Nashoba Valley Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Westford, MA  US
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Nashoba Valley Terrain

We are a small New England ski area enjoyed by many. We play an active role in teaching and training new skiers and snowboarders. With over 300 qualified instructors, we have taught thousands of people and helped them experience the joy of snow sports. We also have a strong adult racing league, operating 4 nights a week with over 100 racers each night. We host practices for local ski teams and have a Nashoba coaching staff for high-school and feeder programs. We have something for everyone here, from Tubing to beginner skiing to advanced racing!

Nashoba Valley Snowboarding

Tarrain Parks: 2

Nashoba Valley Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 440 Ft / 134 M
Base 200 Ft / 61 M
Vertical 240 Ft / 73 M
Acres 59 Ac / 24 Hc
Annual Snow 55" / 140cm
Snowmaking 100%
Longest Run: 2,600 Ft / 792 M
Toughest Trail Bullrun
20%
47%
33%
0%
Trails: 17
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
Triples: 3
Doubles: 1
Surface: 6
Capacity (per hr): 12000
Season:
From 11/24/2013 to 3/16/2014
Sunday: 8:30am-10p
Monday: 9am-10pm
Tuesday: 9am-10pm
Wednesday: 9am-10pm
Thursday: 9am-10pm
Friday: 9am-10pm
Saturday: 8:30am-10p
Mountain
Summit 440 Ft / 134 M
Base 200 Ft / 61 M
Vertical 240 Ft / 73 M
Acres 59 Ac / 24 Hc
Annual Snow 55" / 140cm
Snowmaking 100%
Longest Run: 2,600 Ft / 792 M
Toughest Trail Bullrun
Terrain
20%
47%
33%
0%
Trails: 17
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
Triples: 3
Doubles: 1
Surface: 6
Capacity (per hr): 12000
Season/Hours
Season:
From 11/24/2013 to 3/16/2014
Sunday: 8:30am-10p
Monday: 9am-10pm
Tuesday: 9am-10pm
Wednesday: 9am-10pm
Thursday: 9am-10pm
Friday: 9am-10pm
Saturday: 8:30am-10p

What's New This Season at Nashoba Valley

We recently upgraded our snow-making system, which will increase the range of conditions for snow-making, produce better (more real) snow, and use less water. This decreases the amount of water and energy used in the snow-making process which decreases our impact on the local environment. It also means that we can make snow earlier in the season, and provide skiers with the highest quality man-made snow possible.

Information last updated 11/08/2013.