Mill Town Capital invests in historic Pittsfield ski area Upgrades at Bousquet range from a new triple chairlift to new trail maps, which feature dedicated uphill paths for skinning. Photo by Mike Walsh By Mike WalshPITTSFIELD, Mass. It’s a small sign, just two words in black on a white backdrop. Yet, the three of us… Continue reading Big things are happening at Bousquet
Berkshire native and two-time Olympian returns to Bousquet roots Editor’s note: Michael Walsh recently connected with two-time Olympian and Berkshire native Krista Schmidinger over email. Bousquet recently announced a partnership with Schmidinger, an Alpine skier who competed in the Winter Olympics in 1992 and 1994. As part of the partnership, she will contribute to Bousquet’s… Continue reading Q&A with Krista Schmidinger
Locally sourced apples fuel the Berkshire Cider Project The Berkshire Cider Project is currently offering three hard ciders: its flagship dry cider, Orchard Blend 2019; a rosé; and a special limited release cider made with apples from Hancock Shaker Village’s historic orchard . Photos provided by Berkshire Cider Project By Mike Walsh NORTH ADAMS, Mass.… Continue reading Hard cider bursting with Berkshire flavor
Women golfers ‘make their mark’ on the course 2020, the “Year of the Woman,” celebrates the centennial anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. With this in mind, we thought it would be fitting to celebrate the women golfers of the Berkshires and Southern Vermont. We sought… Continue reading Women on the Greens
Ski Bum Rum’s Ryan Max Riley once skied the slopes as part of the U.S. Ski Team Distiller Ryan Max Riley runs Ski Bum Rum Distillery in North Adams, which is located at Greylock Works. Berkshire Eagle File Photo By Mike WalshNORTH ADAMS, Mass. The pretty butterfly with dirty blond hair has no idea how… Continue reading How a world-class athlete became a master distiller
Not for the novice downhillers out there, tackling the backcountry takes a different level of winter sportsman. But skiing sans Liftopia is something attainable for all.