Maine's Western Mountains Ski Resorts Map and Mountain Statistics
The Lakes and Mountains of Maine offer some of the most stunning scenery in the U.S. with unspoiled year-round terrain. Conveniently located, this area is easily accessible for a week-end of fun from many cities including Montreal and Boston. Enjoy colourful wildflowers in the summer, stunning foliage in the fall, as well snow covered mountains in the winter. Winter activities popular in the area include snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and dog sledding. Enjoy driving through one of the many picturesque villages including Bridgton, Newry, Auburn, Rangeley and Kingfield. View wildlife in its natural setting including loons and moose.
With 6 ski resorts to choose from there are hundreds of trails and terrain to explore. Sugarloaf’s skiing is legendary with its season extending from November to May. Saddleback offers splendid views of Rangeley Lake and the western mountain range. Sunday River offers over 670 skiable acres over 8 mountain peaks and 132 named trails. There are also 5 freestyle terrain parks including a superpipe. Shawnee Peak, Mt. Abram and Lost Valley are smaller, family resorts that offer a variety of terrain and trails but are also great hills to develop your ski and boarding skills. Enjoy your holiday to the fullest by staying in a vacation rental condo, chalet rental or cabin rental. Vacation rentals offer more value and amenities than traditional hotel options, so why pay more and get less for your next ski vacation?