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Canterbury Farm

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Susan N wrote a review Feb 2019
Easthampton, Massachusetts29 contributions1 helpful vote
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What a fantastic experience! We planned a little getaway and I really wanted to be outdoors. The innkeepers at Devonfield Inn recommended Canterbury Farms and I’m so glad they did. Fresh snow had just fallen making it idyllic. Trails were well marked. So pretty I couldn’t stop taking pictures! One of the owners, Dave gave us some good tips since we hadn’t snowshoed before. Kurt helped us with the rental equipment, he was kind and friendly. We can’t wait to go back.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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KTBNY wrote a review Feb 2015
New York464 contributions118 helpful votes
This is an awesome place to ski. Out of 3 places we tried in the area, this was the best. There are well-marked trails for all levels. On one of the best weather days of the winter, Canterbury Farm was not crowded at all. A day pass costs $15.00. There is an ice skating rink and snowshoeing too. The small café is open to day and overnight visitors. It offers a small menu and beverages. You might also get a visit from the resident cat, Buddy. Canterbury Farm is a must-ski location if you're in the area.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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Elizabeth L wrote a review Feb 2014
Brooklyn, New York21 contributions8 helpful votes
We had a great day at Canterbury Farms. We started our visit with rentals and a lesson - it was our first time on skis and the instructor was really helpful and positive! After the lesson, we were able to spend the rest of the afternoon out on the beautiful trails. The trails were in great shape and meander through beautiful evergreen woods, ponds, etc. We mostly stuck to flatter trails, but there are more challenging, hilly trails too. We'd love to return after more practice and try those! Definitely recommend visiting the cafe after you ski too! Canterbury Farms feels like your quintessential b&b: cozy, charming, and scenic with a friendly and welcoming staff! Can't recommend it enough!
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Date of experience: February 2014
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Howard S wrote a review Jan 2014
Albany, New York610 contributions154 helpful votes
Went cross country skiing there today as according to their web site posting indicated they had the most snow in the area. I got there and was presently surprised as it was very skiable; we have had minimal snow lately. Located in the Bershires and is very scenic, nice trails, and hospitable hosts. They also have a cafe where you can get sometime to eat and drink. In addition, they are easy to get to, as they are not that far from the Mass. Pike, exit 2.
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Date of experience: January 2014
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