ME Skiing

Big Squaw Mountain Ski Resort, Greenville, ME

At a Glance Trails: 9 Beginner: 4 Intermediate: 5 Lifts: 1 Vertical Drop: 1,750 feet Snowmaking: No – Planned for winter 2013/2014 Night skiing: No – Planned for winter 2013/2014 Website: Big Squaw Mountain Hours of operation: To Be Announced Description First opened in 1963, Big Squaw Mountain has also been known as Moose Mountain or Big Moose Mountain. The ... Read More »

Baker Mountain – Moscow, ME

At a Glance Trails: 5 Beginner: 60% Intermediate: 40% Lifts: 1 Snowmaking: No Night skiing: Yes Website: Baker Mountain Hours of operation: Friday: 5 to 9 PM Saturday: 10 AM to 4 PM and 5 to 9 PM Sunday: 10 AM to 4 PM Description Baker Mountain was founded by the operator of a veneer mill in Bingham, ME in ... Read More »

Powderhouse Hill – South Berwick, Maine

At a Glance Trails: 1 Lifts: 1 (rope tow) Vertical Drop: 150 feet Snowmaking: No Night Skiing: Yes Website: Powderhouse Hill Hours of operation: Wednesday: 7 PM to 9 PM Friday: 7 PM to 9 PM Saturday: 12 PM to 4 PM Sunday: 12 PM to 4 PM Description Owned by the Town of South Berwick, Maine, Powderhouse Hill was ... Read More »

Eaton Mountain Ski Area, Skowhegan, Maine

Currently only open for snowtubing. At a Glance Trails: 18, 1 terrain park Lifts: 2 Vertical Drop: 525 feet Snowmaking: 100% Night Skiing: Yes (Fridays) Website: Eaton Mountain Ski Area Description Eaton Mountain is a Maine ski resort known for its night skiing and family atmosphere. The resort is open for the 2011-2012 ski season as a snow tubing park ... Read More »

Spruce Mountain Ski Slope, Jay, Maine

At a Glance Trails: 11 Beginner: 27% Intermediate: 46% Advanced: 27% Lifts: 3 Vertical Drop: 300 feet Snowmaking: 50% Night Skiing: Yes Website: Spruce Mountain Ski Slope Description Since 1960 Spruce Mountain has been a Maine gem. The mountain operates using three rope tows. Many visitors enjoy experiencing this nostalgic type of lift. Spruce Mountain is run by locals, many ... Read More »

Mt. Jefferson Ski Area, Lee, Maine

At a Glance Trails: 15 Lifts: 3 Vertical Drop: 432 feet Snowmaking: No Night Skiing: Yes Website: Mt. Jefferson Ski Area Hours of operation: Saturday & Sunday: 9 AM to 4 PM School Vacation Days & Holidays: 9 AM to 4 PM Description Located off of Route 6 in the pleasant town of Lee, Maine is Mt. Jefferson a family ... Read More »

Camden Snow Bowl, Camden, ME

At a Glance Trails: 15 and 1 terrain park Lifts: 4 Vertical Drop: 850 feet Snowmaking: 45% Night Skiing: Yes Website: Camden Snow Bowl Hours of Operation: Wednesday – Friday: 10 AM to 8 PM Weekends: 9 AM to 4 PM Description The Camden Snow Bowl is a year round recreation area known for skiing, mountain biking, snow tubing, tennis ... Read More »

Lonesome Pine Trails Ski Area, Fort Kent, Maine

At a Glance Trails: 13 and 1 terrain parks Lifts: 2 Vertical Drop: 500 feet Snowmaking: 50% Night Skiing: Yes Website: Lonesome Pine Trails Ski Area Hours of Operation Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: Closed Friday: 3 PM to 9 PM Saturday: 9AM to 4 PM Sunday: 10 AM to 4 PM Description Lonesome Pine Trails is a ski area in Maine ... Read More »

Titcomb Mountain Ski Area, West Farmington, Maine

At a Glance Trails: 16 and 1 terrain park Lifts: 2 Vertical Drop: 350 feet Snowmaking: 70% Night Skiing: Yes Website: Titcomb Mountain Ski Area Hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 3 PM to 6 PM Wednesday: 3-8 PM Friday: Closed Saturday: 9am to 4 PM Sunday: 9 a.m. to 4 PM Description Titcomb Mountain is a skiing and recreation ... Read More »

Lost Valley Ski Area, Auburn, Maine

Picture of the Slopes at Lost Valley Ski Area in Maine

At a Glance Trails: 15 trails and 1 terrain park Lifts: 3 Vertical Drop: 350 feet Snowmaking: 100% Night Skiing: Yes Website: Lost Valley Ski Area Description Lost Valley has 15 trails aimed to please skiers of all skill levels. Lost Valley was the first ski resort in Maine to produce artificial snow. The ski season begins in December and ... Read More »