Blue Hills Ski Area

Visit the highest land on the Atlantic Coast from Boston to the Florida Keys this winter! Speed down a 300+ foot vertical drop at Blue Hills Ski Area. Visit the Revolutionary War-era observatory to learn a bit about the area. Take a group lesson to get everyone up to speed on the finer points of skiing! The snow is always fresh and groomed, so never fear if you’re not seeing snow elsewhere! The cafeteria offers warm food, including pizza, burgers, sandwiches and more.

contact info

Hrs: Mon.-Wed. 1PM-9PM, Thu., Fri. 10AM-9PM, Sat., Sun. 8AM-8PM.

Skiing Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

5000 years ago, skiing was a mode of transportation for people living in snow covered areas. Skiing was even used during wartime to aid in the movement of soldiers. Today, however, skiing is widely popular as a recreational and professional sport, with numerous variations including downhill alpine, aerial skiing, the ski jump, slalom, and cross country. Skiers constantly challenge themselves to set new records in height and speed. Most notably in recent history was the record set by Harry Egger in 1999, with a skiing speed of 154 miles per hour!

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Blue Hills Ski Area

Visit the highest land on the Atlantic Coast from Boston to the Florida Keys this winter! Speed down a 300+ foot vertical drop at Blue Hills Ski Area. Visit the Revolutionary War-era observatory to learn a bit about the area. Take a group lesson to get everyone up to speed on the finer points of skiing! The snow is always fresh and groomed, so never fear if you’re not seeing snow elsewhere! The cafeteria offers warm food, including pizza, burgers, sandwiches and more.

contact info

Hrs: Mon.-Wed. 1PM-9PM, Thu., Fri. 10AM-9PM, Sat., Sun. 8AM-8PM.

Skiing Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

5000 years ago, skiing was a mode of transportation for people living in snow covered areas. Skiing was even used during wartime to aid in the movement of soldiers. Today, however, skiing is widely popular as a recreational and professional sport, with numerous variations including downhill alpine, aerial skiing, the ski jump, slalom, and cross country. Skiers constantly challenge themselves to set new records in height and speed. Most notably in recent history was the record set by Harry Egger in 1999, with a skiing speed of 154 miles per hour!

View Lesson Plan>>

Blue Hills Ski Area

Visit the highest land on the Atlantic Coast from Boston to the Florida Keys this winter! Speed down a 300+ foot vertical drop at Blue Hills Ski Area. Visit the Revolutionary War-era observatory to learn a bit about the area. Take a group lesson to get everyone up to speed on the finer points of skiing! The snow is always fresh and groomed, so never fear if you’re not seeing snow elsewhere! The cafeteria offers warm food, including pizza, burgers, sandwiches and more.

contact info

Hrs: Mon.-Wed. 1PM-9PM, Thu., Fri. 10AM-9PM, Sat., Sun. 8AM-8PM.

Skiing Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

5000 years ago, skiing was a mode of transportation for people living in snow covered areas. Skiing was even used during wartime to aid in the movement of soldiers. Today, however, skiing is widely popular as a recreational and professional sport, with numerous variations including downhill alpine, aerial skiing, the ski jump, slalom, and cross country. Skiers constantly challenge themselves to set new records in height and speed. Most notably in recent history was the record set by Harry Egger in 1999, with a skiing speed of 154 miles per hour!

View Lesson Plan>>

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