Ski USA - Maine

Titcomb Mountain Ski Resort Guide

  • Weather Forecast for Titcomb Mountain at  m altitude issued: 1 pm29 Mar 2017 (local time)
Ski USA - Maine

Titcomb Mountain Ski Resort Guide

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Titcomb Mountain Ski Resort Guide

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Slope Stats

  • 229m

  • 107m

  • 122m

  • Acres of ski:130
  • Pistes:15
  • Snowmaking:75%
  • Halfpipes:1
  • Terrain Parks:1
  • X-Country:18 km
  • beginner30%
  • intermediate40%
  • advanced30%

Titcomb Mountain in the United States (Maine State) is a tiny ski resort with just two ski lifts with only 107 metres (350 feet) of vertical descent. Titcomb Mountain has 130 acres of terrain over 15 trails. Titcomb Mountain is best suited for intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is a also a lot of terrain for beginners and experts too. There are 18 kilometers (11 miles) of cross country ski trails at Titcomb Mountain. For snowboarders, there is a terrain park and a half pipe. The majority of the trails at Titcomb Mountain are covered by snowmaking.

Travel

  • Nearest Airport:-
  • Nearest Train Station:-
  • Tourist Office Phone:+12 077789031
  • Tourist Office Website:www.titcombmountain.com/
  • Slopeside accommodation:-
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Lifts

  • Season opens:
  • Season closes:
  • Lifts:2 surface lifts
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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:27 Mar
  • Last Snowfall:
  • Snow Depth (upper):
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    cm
  • Snow Depth (lower):
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  • Piste:
  • Off-piste:-

Today’s Weather (176 m)view full snow forecast

PM
cloudy
10 NNW10
3 °CF-Level
400m
night
partly cloudy
10 NW10
-1 °CF-Level
0m
AM
clear
15 NNW15
1 °CF-Level
300m

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