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Where we like to ski

Skiing in New England is like nothing else.

Maine and New Hampshire have no shortage of great places to ski. From large mountains that seem to touch the sky to smaller mountains tucked away on backroads, you and your family have plenty of options to get out and experience the New England outdoors in winter. Below are some of out favorite places to ski.

Cranmore Mountain Resort

Cranmore Mountain is North Conway's year round playground with something for the whole family, no matter what the season! Ski or ride from December through March, and even take a spin down our 10 lane Tubing park! When the lifts stop spinning, enjoy summer fun in the Mountain Adventure Park. Zoom down the Mountain Coaster, arch high into the sky on the Giant Swing and zip on the Soaring Eagle Zip Line. Experience the thrill of Downhill Mountain Biking in our new lift-serviced park, or enjoy a relaxing Scenic Chairlift Ride up to the Summit Meister Hut. The fun never stops, with plenty of ways to enjoy the Mountain! Keep in Touch with Cranmore!


Location in Carrabassett Valley, Maine, Sugarloaf Mountain Resort is one of the top year-round destinations in New England. Sugarloaf is the largest ski area east of  the Rockies. Trails and glades spread across Sugarloaf Mountain,  Brackett Basin and Burnt Mountain. Additionally, the resort offers many  winter activities including skiing, snowboarding, tubing, nordic skiing,  snowshoeing, concerts, slopeside lodging and terrain parks. Summer offerings include golf, hiking, mountain biking, moose view tours plus  facilities to host conferences and weddings. You can also view Sugarloaf  snow reports, web cams, photos, videos and everything you need to plan your Sugarloaf vacation. is the official website of  Sugarloaf Mountain Resort.

Sunday River

Sunday River is a large resort, spanning three miles from White Cap to  Jordan Bowl. In between, eight interconnected mountain peaks are covered  by a network of 135 trails and 5 terrain parks with a total of 870  acres of developed terrain - plus, more hidden spots than a snow leopard  on a powder day thanks to our Boundary-to-Boundary Policy. And while  most resorts thank Mother Nature for their winter bounty, we take  matters into our own hands with the most powerful snowmaking system  in the world. With so much terrain to explore, and snow you can count  on, it's no wonder finding your happy place is so easy here.

Loon Mountain

Loon Mountain is New England's most accessible big mountain resort.  Located just two hours from Boston and three miles off Interstate 93,  Loon offers 61 trails and 2,100 vertical feet of unparalleled skiing and  riding.

Although it's close to home, Loon offers the kind of varied  terrain and possibilities that you would find at a more remote resort.  It's a mountain that has something for everyone, whether you're looking  to ski the steeps or take your first snowboard lesson.