Black Mountain of Maine Alpine Trail MapClick on the map to download a .pdf map of Black Mountain's Alpine Trails


Black Mountain of Maine is a family affordable ski area that focuses on providing fun for the entire family. Their Alpine Ski and Snowboarding area has a 1150-foot vertical drop and is lit top-to-bottom for night skiing. The combined Upper and Lower Androscoggin Trails make up a fabulous, “solid blue” intermediate run and is almost a mile long. In all, there are twenty-three tails, including a glade. The mountain is served by two chair lifts and has over 90% snowmaking coverage. Black Mountain’s Terrain Park features a wide variety of hits and rails. The novice area’s “green” trails and the “Moose Run” beginner area are great places to learn and play. Our varied and challenging trails, along with breathtaking views make Black Mountain of Maine fun to ski and explore the first time, and every time, you visit.

For over forty years Black Mountain of Maine has been acknowledged as one of the finest Nordic Skiing facilities for recreation and competition in North America. Black Mountain’s trails were developed by Rumford’s Chummy Broomhall, a two-time Olympian, designer of the Lake Placid and Squaw Valley Olympic cross-county trails and Nordic snow groomer pioneer. Black Mountain of Maine has hosted many of today’s US Olympic Team skiers as the site of the 2003 and 2004 Chevrolet US Cross Country Championships, as well as the US Cross Country Championships in 2011. Trails are groomed, whenever possible, for both skating and classic techniques. During competitions, the spectator bridge at the lodge provides a great vantage point to view, cheer, and take photos. Black Mountain of Maine’s 17 kilometers of trails, with snowmaking on 4 kilometers, have something to offer for all abilities. The cross-country trails are also open to snowshoeing.

For those who don’t ski or snowboard, The Edge Tubing Park provides a great way to experience the thrill of speed on the snow and is a hot spot for outdoor winter fun. A 300-foot handle tow transports you and your tube (provided) up the hill to your choice of chutes. When you visit The Edge Tubing Park there is no need for special equipment, just warm clothes and a little courage. Please note that all tubers must be able to clear the end of the chute, unassisted, after a ride. Save yourself some time at the Mountain by simply downloading this liability form and filling it out before coming to the mountain. Please check our schedule and conditions or call the lodge at (207) 364-8977 for updates.

Black Mountain of Maine Nordic Trail Map Click on the map to download a .pdf map of Black Mountain's Cross-Country Trails