Crabbe Mountain Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:-
- Terrain Parks:2
- X-Country:30 km
Crabbe Mountain is located 45 minutes north-west of Fredericton in the community of Central Hainesville, New Brunswick, Canada. Crabbe Mountain offers the highest vertical descent in Maritime Provinces at 853 feet. An excellent variety of trails, including groomers, cruisers, moguls, two terrain parks and some of the best glade skiing in the region. There's something for everyone at Crabbe Mountain. Think Snow!
- Nearest Airport:Fredericton
- Nearest Train Station:-
- Tourist Office Phone:506-463-8311
- Tourist Office Website:www.crabbemountain.com/
- Slopeside accommodation:no
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- Issued:22 May
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Visitor Reviews of Crabbe Mountain
John Rankin from Canada writes:
Crabbe Mountain is a great little hill. There is a variety of downhill and cross-country runs. Some of the downhill has bumps, but most have not. There is a long gentle run for those who are not too ambitious, while there are steep pitches with bumps, and steep flat pitches for fast cruising.
There is one rapid quad lift which services the whole hill, and a T-bar which is handy if it's busy.
During the week (except school breaks), you can ski and ski and ski, but even on the weekends, it's not usually overcrowded except on holidays.
There's a good lodge, with a variety of foods, a bar, and a ski rental and sales shop.
Crabbe is a friendly hill, with a long history and while Eastern Canada can't compete with the Rockies it's a lot closer to home!