Thursday, 1 - 17 - 19: 1-2” of pow-pow frost the trail system this morning, with a brisk start to the day! Powder over a nice packed powder base this morning :) Hot drinks and hearty soup served up daily in the yurt! Next grooming run will be Friday morning.

Notes from a skier this week: ‘Sell the house! Leave your spouse! Quit your job! Cash out your kid’s/ grandkid’s inheritance! Give the dog away! Do whatever it takes to come to Rangeley to X-C Ski because the snow and grooming are perfect. I have been here since Monday and will be staying all week to take advantage of the incredible conditions. Come join me!’

We’re gearing up for the Rangeley Fat Bike Loppet on Sunday, January 27th! Four timed races and a fun tour with the gnomes! Sure to be a day to remember- register now!

Woodland creatures are out and about - moose, deer and owl sightings on Pumphouse, and an otter slide spotted on Lower Pipe :)

Monday 1-28-19: Ladies Day- 1/2 price trail passes and a free cup of soup!
Tuesday 1-22-19: Mens Day- 1/2 price trail passes and a free cup-o-soup! Rangeley’s CIA at 1:45! Call the yurt for more information.
Wednesday 1-23-19: BOGO trail passes.
Sunday 1-27-19: Rangeley Fat Bike Loppet- register here!


We welcome all our friends from Titcomb Mountain, Pineland, Carters, Bethel Village Trails and Quarry Road- bring your season pass and get 50% off a day pass throughout the 2018-19 season!


We work hard to be good stewards of the land by preserving wildlife habitat, constructing erosion resistant trails, and encouraging old growth forests.


Nestled at the base of Saddleback Mountain in Maine’s western mountains, our Trails Center has something for everyone. Spring, summer and fall, hikers and bikers enjoy the rolling terrain and scenic vistas. And in the winter months, with over 200 inches of annual snowfall, skiers, snowshoers and fat tire bikers savor our meticulously groomed trails. We are building a world-class multi-use trails system, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Find out how you can help.