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Latest I just saw has the Maine ski country on a sweet spot.I was dead set on hitting Saddleback this Monday-Tuesday but the storm is looking uncomfortably close to the coast. I feel like Vermont will fare better. Definitely getting up there soon though. Instantly became one of my favorite ski areas when I finally got there for the first time 2 years ago.
Awesome! Let us know how it’s looking. The Casablanca/Muleskinner area was fantastic last time I went. It’s a bit of a schlep, so the further you go, the fewer tracks you see…After much waffling, finally picked Maine for my trip this week. Booked a cabin on Rangeley Lake Mon-Wed night. Probably hit SR on the way up Monday, Saddleback Tue and Thu, and Sugarloaf on Wednesday.
Super pumped, can't wait to get back to Saddleback.
Well for woods head to Casablanca. Other glades are fun as well. Great cruising blue runs to skiers left off the Rangeley. Steeps are great skiers right before Casablanca off kennebago quad.OK, you guys convinced me. Son and I are headed to Saddleback this weekend. Any advice on where to ski and where to eat? Any issues with parking at the hill? Already booked a hotel in town.
Damn looks nice, planning on getting there Saturday. Be sure to hike up to the top above treeline for the short "snowfields" runs above tightline if you haven't done that before (if they still allow it). Worth the hike up either way.