I recently skied Saddleback after their reopening with good snow conditions and 100% of their terrain open and let me just ask, where the hell is all the praise that this mountain deserves. I expected a good mountain, but nothing amazing. I was greeted by 2 fast lifts, a very nicely renovated lodge, great, interesting groomers with plenty of character, great snow, and incredible natural trails off of Rangeley. Now to Kennebago, the whole area feels like some of the most western-like skiing I have ever done in the east. I expected to get to the top to find some difficult terrain, but nothing insane. To my surprise, the terrain off this lift was insanely steep, technical, and interesting. Great glades, natural trails, and even groomed steeps like Tight Line. Also off of Kennebago are 2 stunning trails (America and Tri Color) which wind down the mountain and provide stunning views of the surrounding lakes. Not to mention the great, mellow terrain that they have for beginners too. I was VERY pleasantly surprised after my first visit and highly recommend it to anyone. Hopefully this thread can exist as a place to talk about the mountain, specifically post reopening. Attached are pictures from that visit.