Lonesome Pine Ski

Description

Lonesome Pine Trails starts making snow in early December and then Mother Nature takes over to give abundant snowfall for fabulous skiing and boarding on trails immaculately groomed. Beginning skiers and boarders will enjoy the Bunny Trail, which has a Handle Tow. When you graduate from the Bunny Trail, the T-bar tow will take you all the way up to the top of the hill to choose any trail. The Founders Trail is fun for everyone but Intermediate skiers and boarders will find more challenge on the Valley and Maine Trails. The most experienced skiers can test their skills on the Garbonstingle, Reservoir, The Far Side, Duval & Pine Needle Pass Trails. The Snow Park with a Grinding Rail & Half Pipe is located next to the Res for those who like to Freestyle.

More Information

Lonesome Pine Trails has snowmaking on the Founders, Garbonstingle, Maine and the Reservoir trails. Its Lodge & Slopes are within walking distance to downtown Fort Kent.

Check Lonesome Pines website www.lonesomepines.org for membership information and ski rates and passes. You may like to purchase an inexpensive one time T-bar pass that will lift you up to the top! You can then ski the trails over to the 10th Mountain Ski Center and return to the Lonesome Pine Lodge by going down the Green Bean Ski Trails (FUN & FAST). Check out their Site here or download and print a detailed map of the 10th Mountain Ski trails from this website, or pick up a map in the Lonesome Pines Ski Lodge.

Lonesome Pine Trails provides equipment rental in its ski shop for Alpine and Nordic skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing, which is open during normal hours of operation. The Adaptive Ski Program has equipment available to help the physically challenged to ski. In addition to affordable rental rates, it also offers ski sharpening and waxing services. Check the website www.lonesomepines.org for equipment rental rates. Its cozy lodge offers excellent food and a relaxing lounge with terrific views of the Bunny slope and SKI RACING action. The lodge is available to rent year-round for Weddings, Banquets, Birthday Parties, Class Reunions & other Celebrations with seating for 200 guests.

In addition to the public operating hours, Lonesome Pine Trails also hosts a number of skiing events throughout the season. Such events include: Ski Patrol Midnight Ski X2, Ski Invitational, Biathlon World Cup, World Cup Pub, Can Am Dog Sled Race Finish Line, Packer Fund Drawing Party, and Kids Day.

Lonesome Pine Trails is a non-profit organization that could not operate without the help of our wonderful volunteers. Please contact Danny Nicolas at (207) 834-5202 if you would like to volunteer an hour or two of your time.

Mountain Hours:
3:00 PM-9:00 PM – Wednesday and Friday
9:00 AM-4:00 PM - Saturday
10:00 AM-4:00 PM - Sunday

Lonesome Pine Ski
PO Box 372
Fort Kent
Maine
04743
(207)834-5202

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Down the slope
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Bunny Slope
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Founders Trail
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Handle Tow
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Happy kids day
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Ski Patrol Station
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T-Bar Tow
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Terrain Park
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The Top
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The Lodge
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The T-Bar
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