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Titcomb Mountain, Farmington

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#8 of 15 in Winter Sports in Maine
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Titcomb Mountain is a ski hill located in Farmington, Maine, in the United States. It was established in 1939 and is run by the Farmington Ski Club. The mountain features a 350' vertical drop, 3 lifts (two T-Bars and a Pony lift), 16 trails, snowmaking and night skiing. Titcomb is a popular local family mountain with an active children's ski school, racing and other activities.

Titcomb Mountain maintains 16 km of cross-country ski trails groomed for skate and classic skiing.
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  • It's great for skiiing with the family, young or old! I'm glad to live near Titcomb Mountain in wither! 
    It's great for skiiing with the family, young or old! I'm glad to live near Titcomb Mountain in wither!  more »
  • This is a small family oriented ski area, just outside of Farmington in Temple. A lot of it is Volunteer Run and Operated. A great place to learn to ski, both Alpine and Cross Country. It is very... 
    This is a small family oriented ski area, just outside of Farmington in Temple. A lot of it is Volunteer Run and Operated. A great place to learn to ski, both Alpine and Cross Country. It is very...  more »
  • Grandkids took alpine ski lessons there-and we XC sxki there still, in our mid-eighties! Lovely trails, nice volunteer cafe, great alpine as well as XC trails. 
    Grandkids took alpine ski lessons there-and we XC sxki there still, in our mid-eighties! Lovely trails, nice volunteer cafe, great alpine as well as XC trails.  more »
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  • While Titcomb can't quite compete with big mountains such as Sugarloaf, it still has plenty of charm. During the winters, there are three main ski and snowboarding trails, one of which is a stunt park my friends and I adore, and in the summer it's a summer camp. It has bike trails with man-made and material features that you can ride on for free and the staff there are very kind. During the winter, there is a spot to eat and, while I wouldn't call it a restaurant, it does have some pretty delicious burgers and hot dogs and such. It's charming and extremely cheap to get in on the action, making it one of my favorite mountains to go to.
  • A great family environment. Keeps getting better every year. They also were gracious enough to allow a celebration of life for one of the workers to take place in the lodge.
  • If you’re looking for a budget friendly day on the slopes, look no further. Super friendly staff and a very nice mix of terrain. Surface lifts only, but the rides aren’t too long, and the lift lines are nice and short. Great food in the lodge, and we had great luck renting equipment there for our kids when they were starting out. Great rope tow bunny slope for beginners. I would highly recommend Titcomb.
  • Wonderful little facility closer than the big places with great prices, nice trails, and a strong commitment to community. Has a snack bar with lunch menu and homemade soups & chili, ski rentals, and lessons for first timers.
  • Best single track riding evah!

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