The Camden Snow Bowl is a community owned ski and recreation area and is located four miles from the Hartstone Inn and Hideaway. From the summit of 1300′ Ragged Mountain, home to the Snow Bowl’s trails, skiers and riders have an incredible view of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a view quite unlike any other in the east. The Camden Snow Bowl really is “where the mountains meet the sea”.
In addition to alpine skiing and snowboarding, there are many other winter activities available at the Snow Bowl. A snow tubing slope provides fun for all family members, ice skating on Hosmer pond and a thrilling 400′ toboggan chute. The National Toboggan Championships are held here the first weekend of February. There is also a cross country ski and snowshoeing trail available.
Four lifts serve 850′ of vertical. One chairlift, two T-Bars and a surface lift in the beginner area service the ten trails and a terrain park. All trails lead back to a classic A-frame lodge where you will find all services. The Camden Snow Bowl has a ski and snowboard school, full rental shop, an active youth racing program and a fully qualified ski patrol. Coastal Maine sees its share of big winter storms, but we have a snowmaking system that covers 45% of our area to ensure plenty of skiing and riding. Most trails are groomed daily.
The Camden Snow Bowl is open Tuesday – Saturday until 7 p.m. and Sunday until 4 p.m. Closed on Monday except for holidays and vacation weeks.
Lifts: 4 (1 Chairlift, 2 T-Bars, 1 surface lift)
Terrain: 20% Easiest, 60% Intermediate, 20% Difficult
Evening Skiing on: Clipper, Muscle Ridge, Windjammer, Foxy and the Terrain Park
Longest Run: 1 mile/1.6 km – Spinnaker
Terrain Parks: 1
Skiable Acres: 80
Snowmaking On: 36 acres/45% of ski area
Vertical Drop: 943 feet
Base Elevation: 150 feet above sea level
Top Elevation: 1093 feet above sea level
Annual Snowfall: 72 inches
Tubing Hill: 2 lanes
Toboggan Chute: 400 feet long
Ice Skating on Hosmer Pond