The Ski Maine Mountain Pass contains 28 individual passes, including two sets for specific ski areas. (Passes are sold out for 2022-23 season)
Destination areas are Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Shawnee Peak, Mt. Abram, Lost Valley, Camden Snow Bowl, Black Mountain, Bigrock, Hermon Mt, Titcomb Mountain.
Regional areas are Lonesome Pine Trails and/or Quoggy Jo One; Spruce Mountain and/or Powderhouse Hill; Baker Mountain and/or Big Squaw.
Cross-country (Nordic) skiing is accessible in many parts or Maine and for all types of skiers, including novices, kids, and hard-body experts. Some centers are associated with downhill (Alpine) ski areas; others are stand-alone Nordic ski places; and some a located on farms. Snowshoeing access and equipment often takes place at cross-country areas. Some areas welcome your dog! Learn more at our cross-country skiing page.
Bethel Inn Ski Touring Center, Bethel: Forty kilometers of forest and fairway trails for all levels of ability. Rentals and lessons. Families with kids may rent pulk sleds (designed for cross-country skiers for towing children). The epicenter of this activity is Bethel Inn, with lodging and other comforts.
Birches Ski Touring Center, Rockwood: Cross-country ski and snowshoeing is done of 90 kilometers of groomed and ungroomed trails and a huge parcel of protected land. Access by Moosehead Lake trail to Mount Kineo. This resort offers lodging, dining, rentals and lessons. Dog friendly.
Black Mountain of Maine Touring Center, Rumford: This cross-country center has wide tracked trails for Nordic skiers of all abilities. Snow making is done in some areas. Rentals, lessons, snack bar, lounge and tubing hill.
Carter’s X-C Ski Center and Shops, Oxford: Offering 40 kilometers of trails for all abilities for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Lessons and rentals of equipment, including snowshoes and pulk sleds (for cross-country skiers to town children).
Coast Ski and Bike, Alfred: One hundred acres of rolling and wooded property is available for use by cross-country and back country skiers. Also, gentle forested trails for beginners and intermediates. Family oriented ski center, rentals, food, season passes.
Harris Farm XC Ski Center, Dayton Cone cross-country ski or snowshoe on a farm! This 1,000-acre center offers trails for beginner, intermediate and expert skiers, along with snowshoeing. Day lodge, snack bar, rentals, lessons and ski shop. Dog friendly.
Katahdin Nordic Center Only one-half mile from downtown Millinocket and 20 miles from Baxter State Park, this center has groomed trails and rentals of cross-country skis and snowshoes for adults and kids.
Maine Winter Sports Center Nordic Heritage Center, Presque Isle: This place is for serious sportsmen and -women. This is a world-class Nordic and biathlon center with 12 kilometers of trails, a big lodge with kitchen, locker rooms, ski care rooms.
Millinocket Municipal X-C Ski Area, Millinocket: Groomed trails for novice and intermediate skiers, and also back country trails. A warming lodge has a beautiful view of Mount Katahdin.
Rangeley Lakes X-C Ski Trails, Rangeley: Thirty-five kilometers of wide trails for beginner, intermediate and expert cross-country skiers and snowshoers. There also is back country skiing. Located at the base of Saddleback Mountain resort.
Titcomb Mountain Ski Touring, Farmington: Trails for beginner, intermediate, and expert Nordic skiers. Upper terrain is serviced by a lift. Warming huts, lodge, food, rentals.