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Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding in Maine
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       Hit the trails at one of Maine's nineteen downhill ski areas and enjoy the state's unsurpassed big mountain beauty! Maine's numerous mountains provide alpine skiiers and snowboarders with some of the most challenging trails and best snow conditions in the northeastern U.S. Terrains vary from easy, gentle beginner trails to intermediate and very steep advanced slopes. Trails are long and well groomed, yet lift lines are usually shorter than those of Vermont and New Hampshire, giving skiiers more runs per day and more value for the dollar. Maine averages about 200 inches of snowfall annually, and most ski areas and resorts are well equipped with the latest snow-making equipment, providing the very best conditions possible based on weather and temperature. Maine's ski season usually runs from late November to mid April, weather permitting. Click on the below links for detailed descriptions of regional ski areas and resorts, trail and snow reports and recommended related links. For a map of Maine (PDF file) click here.
4Aroostook County Region of Maine

Fort Kent: Lonesome Pine Trails
Mars Hill: Bigrock Ski Area
Presque Isle: Quoggy Jo Community Alpine Area

4Down East & Acadia Regions of Maine

No Listings

4Maine Highlands & Moosehead Lake Regions of Maine

Greenville: Big Squaw Mountain Resort
Hermon: New Hermon Mountain
Lee: Mt. Jefferson

4Kennebec & Moose River Valleys Region of Maine

Bingham: Baker Mountain Ski Area
Skowhegan: Eaton Mountain Ski Area

4Mid Coast Region of Maine

Camden: Camden Snow Bowl

4Greater Portland & Casco Bay Regions of Maine

No Listings

4South Coast Region of Maine

No Listings

4Western Mountains & Lakes Region of Maine

Auburn: Lost Valley Ski Area
Bethel: Sunday River Ski Resort
Bridgton: Shawnee Peak
Carrabassett Valley: Sugarloaf/USA
Greenwood: Mt. Abram
Oxford: Mountain View Sports Park
Rangeley: Saddleback Ski Resort
Rumford: Black Mountain of Maine
West Farmington: Titcomb Mountain
Windham: Seacoast Snow Park

4Related Links: Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding in Maine
Ski Maine Association: Daily Ski & Weather Conditions, Events
Maine Handicapped Skiing: Programs for the Handicapped Ski Reports: Latest Snow & Trail Conditions
On The Ski Reports: Latest Snow & Trail Conditions

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