Nashoba Valley Improves Snowmaking, Adds New Beginner Slope and Magic Carpet
Eastern Massachusetts' Nashoba Valley Ski Area has invested in improvements for novices and experts.
Friday, September 5, 2014, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
Fresh off its 50th anniversary, Nashoba Valley Ski Area has made improvements for both novice and expert skiers for the 2014-15 season.
A new Magic Carpet served novice slope has been added between the Peacepipe and Nashoba slopes. The name of the new slope, Tahu, is derived from Native American legend that Nashoba Hill made a thunder-like noise.
In addition to the new slope, snowmaking has been expanded by 25% on advanced terrain offerings, including the acquisition of new fan guns. The Warrior Slope has also been widened, and more lighting has been added.
A small, family owned area located in Westford, Nashoba Valley Ski Area has grown to become one of the most popular ski areas in Massachusetts.