After Five Years Closed, One Of Maine’s Most Beloved Ski Slopes Has Reopened For The Season

In a place like Maine, winter activities are a bit of a must. With all the snow we get each year, they have to be! Over the years we’ve found some of the best places to ski, snowshoe, and tube. But there’s one spot we’ve been waiting for. This beloved ski slope has been closed for quite some time, and the reopening has been one of the most anticipated winter events of the year. And, at long last, it’s here.

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Saddleback Mountain has officially been open since December 15th, 2020. You can learn more about the upgrades and what to expect by checking out their website or visiting them on Facebook. There are a variety of different prices for day tickets and season passes, so be sure to check that out before visiting. If you have questions, you can reach them on 866-918-2225.

Looking for something a bit smaller? The smallest ski slope in Maine can be found at Titcomb Mountain and it’s great for beginners!

Address: Saddleback Mountain, Sandy River, ME 04970, USA