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May 25, 2017
  •  Development of New White Mountain Backcountry Trails Moving Forward
  •  Town of Camden to Request Federal Funds to Construct New Snow Bowl Lodge

  • May 11, 2017
  •  Management Changes at Two Maine Ski Areas

  • April 28, 2017
  •  Weekend Skiing Expected in Three States

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    April 22, 2017
  •  Updated Quoggy Jo, ME

  • March 20, 2017
  •  Updated Mt. Abram, ME

  • March 15, 2017
  •  Updated Lonesome Pine, ME

  • March 8, 2017
  •  Updated Mt. Agamenticus, ME

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  • Alpine CCC Ski Trails
    Some of Maine's most oldest ski trails were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
    Timelines
    Maine ski area expansions - past, present, future.
    Lifts
    A year by year breakdown of ski lift installations, relocations, and removals.
    Maps
    Hundreds of trail maps, past and present.
    Then and Now
    Side by side comparison photos of how Maine ski areas have changed over the years.
    Ticket Prices
    Weekend day lift ticket prices by year by ski area.
    Active Ski Areas with Chairlifts
    Area
    Town, Years, Vertical
    Mt. Abram
    Greenwood
    1960 • 1,150'
    Big Rock
    Mars Hill
    1961 • 980'
    Black Mountain
    Rumford
    1961 • 1,150'
    Camden Snow Bowl
    Camden
    1958 • 950'
    Hermon Mountain
    Hermon
    1964 • 350'
    Lost Valley
    Auburn
    1961 • 240'
    Shawnee Peak
    Bridgton
    1938 • 1,300'
    Squaw
    Greenville
    1963 • 1,750'
    Sugarloaf
    Carrabassett Valley
    1953 • 2,820'
    Sunday River
    Newry
    1959 • 2,340'
    Active Ski Areas with Surface Lifts Only
    Area
    Town, Years, Vertical
    Baker Mountain
    Bingham
    1938 • 460'
    Eaton Mountain
    Skowhegan
    1961 • 525'
    Mt. Jefferson
    Lee
    1965 • 432'
    Lonesome Pine Trails
    Fort Kent
    1965 • 440'
    O'Connor
    Readfield
    1950s • 210'
    Pinnacle
    Pittsfield
    1954 • 100'
    Powderhouse Hill
    South Berwick
    1939 • 175'
    Quoggy Jo
    Presque Isle
    1957 • 215'
    Spruce
    Jay
    1960 • 300'
    Titcomb
    Farmington
    1941 • 340'
    Lost/Non-Operational Ski Areas
    Area
    Town, Years, Vertical
    Mt. Agamenticus
    York
    1964-1975 • 500'
    Bald Mountain
    Dedham
    1950-1973 • 600'
    Bald Mountain
    Rangeley
    1960-1960s • 500'
    Burnt Meadow Mountain
    Brownfield
    1972-1982 • 675'
    Enchanted Mountain
    Jackman
    1966-1973 • 1,200'
    Evergreen Valley
    Stoneham
    1972-1982 • 1,050'
    Saddleback
    Rangeley
    1960-2015 • 2,000'
    Cancelled Ski Areas
    Area
    Town, Decade, Vertical
    Mt. Abraham
    Mt. Abraham
    1960s
    Bigelow Mountain
    Dead River
    1970s • 2,900'
    Mt. Blue
    Weld
    1940s • 2,000'
    Borderline
    Evans Notch
    1930s
    Lead Mountain
    T 28 MD
    1990s
    Old Speck Mountain
    Grafton
    1960s
    Passadumkeag Mountain
    Grand Falls
    1990s • 800'
    Unknown
    Winthrop
    1960s

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