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Camden Snow Bowl


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The Camden Snow Bowl on 1,300' Ragged Mountain is just a short drive from picturesque Camden harbor. Nowhere else in the East can you glide down challenging ski slopes while enjoying a thrilling ocean vista unknown to other Eastern slopes. Ten trails are served by a 3,100' double chairlift, two T-bars, including the longest in the state - 4,088', and a new 200' Mitey Mite handle tow lift for beginners. Major trails are equipped with snowmaking and lighting. The Snow Bowl also offers a Tubing Hill and Toboggan Chute. Please visit our website for more details.


Address: 20 Barnestown Rd.
Phone: (207) 236-3438
Our Website:www.CamdenSnowBowl.com/

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