Find excellent snow and ski trails with all amenities in Northern Maine

Maine Ski Conditions

Mount Jefferson

Route 6 Lee, ME, 04458 Phone: 207-738-2377

12 trails; 12 acres of skiable terrain; 432-foot vertical drop; 20% snow making

Skiing & Snowboarding -- Small, family-friendly ski area about 60 miles from Bangor. Two beginner trails; three intermediate; and six difficult trails.
Everything Else -- Ski and snowboard rentals, lessons and a cafeteria.
Bigrock Mountain

37 Graves Road Mars Hill, ME, 04758 Phone: 207-425-6711

29 trails and glades; 1 terrain park; night skiing; cross-country skiing; snow tubing park; 980-foot vertical drop; 80% snow making

Skiing & Snowboarding -- This is a family-friendly ski area with a small-town atmosphere and it is co-owned by Bigrock Ski Area and the Maine Winter Sports Foundation. It claims the highest vertical in northern Maine or the Canadian Maritimes and prides itself in its new (in 2013-2014) GO BIG! terrain park with 20 elements. Bigrock has cross-country skiing, snowshoe trails, and a snow tubing park. Two-hour drive from Bangor and Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Everything Else -- Cafe with hot food off the grill.
Quoggy Jo Ski Center

Fort Fairfield Road Presque Isle, ME, 04769 Phone: 207-764-3016

5 trails; 1 terrain park, 215-foot vertical drop

Skiing & Snowboarding -- Quoggy Jo is a small, friendly place that is mellow enough for beginner skiers and families with young children. Quoggy Jo summit contains a biathlon center with world-class Nordic skiing and a biathlon training facility. Quoggy Jo is under the administration of the Maine Winter Sports Center, which operates Black Mountain and Bigrock ski areas.
Everything Else -- Ski and snowboard rentals, youth racing, Super Bowl party, Valentines, scavenger hunts, spring barbecue