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What to expect this Summer?


We’re looking forward to a great season, but we are still working to stay safe for our guests & employees.  Here’s what to know before you head to the mountain and be sure to check out our COVID-19 Safety Video at the bottom of the page.  (This video was made in Winter 2021, but you get the idea – right?)

Make your reservation in advance.  

Reserve lift tickets, rentals and lessons online this year, to help us control crowds and capacity.  

Lessons must be booked 36-hours in advance, but Day tickets and rental equipment will be available to be reserved as long as there is still availability.  So, if you wake up on a powder day and want to hit the hill, just hop online before you head out!  

Stay home if you’re sick

If you’re not feeling well or if you’ve have been exposed to someone with COVID 19, just let us know and we’ll honor your reservation for another day. You can call 207-875-5000 or email  

Bring a mask (or several!)

You’ll need a mask or face covering while you’re here.  You can drop it while you’re actively skiing or riding, but please mask up for all other activities, including lift lines and indoors.  It can be anything that’s at least two layers, close-fitting and covers your mouth & nose.  So that means a winter gaiter is just fine, but you might want to bring a spare one or a dry mask for using indoors.

Travel Safe

We’re asking everyone to abide by the Maine state travel guidelines. Check here before you travel!

Arrive dressed and ready

Indoor lodge space will be limited in both lodges.  There will be NO bag storage, so you’ll want to arrive ready to go.  Plan to boot up at your car, and only bring with you what you’ll need on the hill, (this is a great year to invest in a small backpack for essentials like snacks or extra handwarmers).


Keep your distance

Skiing and snowboarding are great sports for social distancing, but don’t forget to leave extra space when you’re in lift lines, lodge, rental shops and all the other places we come together.

Arrive together — Ride together

We won’t ask single lift riders to pair up this year, but you can ride with members of your own party.  Just make sure to wear your pass where the lift attendant can see it.

Enjoy the Outdoors

We are a small mountain and so are our lodges!  Both lodges have capacity limits, but you will still be able to come inside for the bathroom and emergency warm-ups.  If you expect to spend more than 10-15 minutes, we do ask that you head back to your car.


Grab your lift tickets and go

When you arrive, just stop at the ticket booth on the Main side, or the Westside lodge to pick up your lift tickets.

Your car is your new base lodge

One of the best things about Mt. Abram is our nearby parking lot; you can park at either the Westside or Main lodge for an easy walk straight to the hill.  That also means that you can grab food from the lodge and head back to your car to warm up or eat.  Plus, we’re creating some truly slope-side parking this year, so come early to get a good spot.  

Find a private getaway

We’re creating some small warming huts around the base areas.  These will be large enough one family/group at a time, so enjoy them to warm up or eat lunch.  

Hungry? We’ve got Takeout

Food to-go will be available at both lodges.  Don’t forget the hot chocolate!

Spread out in Loose Boots

The Loose Boots Lounge is usually open from 3-9 on Thursday and Friday, 11-9 on Saturday and 11-6 on Sunday.  There will be times that we must close for safety during COVID-19.  Please call ahead for hours.  This will be seated table service only, and our only indoor dining.  We’ve expanded the space so that there’s room for tables with plenty of space.  

Win some, Lose some

We won’t be able to offer daycare this year, or a Westside shuttle.  But you can now pick up your rentals and check in for lessons right at the Westside Lodge, so you can head right to there. 


We have reduced capacities/limited seating in our lodges and will be following all state guidelines. Please arrive dressed, and ready to ski & ride.


Please read the following information prior to your visit to Mt. Abram.

During the winter of COVID-19, we want to remind all guests that they need to answer “NO” to the following questions if they plan to come to the mountain:

Do you have any of the following symptoms of COVID-19:

  • Fever (a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher) or are feeling feverish;
  • Respiratory symptoms such as a runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, cough, or shortness of breath;
  • General body symptoms such as muscle aches, chills, and severe fatigue;
  • Gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; or
  • Changes in your sense of taste or smell?


Have you been in close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have had COVID-19 in the past 14 days?

(Note: healthcare workers caring for COVID-19 patients while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment are not considered to have a close contact exposure and should answer “No” to this question).

Have you traveled on non-essential travel in the past 14 days outside of Maine or a state exempted from testing and quarantine requirements (this includes any international travel or travel by cruise ship and any domestic travel, within the US, outside of an exempted state, regardless of the mode of transportation)?


Check out the Official Mt. Abram YouTube channel for more COVID-19 information.

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