Titcomb Mountain

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Titcomb Mountain
Location Farmington, Maine, United States
Nearest major city Augusta, Maine
Coordinates 44°39′0″N70°10′15″W / 44.65000°N 70.17083°W / 44.65000; -70.17083 Coordinates: 44°39′0″N70°10′15″W / 44.65000°N 70.17083°W / 44.65000; -70.17083
Top elevation750
Base elevation400
Skiable area45 acres (18 ha)
Longest run2,200 feet (670 m)
Lift system 3
Snowfall 85 inches (220 cm)/year
Website www.titcombmountain.com

Titcomb Mountain is a ski hill located in Farmington, Maine, in the United States. It was established in 1939 and is run by the Farmington Ski Club. The mountain features a 350' vertical drop, 3 lifts (two T-Bars [1] and a Pony lift), 16 trails, snowmaking and night skiing. Titcomb is a popular local family mountain with an active children's ski school, racing and other activities.

Titcomb Mountain maintains 16 km of cross-country ski trails groomed for skate and classic skiing.

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  1. "Titcomb Mountain, ME". Liftblog. 30 April 2019. Retrieved 25 March 2021.