For non-motorized sports, we excel in our 45 miles of FREE cross-country ski trails winding through the peaceful woods. Stunning views of Katahdin can be found around any corner while skiing these trails. Some trails are wooded and protected on windy days while others are open and scenic. There are groomed tracks for traditional style skiing as well as back country trails where you may be the first to make tracks through fresh snow. Skiers can choose from several prime cross country skiing locations, with each location featuring solitude and unparalleled scenery.
Snowshoeing can be done almost anywhere! While some cross-country trails, such as the Bait Hole trails, have a separate area next to the track set for snowshoeing, many snowshoers prefer to break their own trails and experience the serenity of the Katahdin Region forests.
|Katahdin Area XC Ski Trails|
|Abol & Baxter State Park Trails|
|Bait Hole Trail|
|East Branch Sno Rovers Trail|
|NEOC/Twin Pines Loop Trail|
|Northern Timber Cruisers Trails|
It is important to note that dogs are not permitted on the trails at the Bait Hole or Clubhouse. Baxter State Park also has a strict "No Pets" policy.
For daily reports and up to date cross country ski and snowshoe trail trail conditions check out the NEW blog at
Katahdin Ski & Snowshoe Conditions
For more information on these wonderful trails, along with daily reports on skiing conditions, contact Don Nodine at 207-723-4329 ... and make sure to thank him, he's one of the trail systems' originators, architects, groomers and a die-hard X-C skier!