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Cancelled Ski Areas: Maine


While Maine skiing may be best known by Sunday River and Sugarloaf, multiple other developments nearly eclipsed these mega resorts. In fact, one such development on Bigelow Mountain was considered a possible location for the Winter Olympics.
Cancelled Ski Areas
NameLocationDecade
Mt. AbrahamMt. Abraham, ME1960s
Bigelow MountainDead River, ME1970s
Mt. BlueWeld, ME1940s
BorderlineEvans Notch, ME1930s
Lead MountainT 28 MD, ME1990s
Old Speck MountainGrafton, ME1960s
Passadumkeag MountainGrand Falls, ME1990s
UnknownWinthrop, ME
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