Best 10  Ski Mountains  in  Maine 

By VIshal Vivek


Mount Katahdin #1

Mount Katahdin means “the greatest mountain”. It was so named by the Penobscot Indians and seems apt since it’s the highest mountain in the state.

Saddleback Mountain #2

Since the mountain lies on the Appalachian Trail, it draws many hikers. It’s a 5.1-mile hike to the summit from the ski resort. 

Sugarloaf Mountain #3

Keep in mind that a hike to the top will also require scrambling. But the summit offers mesmerizing views of the Carrabassett region.

Cadillac Mountain #4

Established by Samuel de Champlain in 1604, the mountain offers spectacular views of Penobscot and Frenchman bays from the top.  

Doubletop Mountain #5

Although the trail to the top and back is only around 8 miles, the hike can be challenging due to rough weather conditions 

Old Speck Mountain #6

There’s an observation area at the summit from where you can soak in spectacular views of the Grafton Notch State Park wilderness. 

Mansell Mountain #7

Although it’s not that high, you can still enjoy incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean, Southwest Harbor as well as other islands nearby.

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