Early February Brings Promise of New Snow
February may mark the middle of winter, but it’s a busy time up north.
Maine Ski Areas Report Strong January Attendance – February Outlook Even Brighter
Skiers and Snowmobilers Smiling Ear to Ear Due to Best Conditions of Season
January Thaw Behind Us – Weekend Storm to Dump Up to 10 Inches During Holiday Weekend
Maine Skiing and Snowmobiling 2020 Season Off to Solid Start
The month of January promises to be an exciting one in Maine.
There's so much to do in Maine in the winter whether you prefer outdoor adventures or urban pleasures. See what's on the calendar.
The last of the leaves are falling and a classic winter season is set to begin.
This last of the fall foliage reports from the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry reports peak and past-peak conditions throughout most of Maine.
This week’s fall foliage report from the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry reports peak and near peak conditions throughout most of Maine, with coastal regions (zones 1 and 2) reporting high color (less than 70 percent color change).
Leaf peeping can seem like a competitive sport in Maine this month but visit Maine’s state parks or public reserved lands and you’ll have all the visual drama without the crowds.