Folks are often surprised to learn that right on Maine’s midcoast is a Snow Bowl where from December thru spring there is skiing on Ragged Mountain.
The runs aren’t real long, but neither are the lines so a diehard skier can get his fill in a day.
There’s no snow this time of year, but on October Sundays one can take the chairlifts up the mountain.
Except for the fact that it got colder and colder as we went up the mountain and our hands turned to ice, it was a glorious experience. Ordinarily, leaves have gone by but thanks to a warm, dry summer they are at their best late into October.
I could only marvel at the beauty as we went higher and higher.
At the top of the mountain, one can see forever.
What is astonishing is the view of Penobscot Bay and the many islands that dot it. How many places can you think of where it is possible to ski while looking out onto the water?
Ragged Mountain is not just for skiing. Throughout the year, people can enjoy hiking and biking trails.
It’s not just humans that enjoy being on the mountain! Here, there is ample opportunity for everyone to find something to enjoy.
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