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Blandford Ski Area
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Nye Brook Road, Blandford (Massachusetts)

The Blandford Ski Area in Blandford (Massachusetts), USA situated Nye Brook Road. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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Baird Tavern
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2 Old Chester Road, Blandford (Massachusetts)

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Nye Brook Inn Bed and Breakfast
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44 Nye Brook Road, Blandford (Massachusetts)

The Nye Brook Inn Bed and Breakfast in Blandford (Massachusetts), USA situated 44 Nye Brook Road. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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Blandford (Massachusetts):

Blandford is a town in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 1,233 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is the home of the Blandford Ski Area. The town is located near the eastern edge of the Berkshire Hills, above an ancient rift zone where the Connecticut River Valley is downfaulted about one thousand feet (300 m). The town's elevations range from about 400 feet (120 m) along streams approaching the Westfield River (a major tributary of the Connecticut) to hilltops as high as 1700 feet (500 m). Elevations increase to the west with expansive views eastward across the Connecticut River Valley as far as Mount Monadnock in southern New Hampshire. Local relief is as high as 500 feet (150 m) near streams flowing into the Westfield River, but away from these streams the town is characterised by rolling uplands. Abandoned fields and pastures have reverted to forests of beech, birch, maple, hemlock, pine and oak. Land reserved for woodlots and never cleared was repeatedly logged, however logging has fallen off in recent decades so forests are reclaiming some old growth qualities and animal species that have been absent or rare for some 200 years are returning. Blandford has significant water resources in its streams and ponds. The city of Springfield has reserved the upper watershed of the Little River, a tributary of the Westfield as the city's main water supply, Cobble Mountain Reservoir.

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