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I went to Whaleback for the first time a few weeks ago, and have been back three weeks in a row. Night skiing for $20 is a great after work activity, and you can grab a quick beer in the lodge after the lift shuts...More
Lousiest snowboard experience in New England by far. Website advertises late season rate, $25 for an adult day ticket. However, when we arrived at the mountain it turned out to be $35 per ticket. Had we known that, we would have gone to a different...More
Whaleback, like other little ski areas, hasn't had an easy time over the last few years. But it's a fun, inexpensive and accessible little place. It has some steeps to challenge and some easier terrain for learners. Little stretch of woods is fun in the...More
This is a local treasure. We live here and ski here. Tourists will probably not like it if they're expecting Killington. It's not Killington. It does not try to be. These are hard working people (volunteers usually) trying to keep their local mountain alive. They...More
I am certainly a bit bias about the Whale having skied here for years and even worked here. But I can tell you that this is a great little mountain with affordable skiing and riding. A perfect place for a child or adult to learn...More
We were a little leary when we first arrived, but was pleasantly surprised once we got off the lift. It is larger than it appears. Very helpful and friendly staff. Considering the lack of snow this year, this mountain has done a great job at...More
I had a discount coupon for $20, turns out I could have skied for $15 on Sunday from 9 a.m. - Noon. It was Super Bowl Sunday and the place was pretty deserted. Maybe 3 dozen cars in the parking lot and this is locals...More