Established in 1939 in Farmington, Maine, this ski resort is the home to three lifts, sixteen riding or skiing/snowboarding trails, a 350 degree vertical drop as well as snowmaking and night skiing. Known as The Friendly Mountain, Titcomb Mountain Ski Resort is a wonderful family ski excursion. We have several different programs some starting as young as kindergarten age. These programs include ski and snowboarding school, the Riding Club, and the Bill Koch Nordic Program.

Nearby Attractions

The city of Farmington has a lot to offer residents and tourists alike. Whether it be window shopping at one of the local boutiques or horseback riding there is something fun for people of all ages and snow sport experience levels. There are also educational attractions such as the Wilton Farm and Home Museum that contains memorabilia from the early 1800’s. Fishing and hunting are both very popular in this area. There are also local places of worship, as well as art museums , and film festivals.

Accommodations 

When you are finished cruising down the slopes and are ready to lay your head down for the night, you can choose to stay in one of Farmingtons three local hotels. If a more standard hotel experience is what you are looking for, the Comfort Inn & Suites is the perfect resting spot for you. If a cozier, cottage type feel is what you are trying to find, Colonial Valley Motel and Wilson Lake Inn is what you dreamt of. Limited amount of rooms, nestled in a neighborhood setting you are sure to have found a peaceful retreat with a homey atmosphere.

Dining

If you start to become peckish during your visit to Titcomb Mountain, you can enjoy a meal at Fish Bones American Grill, Sedgley Place or Davinci’s Eatery where you can find amazing local fresh caught lobster as well as other local cuisine. If you are trying to appease your sweet tooth, you should check out some of the local chocolatiers such as Len Libby Chocolatier or Bixby & Co. for some delicious locally made treats.

If you are looking to get a relaxing glass of wine, or just do some wine or cider tastings you should go to the Maine Winery Guild and the Wine on the Waterfront locations. They have many different versions of wines, meads, and ciders available for your tasting pleasure.

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