Maine

Lost Valley Ski Resort

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# 8Beginner Terrain in North America
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# 2Beginner Terrain in Maine
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Overview

Lost Valley was the first ski area in Maine to make artificial snow, and now boasts a snowmaking track record of some 40 years. It also boasts one of the largest ski schools in New England. It is a family ski area where you can get in 14 hours of continuous skiing every weekend of the season, giving it the distinction of having the longest ski day in Maine.

Transportation

No lodging on-site, 12 motels are located nearby.

Inside Scoop

Cafeteria, lounge, ski store, ski and snowboard rentals and lessons (with a third more rental inventory this season), cross country rentals. Flex-ticket pricing allows you to ski around your schedule. Three-time Olympic Skier Julie Parisian runs a Junior Race Program.

Plan Your Trip

Lost Valley Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

13"
8"
6"
3"
0"
0"
Nov
11"
Dec
9"
Jan

Terrain Overview

26%
Beginners Runs
29%
Intermediate Runs
26%
Advanced Runs
19%
Expert Runs
31
Runs in Total
0.3 mi
Longest Run
45 ac
Skiable Terrain
45 ac
Night Skiing
45 ac
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 4

2
Double Chairs
2
Surface Lifts

Elevation

495'
Summit
240'
Vertical Drop
255'
Base

Important Dates

December 18, 20212021/12/18
Projected Opening
March 27, 20222022/03/27
Projected Closing
104
Projected Days Open
87
Days Open Last Year
61
Years Open
50"
Average Snowfall
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