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Photo courtesy of Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation

Photo courtesy of Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation

Photo courtesy of Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation

Photo courtesy of Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation

Visitors must quarantine or provide a negative COVID-19 test within 3 days of arrival in Maine. Visitors from New Hampshire and Vermont are currently exempt. We encourage you to check websites for your destinations before visiting for the latest health and safety guidelines in place.

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Winter Adaptive Sports

In Maine, we’re committed to ensuring that everyone can get outside and celebrate our beautiful winters. Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation is dedicated to helping adults and children with disabilities enjoy winter sports in Maine. They offer free programs for downhill skiing, ski racing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and Nordic skiing.

The free lessons, which include your lift ticket or trail pass, equipment, and instruction are held at locations throughout Maine, including Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Black Mountain of Maine, Pineland Farms, and Bethel Village Trails.

Wounded warriors can join winter programs offered by Veterans Adaptive Sports & Training (VAST) at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. VAST offers snowshoeing, Nordic pole walking and Nordic skiing to veterans with disabilities.

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Right now, residents of New Hampshire & Vermont can travel to Maine without providing a negative COVID-19 test result or quarantining.

Learn how our safe travel protocols are helping ensure everyone's visit is a safe one.