Rangeley Lakes Trails Center Cross Country Skiing

Near Sugarloaf in Rangeley Lake State Park, the Rangeley Lakes Trails Center has 55 km of groomed trails winding through hilly forested terrain. The trails are maintained by the Rangeley Lakes Cross Country Ski Club.

This region in the western mountains of Maine has many logging roads and winter recreation trails. The more popular routes include: Rangeley Lake Loop (26 mi.), City Pond Loop (10 mi.), Quimby/Dodge Pond Loop (10 mi.), Bald Mountain Loop (10 mi.), and Beaver Mountain Loop (20 mi.).

If you are looking for some apres ski, try Sarges.

To reach the Rangeley Lakes Trails Center trailhead, follow US95 north to the Maine Turnpike to Exit 12 (Auburn), then Route 4 north to Rangeley, then Saddleback Mountain Road 7 miles east to Saddleback ski area. The Rangeley Lakes Trails Center is located about 2 miles from the Saddleback Ski Area. The Rangeley Lakes Trails Center is located at 524 Saddleback Mountain Road in Rangeley.

Rangeley Lakes Trails Center Cross Country Skiing Map

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Local Contact(s):  Rangeley Lakes Cross Country Ski Club (207) 864-4309; Rangeley Lake State Park (207) 864-3858; Rangeley Tourism (207) 864-5364; Maine Tourism (800) 533-9595.

Recommended Book:  "Basic Cross-Country Skiing" from J Scott McGee

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Rangley Inn; Saddleback Motor Inn (877) 275-3363

Luxury Loding:  Saddleback Touring Center Condos (207) 864-5671; Pleasant Street Inn, Rangeley (207) 864-5916

Breakfast Restaurant:  Four Seasons Cafe, Oquossoc

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Date Updated:  7/13/2016

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