Maine

Best mountain in Maine, and maybe even NE
Best mountain in Maine, and maybe even NE

Sugarloaf

Pros: Very varied terrain and has one of the best parks in NE with the new Haywire park

Cons: Expensive and can sometimes have long lines if you don't know where to go on the mountain

A Surprising Hill
A Surprising Hill
Skiing on the Coast
Skiing on the Coast

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Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf

“I went to sugarloaf this past weekend and I loved it! The ice was delightfull and only punctuated by a few rocks. Occasionally, we would hit a few patches of snow but we didnt let it bother us too much. We were delighted by the cheerful antique lifts which we had a long time to admire since they were so slow.  There was also a fantastic mudpit called the "parking area" from which we had to...” --poppasmurf311

87% Positive Reviews
Saddleback

Saddleback

“ MarcusBrody’s review is spot on. As a Saddleback regular, I have nothing to correct and only a couple little things to expand upon. If you read the pros and cons above, you have most of it.   The new management, in place since 2003, has done a great job of attracting enough business to make the place a going concern for the first time in decades. This is a boon, in that we are...” --qcanoe

100% Positive Reviews
Sunday River Ski Resort

Sunday River Ski Resort

“ Went to Sunday River back in Easter on a school trip from Scotland, I think two weeks before the temperature had hit the high 70's. So basically everything we skied on was man made snow. It meant we missed out on about half of the resort's area, understandably the resort concentrated snowmaking on the more key and important runs.   The weather was sunny and it was interesting spring...” --William Donovan

71% Positive Reviews
Titcomb Mountain

Titcomb Mountain

“Good. But with a small terrain park. ” --AtomicFreestyle

100% Positive Reviews
Eaton Mountain Ski Area

Eaton Mountain Ski Area

“With skiing, night skiing, and tubing, Eaton is a great place to spend your day. Owner is always welcoming guests. $20 tickets ” --skibum185

100% Positive Reviews
Black Mountain of Maine

Black Mountain of Maine

“The mountain was almost lost a few years back, but the rally was made and it seems on solid ground.   A very relaxed atmosphere and a nice lodge.  Excellent crowded weekend escape from Sunday River   A real difference here is that cross country ski racing is a bigger thing than the alpine hill. ” --Maineac

100% Positive Reviews
Shawnee Peak Ski Area

Shawnee Peak Ski Area

“Shawnee Peak (Pleasant Mountain) has a long tradition of providing affordable family skiing.  It is low elevation without much between it and the ocean so snow can be warm at times.  There are some very fun runs that have been cut into the East side when the snow is fresh.  Greg Stumps home mountain so there is that. ” --Maineac

100% Positive Reviews
Mt. Abram Family Resort

Mt. Abram Family Resort

“Big solar panel investment.  Also investment in high efficiency snow guns.  Lodge rebuilt after a fire.   Mount Abram teetered for many years.  The Mountain Riders Association (MRA) has bought in after some of the improvemnts had begun and the mountain seems here to stay.  Want a change of pace from Sunday River, this is a place to go ” --Maineac

100% Positive Reviews
Camden Snow Bowl

Camden Snow Bowl

“A new chairlift was finally installed a couple years ago.  A great deal of trail widening done at the same time and glades added.   Lodge is quaint A frame but much too small on busy weekends.   One problem the mountain hopes to address is it is a challenging hill for new skiers and this is a feeder size hill.   Toboggan chute is a hoot. ” --Maineac

100% Positive Reviews
Lost Valley Ski Area

Lost Valley Ski Area

Skiing and Snowboarding at Lost Valley is serene and beautiful, with panoramic views, and trails lined with tall white pines. Two chair lifts and a T-bar service 15 trails. There is even self-operated electronic timing available to practice your slalom racing.