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Cancelled Ski Areas: Massachusetts


Greylock Glen, Massachusetts
While the number of ski areas in Massachusetts has been in decline for the past few decades, numerous others were proposed during the state's skiing heyday. At least three of these areas were actually partially constructed - Burnt Hill, Greylock Glen, and Hiawatha.
Cancelled Ski Areas - Click for history
NameLocationDecade
Burnt HillHeath, MA1960s
Brockton LandfillBrockton, MA1970s
Dunroamin Country ClubHardwick, MA1960s
Mt. GreylockAdams, MA1960s
Greylock GlenAdams, MA1970s
HiawathaBlackstone, MA 
Mt. HopeColrain, MA 
Mt. TobySunderland, MA1930s
Nobscot HillSudbury, MA1960s
Oak 'n SpruceLee, MA1960s
Saddle Ball Ski AreaNew Ashford, MA1960s
Tyringham CobbleTyringham, MA1930s
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