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Terrain Parks - Saddleback

Riders Guide

The ski area’s stats are pretty impressive, Saddleback has more than 2,000 vertical feet to ski and ride, as well as more than 200 acres and nearly 70 named trails. There are several lift-access glades, terrain parks, and the longest trail at Saddleback is 3.1 miles long. Saddleback also boasts snowmaking on 85 percent of the terrain, which isn’t always necessary since the resort receives an average 225 inches of snow per season.

Parks and Pipes

There are three terrain parks at Saddleback. The Freerider Terrain Park includes a lot of challenging terrain and features such as rails, jumps, ramps and many other natural and manmade elements. Tightline Bumps and Jump is a large bumps course with a massive jump at the end. Gee Whiz is the beginner/intermediate park and has small rollers and other mini features.

Out of Bounds

The Rangeley Lakes area is a winter paradise, snow covered conifers dot the majestic mountains and the ice blue lakes contrast beautifully against the pure white snow. Saddleback offers gorgeous cross country ski trails to enjoy as well as a variety of other activities. There is also great shopping, dining, museums and other cultural points of interest to enjoy on days spent indoors.

Hangout & Hookup

On the mountain, people head to the Swig ‘n Smelt Pub, its located on the upper level of the main base lodge and features great local brews, fantastic wines and spirits daily. They have a lot of events and live music throughout the season to enjoy as well. There are also places in the Rangeley area that feature a great nightlife scene, whether it’s a sports bar, a lounge or a hometown bar, there is something to suit all tastes. Dining is also found on the mountain as well as in the area, from casual to upscale, famished riders are guaranteed to be satisfied.