F

Temperature

mph

Wind Speed

Wind Direction

Conditions

Snow Conditions

Lifts Open
0/8
Trails Open
0/39
New Snow Last 24 hours
0"
Minimum Base Depth
14"
Maximum Base Depth
32"
Acreage Open
0

Notes

As December approaches, our Mountain Operations staff is working hard to finish many projects on the mountain. Snowmaking weather will return the week of 12/7 as evening temperatures are forecast to drop to the mid 20's. There will be many operational changes at Catamount this winter that comply with our State's Covid19 ski resort guidelines for MA and NY. A summary will be prepared this month. It is most important to know that the health and safety of our guests and staff is paramount. If you or a family member feels sick please stay at home until you are healthy. Be prepared to wear face coverings at all times at Catamount . Practice social distancing at least 6' apart from others and wash and sanitize your hands frequently. Purchase lift tickets and rental equipment in advance on-line! Follow our rules and be the reason we have our season.

This season will certainly be different so be sure to have a plan before you visit us this winter. If you are not a season passholder we urge everyone to purchase lift tickets, snowsports lessons and ski/snowboard rentals in advance for assurance that there is space for you on the day you plan to visit. Purchasing these items in advance will save money too. There will be limited access to indoor areas due to occupancy reduction. We strongly request that your time indoors be limited to 30 minutes or less so others can have the same opportunity. Please be considerate and cognizant with respect to your indoor time. Use your car as your lodge if at all possible. Bags will not be allowed in the lodges so you should plan to boot up at your car. Non-skiers will not be permitted to lounge in the lodges. Only those that are purchasing food will be permitted in the lodges. Speaking of food service, the operations will be different. Our food service staff has another set of rules to follow. There will not be grab and go this year. It will be more like give and go. Ask us what you want and we will serve you. Whether it is a coffee, hot chocolate, beverage, or food item, we will hand it to you. There will not be trays available in the lodge this season. We may be filling a bag for you instead. Bring your own tissues too. Napkin dispensers and condiments will not be self-serve this season. Being outside can be very enjoyable. We will emphasize our new outdoor BBQ. There will be more picnic tables and daily cabana rentals with heaters too.

On the mountain please be patient in the lift mazes where face coverings are mandatory. Lines will generally be longer this winter because seating on chairlifts will not always be filled to capacity. You can ride with those you traveled with and be sure to maintain 6' distancing in the lift lines. Riding with skiers you don't know has other seating restrictions that will be posted at the lifts. In any event, face coverings are mandatory while riding lifts.

Fresh air, views, carving turns and being with family and friends may be even better this season. Stay healthy and come have fun at Catamount this winter!



We are working hard on our plan and if you have a good plan, your visit to Catamount can be just as much fun as it has always been.

Newsletter Sign Up