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Lost Valley, Auburn

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Cross-country Ski Area · Hidden Gem · Ski Area
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Lost Valley is a ski area in the northeastern United States, in Auburn, Maine. Its east-facing slopes feature 15 trails across one hill, and is served by two chairlifts.
FactsYear opened: 1961Number of lifts: 2Double chairs: 2
Vertical drop: 240ftLongest run: 2500ftSkiable area: Snowmaking:
13px Beginner: 40%13px Intermediate: 27%13px Advanced: 33%13px Expert: 0%Terrain Parks: 1


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 15km of Nordic skiing trails and a ski lodge offering food and skiing equipment for sale or rent.
In the summer months, Lost Valley changes from a ski resort into a mountain biking and paintball facility.
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  • First time visitors; our girls hadn’t been skiing for awhile, and since we were in Portland it was a quick hop up to the mountain. Perfect spot for non-pros, plaid they had really well groomed... 
    First time visitors; our girls hadn’t been skiing for awhile, and since we were in Portland it was a quick hop up to the mountain. Perfect spot for non-pros, plaid they had really well groomed...  more »
  • Went Skiing and Tubing here for the first time. Not a bad place. Everyone was masked up expect for a few customers but I wasn’t near them. The lodge is a little dated but I came to ski and tube... 
    Went Skiing and Tubing here for the first time. Not a bad place. Everyone was masked up expect for a few customers but I wasn’t near them. The lodge is a little dated but I came to ski and tube...  more »
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  • Fun brewpub to occupy your time apres ski or while your kids challenge each other on the mountain. Decent selection of local and Maine brews as well as other bar options and seltzers. Food does fit into the pub food category but is executed well, delivered hot and fresh and is consistent. There are good options for younger kids and their adult companions hanging around with them. You can take your meal outside by the fire pit, picnic tables or watch your kids bomb down the mountain with the huge windows, fireside.
  • Would definitely recommend. We were just in town to get away from the city for a few days. We weren’t very inexperienced skiers, so we took a lesson with Al O. He was patient and beyond what we expected. In just an hour of lessons, we weren’t pros but we could get down a couple slopes, making turns with no falls. We did about 10 runs and could’ve gone all day if our legs weren’t on fire! The resort was intimate with a fire to relax, and drink/eat. We met great people and had a GREAT day. For a nice casual day at the slopes, definitely go! It was an awesome Maine experience.

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