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Ski Experience - Saddleback Maine 

Largely considered a top overlooked destination in New England, Saddleback excels at offering visitors fantastic terrain, terrific amenities and a wonderful staff. Fortunately, they also lack crowds, bad conditions, poor service, and a lackluster experience that can be found at other resorts in the area. Consistently voted a favorite by skiers and riders alike, family-owned resort forgoes the glitz and focuses its energy instead on providing visitors a purely enjoyable ski and ride experience.

Ski Levels

There are more than 65 diverse trails and glades, that make it easy to carve down classic, snow covered New England terrain. Whatever it is that skiers seek, Saddleback has a little bit of everything, gentle slopes, rugged double black diamond trails and glades, as well as the amazing Freerider Terrain Park. Saddleback Maine offers skiers and snowboarders 44 acres of inbound ungroomed tree skiing, the double black diamond Casablanca features a challenging experience replete with chutes, steeps and incredibly tight lines.

Après Ski

The amenity-laden base lodge is a one-stop shop for everything that visitors will need on the slopes. There is a great ski school featuring PSIA certified instructors and a variety of lessons. There is a ski patrol and first aid available. There is a retail and rental shop for hard and soft goods. Dining options are numerous and range from a large cafeteria to a coffee shop and pub. Saddleback has a concierge service that is happy to help answer any questions that guests may have. There is also ski in / ski out lodging available and oftentimes guests can get great prices on ski and stay packages.

Saddleback offers an exceptionally great value, a wide variety of season-long events for children and families, as well as an on-site daycare. Saddleback ensures a big-mountain ski experience with a small town feel, and they have every intention of keeping it that way. Pure enjoyment without the hassle.