|Location||Central Hainesville, Bright Parish, York County, New Brunswick, Canada|
|Vertical||260 m (853 ft)|
|Top elevation||404 m (1325 ft)|
|Base elevation||145 m (475 ft)|
|Skiable area||0.35 km² (87 acres)|
|Longest run||2.0 km (6,600 ft)|
|Lift system||3 1 quad chair, (1 rope tow, and 1 T-Bar)|
Average 330 cm (10.83 ft) /year
|Night skiing||Yes, on 6 trails|
New Brunswick's highest vertical at 853 feet offers challenging terrain for skiers of all abilities. Crabbe Mountain has a wide-open beginner area with a pony lift for those just starting out. There's a wide variety of groomed, ungroomed, cruising trails and steep pitches. Crabbe offers many woods/glades runs, and they have some features such as tree rails, rock jumps and northshores. Crabbe also has three terrain parks. They have features such as jumps, hip transfers, spine transfers and rails and is one of the best terrain parks in the Maritimes.
Crabbe also features 30 kilometres, 18+ miles of cross country skiing trails
Check out the Crabbe Mountain website for info: http://www.crabbemountain.com/mountain/terrain_park/
Crabbe Mountain also has a very successful race club, it does extremely well in the atlantic circuit and has also won a few major competitions including a gold in Super G the Canadian nationals. They also have several athletes participating in the 2011 Canada Games.
The Crabbe Mountain base lodge offers a lounge, cafeteria, retail and rental shop. Ski and board lessons are available and the mountain is patrolled by the Canadian Ski Patrol.