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Walter Schoenknecht, the visionary behind Mount Snow in Vermont, created Mohawk Mountain in the Southern Berkshires, in Cornwall, CT in 1947. This is the oldest and largest ski area in Connecticut, and dubbed "the home of snowmaking." Mohawk has a summit elevation of 1600 feet, 25 trails spread out over 107 acres of skiable terrain and a 650 foot vertical drop. Mohawk provides night skiing on 12 trails and has snowmaking on 95% of all of their terrain. There is dining at the mountain in the base lodge as well as lodging and dining in the town of Cornwall.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/24/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 03/30/2013
Projected Days Open: 110
Years Open: 66
Average Snowfall: 92"
Pros: Good bunny hill, not overpriced, good snowmaking
Cons: No steeps for experts, no terrain park, low elevation
Pros: Best maintained ski mt in New England.
Pros: Family friendly, great snow-making
Cons: Lack of expert terrain
Pros: Excellent snow making, lessons, trails, scenery
Cons: a trek between the 3 parts of the mountain
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