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Mt. Abram Announces New Trails
Mt. Abram Announces New Trails
New terrain being cut in 2015.
Thursday, September 10, 2015, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
According to the Lewiston Daily Sun, Mt. Abram is moving forward with a terrain expansion by submitting plans to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection. As reported on NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com in August, logging is ongoing.

The central part of the project is the clearing of a dedicated racing trail, located west of Boris Badenov.

An advanced trail is planned just east of Rocky's Run, from Sweeper to lower Roundabout.

A new trail is expected to be cut in the vicinity of Bullwinkle's Horn, providing better access to the upper west side terrain.

Egomaineah, the west side lift line trail, is expected to be widened. Dudley-Do-Right is also expected to be widened.

It is not yet known if snowmaking will be installed on the new terrain in 2015.

Mt. Abram Expansion Rendering
Mt. Abram Expansion Rendering

Mt. Abram logging, August 29, 2015
Mt. Abram logging, August 29, 2015

Mt. Abram logging, August 29, 2015
Mt. Abram logging, August 29, 2015

Mt. Abram, August 29, 2015
Mt. Abram, August 29, 2015


  • Mt. Abram plans biggest expansion in more than 30 years - Lewiston Sun Journal External link


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