Shawnee Peak – Maine
Brigton Maine Ski Area
Shawnee Peak is a popular spot for Portland Maine residents and visitors, it’s only 45 minutes away from downtown Portland, Maine. Shawnee is also very affordable and offers night skiing. In fact, they bill themselves as New England’s largest night skiing facility; they provide top to bottom skiing on 17 trails. Their motto “Sneak to the Peak” also applies to those staying in the North Conway area. Bridgton is only 18 miles away. Shawnee Peak produces a good supply of machine-made snow and consistent grooming on their predominantly intermediate cruisers. Ask us about Maine Skiing or share your Maine ski area updates and comments. To feature your Maine business, contact us.
Maine Ski Areas: Shawnee Peak
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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Shawnee Peak Ski Area
119 Mountain Road
Bridgton, ME 04009
Discount Shanwnee Peak Ski Lift Tickets
Take I-95 (Maine Turnpike) to Exit 48.
At the end of the ramp, take a Right onto Riverside St. Continue until intersection with Forest Ave./Route 302 West.
Take a Left onto Forest Ave./Route 302 West. Continue on Route 302 West to Bridgton.
Turn Left onto Mountain Rd.
From North Conway, NH: (18 mi.)
Take Route 302 East to Bridgton.
Turn Right onto Mountain Rd.
Shawnee Peak will be on the right.
Shawnee Peak Ski Report
Vertical: 1,300 ft.
Avg. Snowfall: 90-110 in in.
Base Elevation: 600 ft.
Lifts: 1 quad, 2 triple chairs, 1 double, and 1 surface lift
Trails: 61 trails, 239 acres
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