The Indy Pass Now Works In Maine -- Mt. Abram Added For The Season

Starting with just 34 mountain options across the continent this past summer, the Indy Pass is now up to 47 hills with its latest addition, which also adds the first hill in the great state of Maine.

It was announced this week that Mt. Abram in Greenwood, Maine is joining the Indy Pass for the 2019/2020 season. This now gives pass holders nine options across all of New England.

Like many of the mountains on the Indy Pass, Mt. Abram is a family-owned, independent mountain that offers a soul skiing vibe with much shorter liftlines. The mountain offers 36 trails, serviced by 4 lifts and has 1,150 vertical feet for a guest to enjoy. Currently, the projected closing time for this season is April 2020, getting New England skiers and riders right into Spring.

As with all of the mountains that come with this pass, a pass holder will get two free days to ski or ride. Mt. Abram is also one of the 40 mountains that offer unrestricted, no black-out days. 


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