Nordic Skiing, Snowshoeing & Fat Biking
Lost Valley is home to 10 kilometers of Nordic (cross country) trails expertly maintained in partnership with the Auburn Nordic Ski Association (ANSA). Trails may be accessed any day from 8am, with tickets available in the main lodge ticket window during regular Alpine hours, or in the business office when Alpine operations are closed.
Trail conditions are posted on the ANSA website
For safety, Nordic skiers should stay along the bottom of the base area – do not ski on alpine trails especially while groomers are at work. Skiing after dark is permitted, but trails are not lighted, so bring your own headlamp and a cell phone, and ski at your own risk. Click here for Nordic Trail Conditions
Purchase an all-day Snowshoe pass at the Lost Valley Ticket Counter and access our 5 kilometers of natural snowshoe trails. All Day passes are $6 per person, Snowshoe Rentals are also available for $15 all-day rental. Please keep snowshoe traffic to snowshoe and snowmobile trails only. Please do not use snowshoes on the Nordic Trails. For up to date trail status go to https://www.auburnnordicski.org/conditions For a complete list of trail rules go to https://www.auburnnordicski.org/rules
Fuel up before or after your ride at our brewpub
Fat Bike around the Lost Valley Region!
Lost Valley, in conjunction with Central Maine NEMBA & the Perkins Ridge Sno-Travelers is please to offer free trail access for fat biking on our network of area fat bike trails on and off of Lost Valley’s property. Our Fat Bike Network can be accessed either via the lower lot (right hand side after passing the gate) or the snowmobile trail on your left as you drive in on the access road. Trail Maps are coming soon!