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February 25, 2018
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Maple Corner Farm
Cross Country Ski
and Snowshoe Center

skiers at maple corner farm

794 Beech Hill Road
Granville, MA 01034

map | overhead view (Google)

General Information: 413-357-8829
Snow Conditions: 413-357-6697
[email protected]

Just over the line south of Blandford

Cross Country skiers

Come and Enjoy Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing.

The Center is in the Berkshires above Cobble Mt. Reservoir and is family operated. Our 1400foot elevation is an advantage as the temperature is usually
5-10 degrees cooler than the valley and we can have snow here while the
valley may have rain.

Hours:      9am-5pm Weekends and Holidays
10am- 5pm Weekdays

Please call or visit our web site for the latest conditions
413-357-8828 OR www.maplecornerfarm.com

Maple Corner Farm Cross Country Ski and Snowshoe Center

Explore our 20km of marked cross country ski trails groomed for classic skiing and skate skiing and 10km of separate snowshoe trails over varied terrain. The ski and snowshoe trails will lead you through gently rolling pastures and large meadows, along mountains streams and beaver ponds, through the current sugar bush, which includes old sugaring sites of years gone by, and into the hemlock forest beyond.

There is a large beginners� area behind the ski lodge and ski lessons are at 11:00am, 2:00pm and by appointment.

The Center offers a snack bar and an open fireplace to warm up and relax by after a day�s skiing.

Snack Bar offers soup, chowder, chili, sandwiches, hotdogs, and hot and cold drinks.

We have a large inventory of Rentals for cross country ski equipment and snowshoes for children thru adults.

Used cross country ski equipment for sale and repairs available.

Gift Certificates and Season Passes available

Full Moon Nights for skiing and snowshoeing.

Maple Sugaring
As winter begins to turn to spring, we start tapping our maple trees. Visitors are welcome to tour the sugar house and watch the sap boil. On weekends from mid-February to mid-April, Pancakes, French toast, ham, sausage, bacon, eggs and hot and cold drinks are served from 8:00am to 2:00pm Saturdays and Sundays. Maple Syrup, maple candy, maple cream, and homemade jam, jelly, and fruit butters are available for sale year round. It is best to call before coming.

For more information visit our web site.