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Terrain Parks - Mount Abram Maine

Riders Guide

The ski area spans more than 500 acres, much of which is gladed and in the trees and boasts some pretty impressive powder cashes. There are more than 40 named trails, 25 percent are rated for beginners, 50 percent for intermediate riders, 20 percent difficult, and 5 percent expert. The resort also proudly boasts a 1,150-foot vertical drop, which riders can experience on cleverly named runs like Fearless Leader and Boris Badenov.

Parks and Pipes

Recently the ski area has added a new terrain park called the Bone Yard, primarily comprised of various jibs and rails the park is serviced by its own lift and trail. The Bone Yard is a huge hit amongst freestyle enthusiasts of all experience levels and continues to grow and evolve each year. The Dudley Do Right trail also features some great hits, jumps, natural, and man-made elements to enjoy as guests race down the mountain.

Out of Bounds

Mt. Abram also features the largest tubing park in Maine at a whopping 1,325 foot trail. The closest town is Bethel, which has a charm all its own and features some great shopping, dining, and activities. Carload Fridays have become huge and includes lift tickets for every legal passenger in a car, SUV or minivan for the low price of $75. Mt. Abram also has 2-for-1 Thursdays on full-day tickets.

Hangout & Hookup

There is no slope side lodging available at the ski area but there is a pretty nice lounge that definitely gets busy after the sun has gone down. There are a few places to kick back and relax in Bethel, but by and large this is not an area known for wild parties and raucous evenings.