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Reviews for Mt. Abram Ski Resort
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This resort is a earth friendly resort mostly solar powered. The many runs allow for a challenging run down the mountain to a relaxing blue run down to the two lodges they offer. Night life in the main lodge is an exciting time to network with fellow skiers over adult beverages. Summer offers mountain bike trails for the beginners to the pros. Both seasons offer safety and protection to the covid-19 issues. Love this hidden gem... Full Review
This mountain has gone above and beyond, both with the Mountain bike trails in the summer, and ski slopes in the winter to stay safe from the Covid-19 pandemic. This earth friendly resort, mostly solar panel energy has proven to be aware of our environmental concerns. I enjoy skiing on the mountains many challenging run to a relaxing blue to the bottom two lodges.... Full Review
This mountain has my heart!
Everything is clean, groomed, and the slopes are beautiful!
It’s never too crowded so we’ll worth it and the lodge is just like family! I would recommend here before going and paying high prices somewhere else. ... Full Review
Not-so hidden gem of Maine skiing. When there is fresh snow there is lots of ungroomed powder. Lift lines are always short and you can't beat the ticket price.
This place is old school - slower lifts and a no-frills lodge, but for the size and price it's perfect. Definitely worth it to ditch the outrageous prices and overgroomed snow at nearby Sunday River, especially if you're a snowboarder and dislike catwalks.... Full Review
I've grown up at this mountain, I drive 3 hours every weekend to ski on the race team, free ski with my best buds I've known forever, and rip it up on the terrain park with my snowboard. Most importantly, spend time with my best friends that feel like family. Without Mt.Abram, I don't know what id do, its my escape from reality. All the owners and staff are funny, friendly and just so approachable and do a fantastic job at what they do. Yes, its a small mountain, but thats my favorite part. Everyone is family. I also know that the mountain has great new fun things planned for the next coming years and I would appreciate that everyone would go and give my favorite place a chance. Its my home and my life. ... Full Review
When it snows, this is a hidden gem/under the radar "skier's mountain". Great variety of skiable terrain and a noteworthy lack of concern for "creative route finding" make this a small slice of heaven in a good snow year.
If you came to ski you'll get good value for your dollar...If you came to party bring friends or make them fast...Not much going on without a drive to Bethel.... Full Review
We ski Mt Abrahm every year. We are all advanced skiers and love Mt. Abrahm. It's a beautiful, laid back resort, with great terrain, gorgeous surroundings. Everyone there is so sincerely friendly. The apre ski entertainment is great and the food is really good too. Love it! ... Full Review
Great family mountain one of the best places for children to learn to ski prices are fair and reasonable great apres ski with ice cream socials and spaghetti supper fundraisers see no need to ski anywhere else
Our kids love the place!!!!... Full Review
MT Abram is a decent small mountain . Perfect for a day trip to a local mountain. The "lodge" is a chaotic, mess in a not very attractive space. Not a place to sit and watch the skiing while you enjoy a nice meal and drink. If you are looking for a nice day on the slopes, go. But if you are looking for an overall vacation experience, you probably want to try somewhere else..... Full Review
I love Abram, it's such a fun family mountain and good terrain. But the only set down is the size, it's a little small.... Full Review
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