Bringing The Finest Cross Country Skiing

To Eastern Massachusetts

Great Brook Ski Touring Center

Rentals & Rental Rates

The huge inventory of ski equipment for rent at Great Brook includes skis, boots, and poles for all ages and sizes. The waxless touring skis can suit toddlers and all adults, and skating skis are also available. A fleet of comfortable Rossignol boots (NNN) ranges in size from children’s 9.5 (European 27) to men’s 14 (European 50).

Please note that the building’s occupancy is limited so expect to wait outside before renting equipment on busy days.

Full Package (skis, boots, poles) $23
ages 14 & under $15
skis only (requires NNN boots) $15
boots only (requires NNN bindings) $15
poles only $5
Pulk Sled (2-hr. period, reservations encouraged) $23
Snowshoes (not for use on ski trails!) $23

Other Equipment for Rent Includes:

Pulk Sled: Children too small to ski can be pulled by parents in this special sled. Protected from the elements and buckled with a 3-point safety harness, kids can safely sit (and sleep!) while you ski.

Snowshoes: For those not interested in skiing, Great Brook offers snowshoes to explore the park’s many ungroomed areas. (Please note that snowshoeing is not permitted on the machine-groomed ski trails.)

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Ski Conditions

Later Tuesday, 3/14: Unfortunately we will not be able to groom this snow due to the warm and wet conditions. With about 1.5" of rain having fallen before the snow, the ground is very wet and flooded at numerous point so grooming the snow is not possible. And snow depths in the woods are minimal in many locations. While Great Brook certainly has snow to enjoy for those who have their own skis, we will not be able to be open for business.But hopefully another time soon! ... See MoreSee Less
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Tuesday, 3/14: Hoping to have the trails groomed tomorrow after a delayed opening time but please check back then for an update on conditions. This is a challenging situation with lots of rain having created puddles, wet snow clinging to tree canopies causing thin snow cover below, wind breaking trees and limbs, and unfrozen ground allowing melting from below.More updates to come! ... See MoreSee Less
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