Where to go Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding in Maine 2017 – 2018

↟↟↟ December 12th Update ↟↟↟

Sugarloaf & Sunday River 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 recreation slopes with under 1,000 verticals.  Maine has mountains for every level of adventure.

Here is a list of Maine resorts for the 2017-2018 season, including lift and trail information, in order of largest verticals to smallest verticals.

MAINE’S WORLD CLASS RESORTS
(2,000+ verticals)

 


Sugarloaf/USA 

5092 Access Road
Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947
(207) 237-2000

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↟↟↟ NEW for the 2017/2018 Ski Season:  Burnt Mountain Cat Skiing ↟↟↟

Sugarloaf’s second peak, Burnt Mountain, has only been accessible to those who trekked to the top on their own in the past.  Now, adventurous skiers seeking remote wilderness skiing can ride one of two snowcats to the top of Burnt Mountain to gain access to the deep power and rugged, steep terrain of the Androscoggin Glade.  Reach 1,400+ vertical feet and 68 acres of side country powder in 20 minutes at New England’s only cat skiing operation.

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  34      ■  49      ♦  36      ♦♦ 37

Lifts:  3 High-Speed Quads, 2 High-Capacity Quads, 1 Triple, 5 Doubles, 1 T-Bar, 1 Surface Lift
Terrain Park:  3
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  No
Snow Making:  95%
Snow Tubing:  Yes
Vertical Drop:  2820′

Sunday River
15 South Ridge Road
Newry, ME 04261
(800) 543-2754

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  41      ■  48      ♦  24     ♦♦ 22

Lifts:  1 Chondola, 4 High-Speed Quads, 5 Quads, 3 Triples, 1 Double, 1 Surface Lift
Terrain Park:  6
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  96%
Snow Tubing:  Yes
Vertical Drop:  2340′

Saddleback Maine
976 Saddleback Mountain
Rangeley, ME 04970
(207) 864-5671

↟↟↟NOTE:  Saddleback Maine is currently in the process of being sold and is not open.  The new purchasers plan to open the mountain in some capacity for the 2017-2018 snow season, although no date has been set.  The opening date will be posted when available.

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  23      ■  20      ♦  23

Lifts:  2 Quads, 2 Doubles, 1 T-Bar
Terrain Park:  3
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  No
Snow Making:  85%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  2000′

MAINE’S BIG MOUNTAINS
(1,000+ verticals)

 

 

Shawnee Peak
119 Mountain Road
Bridgton, ME 04009
(207) 647-8444

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  7      ■  21      ♦  12     ♦♦ 3

Lifts:  1 Quad, 3 Triples, 2 Surface
Terrain Park:  2
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  98%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  1300′

Black Mountain
39 Glover Road
Rumford, ME 04276
(207) 364-8977

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  7      ■  10      ♦  6     ♦♦ 3   

Lifts:  1 Triple, 1 Double, 1 T-Bar, 2 Handle Tow
Terrain Park:  1
Glades:  Yes, 17 additional trails of various skill levels not listed above located on neighboring privately owned properties that are not marked or swept.
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  90%
Snow Tubing:  Yes
Vertical Drop:  1150′

Mt. Abram
308 Howe Hill Road
Greenwood, ME 04255
(207) 875-5000

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  10      ■  21      ♦  11     ♦♦ 2

Lifts:  2 Doubles, 1 T-Bar, 1 Surface, 1 Carpet
Terrain Park:  3
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  85%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  1150′

 

MAINE’S FAMILY RECREATION AREAS
(under 1,000 verticals)

 

 

Bigrock Mountain
37 Graves Hill Road
Mars Hill, ME 04758
(207) 425-6711

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  4      ■  26      ♦  5     ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  1 Triple, 1 Double, 1 Surface
Terrain Park:  1
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  65%
Snow Tubing:  Yes (new for 2017/2018 season)
Vertical Drop:  980′

Camden Snow Bowl
20 Barnestown Road
Camden, ME 04843
(207) 236-3438

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  6      ■  15      ♦  16     ♦♦ 2

