Mount Abram

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Mt. Abram
Location Greenwood, Maine, United States
Nearest city Bethel, Maine
Coordinates 44°22′45″N 70°42′25″W / 44.37917°N 70.70694°W / 44.37917; -70.70694Coordinates: 44°22′45″N 70°42′25″W / 44.37917°N 70.70694°W / 44.37917; -70.70694
Top elevation 1,990 feet (610 m)
Base elevation    940 feet (290 m)
Skiable area 250 acres (100 ha) trail
650 acres (260 ha) total
Runs 44
Lift system 5

Ski Mount Abram is a small family ski area in Greenwood, Maine, located a few miles outside of Bethel, Maine, and the Sunday River Resort. It consist of 10 easy, 21 Intermediate, and 13 expert trails. Along with five lifts which service 1,150 feet (350 m) of vertical drop.[1][2]

Mt. Abram can be broken up into two parts, the main mountain and Westside. Westside is the beginner area which has one Double Chairlift and a Ski tow, most lessons are taught in this area. The main part of the mountain, serviced primarily by The Way Back Machine, another double chair, consist of many Black Diamonds and Blue Square trails.[1]

The trails at Mt. Abram are all named after Rocky & Bullwinkle; names include Dudley Do Right, Boris Badenov, and Natasha's Niche.[2]


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