March 23, 2022 – The Maine Office of Tourism, in collaboration with Ski Maine Association and Maine’s snowmobiling community, shares that while this will serve as this season’s last snow report, there are still ways to enjoy the remaining snow and celebrate the spring season at many of the ski centers.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) snow depth map currently shows the areas north of Bangor still have considerable snow depth, reaching more than two feet in the northernmost section of Aroostook County.

Skiing in Maine

Sunday River

Late March brings sunnier, warmer days to take advantage of the slopes, with snowmaking still taking place at many of the larger resorts as natural snowfall begins to taper off. Spring in Maine also brings celebratory events:

Learn more about the downhill and Nordic centers at

Maine Snowmobiling

As snowmobile trail conditions change quickly as the snow base melts during warmer days, please remember to check trail conditions before riding, stay on marked trails and always ride safely.

Northern Outdoors and Kennebec River Brewery are closed for the shoulder season and will reopen May 6 for whitewater rafting season, when the first Kennebec River trip will take place. The first Dead River trip, at high water, releases on Saturday, May 7. ATV rentals begin around Memorial Day Weekend.

For trail conditions in the Caribou area as of last Friday where the most snow depth in the state remains, click here.

Spring Adventures

This weekend, get outside and celebrate maple season in Maine with Maine Maple Sunday Weekend. For more outside fun and spring adventures from hiking to craft brewery visits, click here to start planning.

The snow reports, distributed bi-weekly, will continue next January to highlight next season’s ski and snowmobile conditions, winter fun and events. To learn more about what to see and do throughout Maine in the spring season and beyond, go to