Lifts:  1 Triple, 1 Double, 1 Carpet
Terrain Park:  1
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  80%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  850′

Big Squaw Mountain
447 Ski Resort Road
Big Moose Twp, ME 04442
(207) 695-2400

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map  

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  8      ■  18      ♦  4     ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  1 Triple
Terrain Park:  No
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  No
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  660′

Eaton Mountain 
89 Lambert Road
Skowhegan, ME 04976
(207) 474-2666

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  1      ■  7      ♦  5     ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  2 Ski Tows, 1 Tube Tow
Terrain Park:  Yes
Glades:  No
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  Yes
Snow Tubing:  Yes
Vertical Drop:  622′

Lonesome Pines
PO Box 372
Fort Kent, ME 04743
(207) 834-5202

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  1      ■  10      ♦  5     ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  1 T-Bar, 1 Handle-Tow
Terrain Park:  No
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  60%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  500′

Baker Mountain

Rt. 201
Moscow, ME
(207) 717-0404

Website

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  2      ■  3      ♦  0     ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  1 T-bar
Terrain Park:  No
Glades:  No
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  0%
Snow Tubing:  No, sliding area near bunny slope
Vertical Drop:  460′

Ski Mt. Jefferson
Route 6
Lee, ME 04455
(207) 738-2377

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  3      ■  4      ♦  2     ♦♦ 3

Lifts:  2 T-Bars, 1 Rope Tow
Terrain Park:  No
Glades:  No
Night Skiing:  No
Snow Making:  0%
Snow Tubing:  Yes
Vertical Drop:  432′

Hermon Mountain

441 Newburg Road
Hermon, ME 04401
(207) 848-5192

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map 

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  6      ■  7      ♦  7     ♦♦ 3

Lifts:  1 Double, 1 T-Bar, 1 Handle Tow
Terrain Park:  1
Glades:  No
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  100%
Snow Tubing:  Yes
Vertical Drop:  350′

Titcomb Mountain

180 Ski Slope Road
West Farmington, ME 04992
(207) 778-9031

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

Alpine:

●  4      ■  4      ♦  10     ♦♦ 0

Nordic:

●  9      ■  6      ♦  5       ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  2 T-Bars, 1 Handle Tow
Terrain Park:  Yes
Glades:  Yes
Night Skiing:  Yes, including 3/4 of Nordic trails
Snow Making:  75%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  340′

Spruce Mountain Ski Slope
Ski Slope Road
Jay, ME 04254
(207) 879-4090

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map 

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  3      ■  6      ♦  3     ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  3 Rope Tows
Terrain Park:  Yes
Glades:  No
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  50%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  300′

Lost Valley
200 Lost Valley Road
Auburn, ME 04210
(207) 784-1561

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  9      ■  4      ♦  4     ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  2 Double, 1 Surface
Terrain Park:  Yes
Glades:  No
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  60%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  240′

Quoggy Jo Ski Center
452 Fort Road
Presque Isle, ME 04769
(207) 764-3248

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map    Events

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  2      ■  3      ♦  0     ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  1 T-Bar
Terrain Park:  Yes
Glades:  No
Night Skiing:  No
Snow Making:  0%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  215′

Powderhouse Hill
Agamenticus Road
South Berwick, ME 03908
(207) 384-5858

Website    Snow Report    Trail Map

MOUNTAIN INFORMATION:

●  2      ■  1      ♦  0     ♦♦ 0

Lifts:  1 Rope Tow
Terrain Park:  No
Glades: Yes
Night Skiing:  Yes
Snow Making:  0%
Snow Tubing:  No
Vertical Drop:  150′

Angela Quintal-Snowman
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Angela Quintal-Snowman

Adventurer at Untamed Mainer
Angela enjoys exploring the many beautiful and unique natural places in Maine and sharing her outdoor experiences with others.When not out exploring Maine woods, trails, mountains and waterways Angela can be found plotting and planning her next adventure or buying another backpack.(Because you can never have too many).
Angela Quintal-Snowman
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