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Our 750-foot slope with 350 vertical features 16 alpine trails for all skill levels, from beginner to expert, including a terrain park for skiers and riders. We offer a great beginner trail with a handle tow and a gentle slope. Our snowmaking covers 70 percent of our alpine trails and night skiing is available on Wednesday and Saturday nights. Feel like something different? We offer over 16 kilometers of beautiful cross-country trails for all levels from beginner to expert. (This excerpt taken from the Titcomb Mountain website)
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Rangeley, ME
(range: 16 miles)
With lift access above 4,000’, a vertical drop of 2,000’, 68 runs, and 225” of annual snowfall, Saddleback has always been one of the most impressive ski mountains in New England. (This excerpt taken from the Saddleback Mountain website)
At 4,237 feet tall, Sugarloaf offers the best winter playground you could imagine, but it's the people (the Sugarloafers) that make it special! They preach the Sugarloaf gospel across the globe, taking our ubiquitous blue triangle with them. All it takes is one visit and you'll be a Sugarloafer for life. (This excerpt taken from the Sugarloaf website)
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Madison, ME
(range: 21 miles)
Located amidst stately pines and white birch on the western shore of Wesserunsett Lake, Lakewood is the State Theater of Maine and America's oldest and most famous summer theater. Lakewood's tradition is long in years, deep in sentiment, and steadfast in endurance. Now entering its 120th Season, Lakewood offers exceptional performances of comedies, dramas, musicals, and children's shows from late-May through mid-September. We invite you to experience the excitement of live theater.  (This excerpt taken from the Lakewood Theater website)
The Colby College Museum of Art is a collecting and teaching museum dedicated to the preservation, display, and interpretation of the visual arts. We embrace within our collections works of art from diverse cultures and historical periods, with a focus on American art, and commitment to collecting and exhibiting contemporary art. We manage these resources for the benefit of the Colby College community, the region, and the nation, and we aspire to display works that embody the highest standards of achievement. (This excerpt taken from the The Colby College Museum of Art website)
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Bethel, ME
(range: 35 miles)
Sunday River is a four season resort in the mountains of Maine offering great lodging deals and the best skiing, snowboarding, and golf in New England (This excerpt taken from the Sunday River website)
Grafton Notch State Park and the Mahoosuc Public Lands are a premier recreational destination lying amidst some of Maine's most spectacular mountains the Mahoosuc Range. These lands offer rugged terrain for backcountry hikers and include 12 of the most challenging miles along the entire Appalachian Trail. Hikers who negotiate the steep summit trails are rewarded with spectacular views, particularly on Old Speck (4,180 feet). (This excerpt taken from the Grafton Notch State Park website)
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Greenwood, ME
(range: 37 miles)
A true gem and unique mountain experience in Maine, Mt. Abram is a “throwback” ski and ride experience different from so many of today’s winter resorts. Mt. Abram’s uncrowded slopes allow you to experience a wide open run, an extra turn on untouched snow, and find your peace in the mountains. (This excerpt taken from the Mt. Abram website)
55 kilometers of beginner to expert Cross Country Skiing in Bethel, Maine which affords tremendous views of Sunday River Resort across the valley, and the Mahoosuc and Presidential Ranges. Great snowshoeing and fat bike riding, too! (This excerpt taken from the Carters X-C Ski Bethel website)
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Augusta, ME
(range: 40 miles)
The Maine State Museum shows the best of Maine – all under one roof. From beautiful nature scenes with live trout, to a dramatic three-story working mill, to objects created by Maine’s earliest people, the museum’s exhibits offer something for everyone. Rich in detail and appeal about Maine’s history, environment, and pre-historic past, these in depth exhibits provide new discoveries with each and every visit. (This excerpt taken from the Maine State Museum website)
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