March 9, 2022 – The Maine Office of Tourism, in collaboration with Ski Maine Association and Maine’s snowmobiling community, reports that despite moving closer to the official start of the spring season, Maine’s winter recreation continues for both skiers and snowmobilers.  

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) snow depth map currently shows a variety of snow depths in different regions of the state, ranging from little to no snow along the coastline to more than two feet in the northernmost areas in Aroostook County.  

Skiing in Maine

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Sugarloaf snowboarder. Photo credit: Jamie Walter

March brings longer, sunnier days perfect to explore new slopes and trails, or learn to ski for the first time. 

Here’s an update at some of the state’s largest ski centers: 

Many of the ski resorts have spring celebrations on their event calendars, so plan ahead, expect lots of fun and spring skiing opportunities and deals. 

For cross country skiers, as of yesterday, New England Outdoor Center’s (NEOC) trail grooming report shows most trails are groomed flat and wide with track set. In Aroostook, conditions remain excellent at Lonesome Pines, with fresh snow received this past weekend.   

Learn more about the downhill and Nordic centers at www.skimaine.com. 

Maine Snowmobiling

Please continue to be aware of groomers, ride on the right and stay safe. Snowmobiling in March, for as long as the snow base holds up, usually offers warmer, sunnier and longer days on the trails. 

In Millinocket, Twin Pines Snowmobile Club and NEOC are reporting most trails remain in excellent or good condition. 

Northern Outdoors is hoping for more snow to add to the trail base, with all trails passable and some sections still flat and fast. Groomers will hold off until more snow is received.  

Snowmobile trail conditions are updated regularly, so be sure to check in advance of your trip. 

More Maine Winter Fun

Maine Restaurant Week continues until this Saturday, providing the ideal opportunity to support a new restaurant or experience a favorite again. With spring on the horizon, here are some spring activities to motivate and inspire.  

The snow reports, released biweekly on Wednesdays, will include snow conditions for the ski resorts and snowmobile trails, and will be posted on where visitors can find information on other winter activities.  

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