Mt Abram – Greenwood, ME
Greenwood, Maine Ski Area
Although overshadowed by it’s larger neighbor Sunday River, Mount Abram has a lot to offer. It has a cozy family feel to it. With 42 trails and a vertical of over 1,000 feet it does offer some variety. There are two nice advanced cruisers down either side of the main chairlift, Boris Badenov and Fearless Leader, that are very similar to Sunday River’s Right Stuff and Monday Mourning. There are also a couple of challenging trails such as Rocky’s Run. There is a separate beginners area and a large concentration of intermediate runs all over the mountain. If you’re looking for a nice-sized, value-oriented ski mountain with something for the whole family Mount Abram is an excellent choice.Don’t want to ski? Try the 1325′ Tubing Park (the longest in Maine!), or the cross-country loop through the woods. Mount Abram has all the amenities including full rentals and expert instruction in the latest techniques for alpine and telemark skiing and snowboarding, a daycare center, two base lodges (with shuttle service in between), restaurant, and bar with live entertainment. Ask us about Maine Skiing or share your Maine ski area updates and comments. To feature your Maine business, contact us.
Maine Ski Areas: Mount Abram
Lost Valley Ski Area Auburn, 200 Lost Valley Road, Auburn, ME 04210 | 207-784-1561
In the winter months, Lost Valley's variety of 15 trails and terrain park offer an interesting ski day for skiers of all abilities. Summer months, enjoy today's competitive Adventure Sport, Paintball with 2-3 acres of densely wooded playing field, and a Sup' Air Speedball field.
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Mount Abram Ski Area
308 Howe Hill Road
Greenwood, ME 04255
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Take I-95 (Maine Turnpike) to Exit 63 for US-202/ME-115/ME-4.
Take Route 26 North from Gray for 45 miles.
Turn left onto Howe Hill Rd.
Mount Abram Ski Resort is on your right.
*If you are plugging the address into a GPS and the device has you driving on Vernon Street then onto Rabbit Road, do NOT follow; this will not get you to our mountain playground.*
Vertical: 1,150 ft.
Avg. Snowfall: 125 in.
Base Elevation: 1,000 ft.
Lifts: 2 double chairs, 3 surface lifts
Trails: 42 trails, 130 acres
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