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Venue:Weston Ski Track - Cross Country
Dates:Wednesday, January 6, 2021 - Monday, March 15, 2021
Hours:Hours Vary see below
Ages:Kids, Teens, Adults
In/Outdoor:Indoor
Cost:$$ see below
Category:Ice & Snow Fun
weston ski track cross country skiing  snow shoeing photo**COVID Note: All Skiing & Snowshoeing is by reservation only, read our Covid-19 updates and make a reservation here. Reservations are good for 2 hour windows of track time.

Experience the excitement of winter!

The Weston Ski Track invites you to enjoy the great fun of getting outside in the winter on cross-country skis or snowshoes.

Visitors will enjoy reliably good snow conditions for most of the winter. View the Snow Report

- 15km of natural-snow trails, weather permitting.
- 2.5km of trails in the snowmaking area.
- Snowmaking trails are lit for night skiing. Get a great workout after work!
- Expert grooming with Pisten Bully and snowmobile for both skate and classical skiing.

Ski lessons at Weston Ski Track are rarely cancelled since the machine made snow is so consistent!

About Snowmaking & the ski track course
In order to provide consistently good cross-country skiing conditions regardless of the abundance of natural snow, the Leo J. Martin Ski Track has assembled one of the largest cross-country ski snowmaking systems in New England.

When combined with expert grooming, this snowmaking capability allows for extremely reliable cross-country skiing even in the leanest of snow seasons.

The snowmakers work around the clock as temperatures permit throughout December and January to create a loop about 2.5 kilometers (1.5 miles) in length. The resilient nature of this artificial snow allows that base to last well into March.

Additionally, this man-made loop is lighted to allow night skiing. On a daily basis, our trails are professionally groomed, keeping the snow skiable regardless of rain or warm conditions.

What does this mean for the skier? Under almost any circumstances you can cross-country ski on the course. Whether you want to perfect your technique, get a high-energy workout, or take a lesson, there will be snow to ski on.

So, even though your backyard is green, our teaching area probably has plenty of snow. So come on down and experience the consistently reliable snow at Weston Ski Track. For more information, see our trail conditions updates.

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Monday–Thursday 10am–9pm
Friday 10am–8pm
Weekends/Holidays 10am–8pm


COST↑ top

Senior (62 and over) $11.00 Youth (16 and under) $8.00 Adult $13.00 Pass Holder $0.00

WEBSITE↑ top

paddleboston.com/skitrack/events/wintertrails.php

LOCATION↑ top

200 Park Road, Weston, MA, 02493 map
Phone: (781) 891-6575

A day of outdoor fun with free snowshoe demos from top snowshoe companies, guided tours, food samples, raffles, and music! Pre-registration is not required for snowshoeing events.

This is a perfect opportunity to try out snowshoeing or skiing for the first time or to check out and compare the latest equipment from the leading manufacturers. Experienced snowshoers and skiers will be on hand to get you started and to answer questions. Free snowshoe trail pass, free snowshoe demos, and free guided tours will be available.

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