Lost Valley Ski Area
|Lost Valley Ski Area|
|Location||200 Lost Valley Rd.
Auburn, Maine, U.S.
|Nearest city||Auburn: 3 miles (5 km)|
|Vertical||240 ft (73 m)|
|Top elevation||480 ft (146 m)|
|Base elevation||240 ft (73 m)|
|Skiable area||45 acres (18 ha)|
- 40% beginner
- 27% intermediate
- 33% advanced
|Longest run||2,500 ft (760 m)|
|Lift system||2 double chairlifts|
|Snowfall||99 inches (250 cm)|
|Snowmaking||100%, 45 acres (18 ha)|
- Year opened: 1961
- Number of lifts: 2
- Double chairs: 2
- Vertical drop: 240 ft (73 m)
- Longest run: 2,500 ft (760 m)
- Skiable area: 45 acres (18 ha)
- Snowmaking: 45 acres (18 ha)
- Types of runs
Lost Valley's variety of 15 trails and a terrain park offers a full and interesting ski day for skiers of all abilities. Most of Lost Valley's trails are rated easiest and intermediate, while offering a challenge to expert skiers on a few difficult trails. Family regrouping is simple as all trails come together a short distance from each other.
Lost Valley also offers 15 km (9.3 mi) of Nordic skiing trails and a ski lodge offering food and skiing equipment for sale or rent.
U.S. Ski Team
- Julie Parisien, silver medalist in slalom at 1993 World Championships, three-time Olympian (1992, 1994, 1998)
- Rob Parisien, 1992 Olympian, slalom (20th)
- Anne-Lise Parisien, 1994 Olympian, giant slalom (13th)
- John Bower, 1964 and 1968 Olympian, Nordic skiing
- Rosenthal, Michael (February 19, 1994). "Wall of Fame display opens at Lost Valley". Sun-Journal. Lewiston, ME. p. 9.
- Sargent, David A. (February 21, 2006). "Auburn, Lost Valley have Olympic connections". Sun-Journal. Lewiston, ME. p. A7.