Top 6 Maine Ski Resorts Map and Mountain Statistics
Maine is the most northern and most eastern of the New England states offering some of the most stunning landscape on the east coast. From rocky coastlines, rolling mountains and pine-filled forested interior, Maine is a nature lovers paradise. Aside from stunning scenery, Maine is also famous for its seafood, particularly lobster and clams as well as wild blueberries. There are plenty of outdoor activities to keep you entertained during your Maine vacation including skiing, boarding, snowmobiling, tubing and cross-country skiing. Given its geographical location, the state receives plenty of snowfall, averaging 200 inches annually.
The majority of the top Maine ski resorts are found in the Mountains and Lakes region of Maine. Sugarloaf Mountain has a summit of 4,237ft and offers 146 trails and glades with 3 progressive terrain parks including a superpipe. Sunday River has plenty of mountain adventure with over 670 of skiable acres over 8 mountain peaks. A variety of vacation rental accommodations are located at the mountain resorts as well as within a 15 mile radius. Enjoy all of the amenities and comforts of home while staying in your own vacation rental such as condo rentals, chalet rentals or comfortable house rentals. Owner Direct offers a wide variety of vacation rental styles and prices to suit many tastes and budgets.