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Titcomb Mountain Ski Area: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Submitted on March 22, 2018 by newenglandskier13 (218 Rating218)
Session SessionAfternoon
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeRetail Price
Lift Lines Lift Lines0 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions100% open; Wet Packed Powder, Wet Powder
Glades GladesVery fun with excellent cover
Moguls MogulsSoft mogul field on skier's left of The Main
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)Excellent and well maintained park set up. They even have a small cross course
Run of the Day Run of the DayLittle Jumper
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageNone had
Comments CommentsYesterday I visited UMaine Farmington and spent an hour and a half skiing Titcomb in the afternoon. I showed up just as it opened at 3:00 and it was obvious that there was a ton of snow there. There were no bare patches and nothing looked thin at all. All trails were open, but only the #2 T-Bar was running. This T-bar is a Constam, originally built in 1953 at Cannon and was a smooth ride. This meant that to access the trails on skier's right, you had to walk uphill a bit at the top and at the base to get back. It was relatively busy and there was sometimes a line to get on the lift. The snow was excellent packed powder with everything ungroomed being wet powder. The mountain has an excellent variety of terrain, more than what would be expected from a mountain of that size. There was a good terrain park, nice beginner terrain, fun glades, soft moguls on The Main, and some very steep and narrow stuff towards skier's right. The T-bar was fast and I was able to get in a good number of runs at this fun smaller area. It's very cheap and I recommend stopping in
Link URLhttp://snowjournal.com/discussion/1828/titcomb-mountain-3-21-2018
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