Maine Ski Resorts

Maine is a top ski destination in the east. Sugarloaf is the second highest peak in Maine and is the largest ski and snowboard area east of the Rockies. Boston and Montreal are each about four hours from the resort. Sunday River located in Newry has runs spread out across eight connected mountain peaks. Camden Snow Bowl is a town owned ski area located on the coast overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
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1150 ft vertical, 20 trails, 4 lifts
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 24
The small, family friendly ski area close to Rumford, Maine offers alpine skiing and is famous for it's nordic facility. For those who don't ski or snowboard, The Edge Tubing Park provides yet another option to have winter fun.
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850 ft vertical, 23 trails, 3 lifts
CLOSED - for snowsports
The Snow Bowl is a town-owned ski area in Maine overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. You can also access trails to cross country ski. Mainers are very familiar with the toboggan chute at Camden Snow Bowl, where the annual U. S. Toboggan Championships draw huge crowds every February.
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620 ft vertical, 17 trails, 2 lifts, 130 skiable acres
Family fun ski area located near Skowhegan, Maine. Eaton boasts a full range of terrain in the classic New England style. In 2010 they opened a snow tubing park. Eaton's aim is to provide a close-to-home alternative to the higher priced large areas.
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240 ft vertical, 16 trails, 2 lifts, 45 skiable acres
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 24
Auburn, Maine's family ski area. chair lifts and a T-bar service 15 trails.
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1150 ft vertical, 51 trails, 5 lifts
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 23
Maine's affordable 'Big Mountain' family resort. Located five miles south of Bethel, Maine Village, Mt. Abram offers a full range of amenities. An added bonus to the existing trails ski glades, tree lines and powder stashes that humble some of the most experienced skiers and riders. At the end of the day warm up by the fire in the Westside Lodge or après ski at the Loose Boots lounge.
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256 ft vertical, 20 trails, 2 lifts, 60 skiable acres
This is a small Maine family owned and operated ski area located in Hermon Maine, about 10 minutes outside of Bangor. They offer a variety of terrain for beginners, intermediate and expert ski and snowboarders. There is also a tubing park with its own lift.
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175 ft vertical, 3 trails, 1 lifts
CLOSED - open soon
This ski area in Maine is open to the public but owned by the Town of South Berwick. The hill has 3 trails and 175-feet of vertical elevation. There is a small lodge at the base with a snack bar and wood stove. The volunteer members of Powderhouse Ski Club are proud to continue the tradition of providing affordable outdoor recreation opportunities for the youth and citizens of the area.
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2000 ft vertical, 66 trails, 5 lifts, 220 skiable acres
CLOSED - open soon
Saddleback, located in the Rangeley Lakes region of western Maine, has the highest base elevation of any ski resort in New England. Experience Casablanca with 44 acres of inbound ungroomed tree skiing with chutes, steeps and tight lines.
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1300 ft vertical, 40 trails, 5 lifts, 249 skiable acres
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 24
Day and night skiing near Bridgton, Maine. Located just 45 minutes from the city of Portland, 20 minutes from North Conway, and two and a half hours from Boston on Route 302, Shawnee Peak offers great family skiing. You’ll also find four gladed areas for all skill levels.
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350 ft vertical, 16 trails, 3 lifts, 45 skiable acres
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 25
Famington ski club ski area located in West Farmington, Maine. A 750-foot slope features 16 alpine trails for all skill levels, from beginner to expert, including a terrain park for skiers and riders. There are also 16km of cross-country trails groomed for both classic and skate skiing.
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800 ft vertical, 17 trails, 1 lifts
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 24
Big Squaw Mountain is located deep in the woods of Maine's Piscataquis County on the shores of the great Moosehead Lake, Greenville, Maine.
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980 ft vertical, 35 trails, 3 lifts
Bigrock Mountain offers the highest vertical of any ski area in northern Maine. The ski area also has cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails plus a snow-tube park. The lodge has expanded helping Bigrock to become a family friendly facility for the feel of big mountain skiing with a small town atmosphere. The resort is located in Mars Hill, Maine.
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1150 ft
20
4
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CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 24
Closed*
100%
850 ft
23
3
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CLOSED - for snowsports
Closed
620 ft
17
2
130
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240 ft
16
2
45
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 24
Closed*
94%
1150 ft
51
5
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CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 23
Closed*
96%
256 ft
20
2
60
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175 ft
3
1
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CLOSED - open soon
Closed
2000 ft
66
5
220
CLOSED - open soon
Closed
1300 ft
40
5
249
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 24
Closed*
81%
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0
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350 ft
16
3
45
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 25
Closed*
800 ft
17
1
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CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Mar 24
Closed*
100%
980 ft
35
3
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