Let me be very clear, I'm not a skier or boarder in any sense of those words. However, I am wicked-good at riding the chairlift up and down the mountain. I can even do that without falling down!

If you're into skiing or boarding during Maine's incredible (and typically long) winters, then you are no stranger to the largest, and most popular, ski mountain in all of Maine, and likely New England.

Surgarloaf Mountain is home to some of the sickest slopes and freshest pow-pow (do people actually say that, or?) this side of the ol' Mississippi. And if you're gonna be visiting for more than a day, you'll likely need a place to stay.

A quick search on just about any travel site will quickly produce loads of results for local accommodations, but I think we may have just landed on one of the best ones.

Situated in the heart of Carrabssett Valley, this A-Frame has all the amenities of home and then some to make your whole family, or skiing crew, feel right at home. According to a brief description from Air Bnb's website,

This oversized A-frame features 3 bedrooms and an entertainment room for everyone to enjoy! It's walking distance to Tufulios Restaurant and Bar as well as the Maine Huts & Trails System. Access the trails year round by foot, snowshoe or cross country skis. The snowmobile trail ITS115 is also accessed directly across the road on Route 27.

The house can comfortably sleep six (split the cost!) and features a massive billiards table, several bedrooms and a huge living room/kitchen space. And, if you didn't get enough of the cold air on the slopes, there's even an outdoor entertaining area.

At a cost averaging about $322 per night, splitting this rental 6 ways would only be $53 bucks a night per person. But don't take our word for it, just check out these photos.

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