Mt. Abram has undergone renovations and improvements in the recent past that virtually guarantee skiers and boarders an unforgettable experience. You ... More
Mt. Abram has undergone renovations and improvements in the recent past that virtually guarantee skiers and boarders an unforgettable experience. You also can experience breathtaking sunsets and panoramic views from its slopes.ActivitiesSnowboarding: Snowboarding allowed. Four terrain parks with elements and rails, including the SoBe Carve Park.Cross Country Profile: Cross-country trails in nearby area.LodgingMt. Abram does not own or operate any lodging facilities, although the resort enjoys relationships with local lodging affiliates. Many lodges, with 200 beds, are located within five miles. There is no transportation from lodges. Condominiums are within a three-minute walk from the slopes.Winter RecreationFree access to snowshoe and cross-country trails. Ice fishing and snowmobiling nearby. Glade runs. Race courses. Two runs in Maine’s longest tubing park. Four terrain parks with numerous rails and boxes. Introducing the SoBe Carve Park in 2005/06--the first "carve park" in New England, similar to a self-timed racecourse.