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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-11-2010, 02:57 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for resorts near Lee, MA

So I've been doing my research and found some good resorts in MA but i was woundering if anyone knows any resorts in NY that are close to Lee, because its right next to the boarder?? Thanks
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not sure how "near" you need to be, but Hunter is to the South and Gore is to the north. Mt. Snow is about an hour and half from there, too.

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There's a bunch of small-midsize places within 1/2 hour or so. Butternut, Catamount, or Jiminy Peak are probably your best options. Or you can be in Vermont in about an hour...
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We wound up going to Butternut and Jiminy i enjoyed both. Jiminy was huge resort and it was fun to explore but i loved Butternut it reminded me of the first Mt i ever boarded on. Small park that turned out to be so cool with a bunch of interesting features. Burned all weekend and had blue bird skies oneof the best trips I have ever been on.
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