Sure, most people know Saddleback as an amazing place to ski and ride, but the truth is, that’s just the beginning. Whether you’re looking for snow sliding action, want to develop your artistic talents, or even if you can’t wait for the warmer months to spin the pedals, we’ve got it covered. Better yet, come stay awhile and try a little of everything the Rangeley Lakes Region has to offer.
Uphill travel, also known as skinning or alpine touring, is climbing up a mountain with skis, skins, boots on your feet and poles in your hands. Uphill travel will be $15 for a day pass or $135 for an uphill-only seasons pass. Saddleback's Outdoor Programs department will also offer uphill touring lessons and group classes.Read More
Find miles of groomed nordic trails at the Rangeley Lakes Trails Center, located on the Saddleback access road!Read More
Ask any New England snowmobiler to name their favorite destination, and there’s a good chance you’ll hear the word “Rangeley.” With 170-miles of impeccably groomed trails that connect to a massive interstate network, it’s no wonder why.Read More
The huge, knobby-grippy tires keep you on track, offering a perfect alternative to other sports when trails ice up or turn a bit soft—bad skiing conditions make for the best fat biking.Read More
Snowshoeing is a great social distancing activity that's affordable and a fun way to explore the outdoors.Read More
The Rangeley Lakes Region is home to many lakes and ponds where you can ice skate throughout the winter. Come enjoy free skating and even free loaner skates courtesy of the Rangeley Skating Club.Read More