Celebrate The Shortest Day of Winter at Wachusett Mountain!

Celebrate the Shortest Day of the Year at Wachusett Mountain!Did you know that Wednesday, December 21 is the shortest day of the year?  It might be short on daylight hours, but it’s filled with fun at Wachusett Mountain!  With many activities, discounts and food specials, you’ll want to celebrate the first day of Winter at Wachusett Mountain in Boston, MA!

This year, Wachusett Mountain is also showing a feature presentation of the Ski Channel Film Tour’s newest movie called WinterWinter focuses on mountain sport athletes who “push the boundaries of their craft to sometimes unthinkable limits and dire consequences.”  It’s a who’s who of mountain sports athletes and a great film that you won’t want to miss!  The film will be shown at 7:00pm and the tickets to watch this X-treme movie are only $5!

Movies aren’t the only thing happening on this December 21 celebration!  The WachusettEnjoy the Shortest Day of the Year at Wachusett Mountain! Mountain team has put together a ton of SHORT incentives to celebrate the shortest day of the year.  Some of the incentives include:  kids ski free, ½ price lift tickets if you ski or ride in shorts and a FREE 4 gate dual NASTAR Course race!  The Learning Center is also offering, free 10 minute clinics with an instruction at 10am, 12pm and 5pm.  Finally, enjoy a short concert in the Coppertop from 406pm while you enjoy a short ribs special in the Black Diamond restaurant!

For more information about Wachusett Mountain make sure to visit our Ettractions.com profile page for the inside tips, tricks and nearby locations.  Looking for more fun things to do in Massachusetts?  Ettractions.com has its own Massachusetts page that can help you plan the perfect getaway, or day of fun.  Make sure to check it out before you plan your trip!

 

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