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Saddleback
976 Saddleback Mountain Road
Rangeley
ME
04970
Tel: 207 864 5671

Directions

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Where are we going today?

Skiing and snowboarding lessons and open routes are available, with lessons beginning at age 3 and all levels of ability catered for with route options split 38% green runs, 29% blue and the rest into black or higher.

There are also two terrain training park for developing skills and confidence, with one being more beginner friendly.

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsSeveral options available.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Seasonal access applies. Lifts open at 8:30am on weekends and holidays, 9am on weekdays.

I'm Hungry!

Restaurant available..

Any Top Tips?

Always check the snow reports before you go..

What people are saying?

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    Great mountain, great people, lots of snow, not so bad pricing, good lessons. Great coffee, lots of runs, good snow, helpful rental people, lift attendants in good humor, people generally having a good time.

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    This is not the place to go especially if you snowboard. I now understand why it was so much cheaper than sugarloaf.

    The lifts suck and one lift is a t lift that's designed for skiers. Not a very pleasant way up for a snowboarder, as the thing digs into your leg the whole way up.

    When you do finally get up the mountain, there are very few signs of where your gong and difficulty levels of those trails.

    There Customer service was unsatisfactory. After falling off the difficult t lift and no other lifts to use because of weather it would have been...Read More

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    My view of Saddleback was a long time ago. About 1936. My father took me to Saddleback to see where he and his parents lived in a logging camp at the base of the mountain. My Grandfather was a logger and my Grandmother was the camp cook in about 1922. My father had just returned from the war with grand mall and they took him there to get him away from Cohoes NY. There was a small foot bridge across a small brook about 100 feet from the camp. Dad said that he used to catch trout on a safety pin from the brook. I found an old ax head stuck in a chopping...Read More

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    It is amazing
    Great trails great staff and overall a beutiful mountain

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    What a great place! !!!!

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by Richie Iuele

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This is not the place to go especially if you snowboard. I now understand why it was so much cheaper than sugarloaf.

The lifts suck and one lift is a t lift that's designed for skiers. Not a very pleasant way up for a snowboarder, as the thing digs into your leg the whole way up.

When you do finally get up the mountain, there are very few signs of where your gong and difficulty levels of those trails.

There Customer service was unsatisfactory. After falling off the difficult t lift and no other lifts to use because of weather it would have been nice to get a partial refund.

They could only give me a half day ticket that expires soon and only in my name. When I explained I'm not going to be able to use it in that time frame, it was too bad for me and threats of being arrested if I tried to sell it to someone.

Will not be coming here again.

by Henry Belrose

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My view of Saddleback was a long time ago. About 1936. My father took me to Saddleback to see where he and his parents lived in a logging camp at the base of the mountain. My Grandfather was a logger and my Grandmother was the camp cook in about 1922. My father had just returned from the war with grand mall and they took him there to get him away from Cohoes NY. There was a small foot bridge across a small brook about 100 feet from the camp. Dad said that he used to catch trout on a safety pin from the brook. I found an old ax head stuck in a chopping block and saved it. I still have it. To bad I cant remember just where the camp was. Maybe someone remembers. To many years have passed.

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