Backcountry skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and other types of exploration are growing in popularity. The solitude, breathtaking views and chance to make first tracks in the snow are prime reasons for adventure-seekers to head to remote mountain locations in the winter. Those new to backcountry sports and exploration may not be aware of the dangers ofContinue Reading Backcountry Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowshoeing, Exploring, and Safety
↟↟↟ December 18th Update ↟↟↟ Sugarloaf, Sunday River & Lost Valley are open! Hit the Slopes! Visiting Maine’s slopes in the winter offers a challenge, adventure, family fun and lively entertainment throughout the colder months. Maine is home to 19 ski areas including world-class resorts with 2,000+ verticals, big mountain areas with 1,000+ verticals, and family recreationContinue Reading Where to go Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding in Maine 2017 – 2018
Hit the Slopes!
Skiing in Maine offers challenge, adventure, family fun and lively entertainment throughout the colder months. Maine is home to 19 ski areas, from world class resorts to big mountain areas to family recreation slopes, Maine has mountains for every level of adventure.
Here is a list of Maine ski resorts for the 2016-2017 season, including lift and trail information:
Maine’s World Class Ski Resorts
5092 Access Road
Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947
● 34 ■ 49 ♦ 63
Lifts: 2 High Speed Quads, 3 Quads, 1 Triple, 6 Doubles, 1 T-Bar, 2 Surface Lifts
Terrain Park: 3
Night Skiing: No
Snow Making: 95%
Snow Tubing: Yes
Vertical Drop: 2820′