Blue Hills Ski Area
Blue Hills is a small area just south of Boston. It is an inexpensive and close alternative for families with children, and for those living in Boston on on the South Shore who need a skiing fix between trips North to the larger areas.
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New and Improved
In keeping with a commitment to excellence, winter sport enthusiasts will find the following improvements at 'Big Blue':
- A new state-of-the-art snowmaking system
- Two new lifts
- New grooming equipment
- Upgraded night lighting system
- All new contemporary skis and snowboards for the rental shop
- Liquid lift tickets. Now passes are valid from the time you purchase them and good for 4 or 8 hours
- Updated Skiwee facilities
- New Ski 93 Season pass good M-F 9-3
- New Snow Puppies program for 2 1/2 to 4 year olds
- Lodge improvements
There are more than 40 ski areas within driving distance of the Greater Boston area. Find out more great places to ski near Boston in our guide to New England skiing.
Cross country skiing is another great way to get outdoors, into the wilderness, and explore trails covered with snow. Visit our guide to Cross-Country skiing near Boston to find some terrific Nordic ski centers near you.
Mon - Fri.: 9:00am - 10:00pm
Sat/Sun: 8:30am - 10:00pm
4001 Washington Street, Canton, MA, 02021 map
Phone: (781) 828-5070
Take I-93 South to exit 2B. Merge onto Washington Street (Rt. 138). Blue Hills is approximately 1 mile on the right.
From the Cape
Take Rout 3 north to Braintree. Take Exit 20 on the left and Merge onto I-93 south. Take exit 2B Merge onto Washington Street (Rt. 138). Blue Hills is approximately 1 mile on the right.
Take I95 North to Rte. 128 South (follow signs to Boston). Take exit 2B. Merge onto Washington Street (Rt. 138). Blue Hills is approximately 1 mile on the right.
Great for close-by skiingPros: Close. Really long bunny slope. convenient parking Inexpensive Convenient after-school hours tickets run 2-6pm Cons: Only one lift and it is 2-person, so hard to go with 2 kids if you are alone The only green slope takes you to a place that is far from the chair-lift and you have to walk back to the chair lift from there. But, the blue slopes are relatively easy.
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