The Ski Resorts of Maine

While there are 17 alpine skiing areas in Maine, the majority are small and only Sugarloaf, Sunday River and Saddleback have sufficient lifts and ski area to warrant an extended stay.

The thing about skiing in Maine is that all the resorts, with the exception of Bigrock perhaps, are within a reasonably compact area and are easily reached for a day visit if you're staying at one of the major resorts.

Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf is Maine's largest ski resort and has the only above-tree-line skiing in the east. With a snowmaking system covering 92 percent of the skiable area the resort is able to ensure sufficient high-quality snow on a consistent basis.

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Other Resorts

Baker Mountain

Bigrock Ski Area

Black Mountain Of Maine

Camden Snow Bowl

Hermon Mountain

Lonesome Pine Trails

Lost Valley

Mt. Abram

Mt. Jefferson

Powderhouse Hill Ski Area

Quoggy Jo

Saddleback

Shawnee Peak

Spruce Mountain

Sunday River

Titcomb Mountain

Ski Resorts & Regions

  • Sugarloaf

    Sugarloaf is Maine’s largest ski resort. it has the only above-tree-line skiing in the east, and although it is four hours from the nearest major airport, most agree that it is worth the trip.