Mt. Abram

Mt. Abram

With five lifts, 1,150 feet of vertical, and mostly intermediate runs, Abram has its devoted fans and is still rather forgiving with beginners. The hill instituted the state’s first boundary-to-boundary policy years back, and since 2012 it’s been run on a cooperative model by the Mountain Rider’s Alliance, which takes a minimalist approach to resort infrastructure.

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