The state in the US where you could ski during the eclipse


On April 8th, there was a total eclipse that could only be seen from a few ski resorts around the world – two of them were in Maine.

It felt really lucky to be there. The total eclipse was only visible from a few ski resorts across the world, all in the northeastern US and Canada. On April 8th, I had a fantastic ski day in Maine, with clear skies and warm weather, right on top of a mountain.

What made it even better was that a surprise snowstorm had covered the mountain with fresh snow a few days earlier, making the skiing conditions perfect.

I drove for about three hours from my home in Portland, Maine, to get to these ski resorts deep in the forest. People from all over the country came to see the eclipse, probably passing by a large meteorite on display at Portland International Jetport in honor of the event.

Saddleback and Sugarloaf ski resorts, located deep in the woods of Maine, were among the few places in the US where you could see the total eclipse. These areas are famous for their beautiful landscapes, which are perfect for outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, camping, and, of course, skiing.

Skiing in Maine is all about exploring nature, and on April 8th, it felt like we were exploring the cosmos too.

Reaching the summit of Saddleback Mountain was quite a journey. After skiing to the top of the mountain, I hiked for another half a mile to get to the perfect spot to watch the eclipse. When I got there, I was amazed by the stunning view and the sense of community among the other skiers.

Watching the eclipse was an incredible experience. As the sky went dark and then bright again, the temperature dropped, and the wind picked up, creating a surreal atmosphere.

It made me think about how people must have felt thousands of years ago when they saw eclipses without knowing what was happening. It’s a reminder of the wonders of nature and the mysteries of the universe.


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