2020-2021  PROGRAMS – Healthy Fun For All!


Titcomb Mountain is owned and operated by the Farmington Ski Club, which is very unique in the snowsports world.  For over 80 years club members have run all aspects of Titcomb by volunteering their time and energy to help keep the families of the area healthy and enjoying life-long winter sports.  A Board of Directors governs Titcomb, and there is also a non-profit 501-C-3 Foundation.  The manager, mechanical person and commissary manager are hired by the BOD.  Lift attendants are also hired.  Most everyone else is volunteering!

+  You are a Farmington Ski Club (FSC) member if you have purchased your Titcomb season pass.  Look for the lower price on programs if you are a member.

Nordic is cross-country skiing on the tracked trails through the woods, fields, and around the top of the mountain.

Alpine Ski is downhill skiing on the groomed, lift serviced trails

Alpine Snowboard is snowboard riding on the groomed, lift serviced trails

+  Rentals are available daily at the mountain from Northern Lights, or lease for the season from Ski Depot.

+  Deadline:  Check each program for their deadline.   SnowCats and Riders Club have separate applications and deadlines.  If it is past your program deadline, check for availability. You may be able to join in.

Some programs have maximum enrollment numbers.  Completed applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, then placed on a wait list if necessary.

Scholarships are available; if finances are an obstacle to participation, please ask us

Please be nice, be on time, and help out as much as you can.   Program volunteers are contributing their time to make Titcomb enjoyable for all.

Here is a brief summary of the offered programs. For more detailed information please go to the individual program pages.


Grade K-4   SnowCats Alpine Ski Program

Tuesday/Thursday after-school program staffed and run by University of Maine Farmington Fitness & Rec Center and Alpine Operations Certificate Program for first time beginner to advanced skiers.

5 week program (10 classes) starting Tuesday, Jan 24 through March 5  (February Break Optional)  Tuesday & Thursdays  4:00 – 6:00 PM
FSC member – $50; Non-member – $90
Register at the UMF Fitness Center

Contact person: Scott Hoisington – Phone:  778-7151     Email:  james.hoisington@maine.edu


Grade K-8   Bill Koch Nordic Ski Program

Monday after-school Nordic program run by FSC volunteers for first time beginner to advanced skiers.  It is recommended that participants have their own wax or no-wax skis, or leasing for the season is available. Rentals are available on-site.  If renting,  parents should plan to have equipment picked up and ready before the first meeting.

7 week program starting January 4, 3:45 PM    Reg Deadline: Dec 31
$30 for members, $45 for non-members otherwise. No enrollment limit.

Bill Koch Program Page


Age 6-18  Saturday Alpine Ski and Age 8-18 Snowboard Program

Saturday morning program run by FSC volunteers for first time beginner to advanced skiers and snowboarders.  Participants are divided into groups by a combination of age and skill level.

8 weeks of one-hour classes at 10:00 am or 11:30, starting on January 2
FSC members – $40;  Non-members $125, which includes an all-day lift ticket.
$15 all-day rentals available—please pre-fit child for equipment one week prior to first class.             Registration deadline: Dec 31;  Enrollment limited to 50 students,

Saturday Ski & Snowboard School Page


Grade 1-5   B.F.A.S.T.  Buddy Werner revised and now part of F.A.S.T.!

Saturday afternoon program run by qualified coaches.  An introduction to alpine ski racing for those wanting to go on to a race team or for those  who just want to try skiing on a race course.  Skiers must be able to ride the T-bar and ski confidently down the main slope. There will be at least 4 fun races during the 8 sessions.

8 weeks starting January 2.   1:00  – 2:30 pm
FSC members – $30;   Non-members – $30 (does not include lift ticket)
Reg Deadline: December 31st

More Information Coming Soon for 2020/2021


Age 4 – 18   Park Pals – Freestyle                                                                                                                                       

Park Pals provides the opportunity for all snowboarders and twin
tips skiers to ride, train and learn tricks in the terrain park with experienced coaches/instructors.

This program is structured to take each skier and riders goals, build each session around those goals and accomplish them! Instructors will also be compiling picture and video footage of all participants to display their progression to friends and family.

Come join our crew and see how much fun you can have in the Titcomb Mt.
Terrain Park.
This program is designed for skiers and snowboarders who can ski and ride independently.

Pricing – $30 – FSC Members or $75 – Non members

For more information contact: Titcomb Lodge – 778-9031 or Email: info@titcombmountain.com

Park Pals Program Page


Grade 3-6    Nana Webber Ski and Snowboard Program 

Tuesdays & Thursday after-school program run by FSC volunteers for first time beginner to advanced skiers and snowboarders.  No shuttle bus available this year.  Parents must drop off and pick up their children after class.

3-week program starting January 12;  4:00 – 5:00 PM
FREE – Thanks to the Killington World Cup Foundation

First come, first served with completed applications. Limited to 30 participants.

Nana Webber Program Page


Grade 4-8    F.A.S.T. Farmington Area Ski Team (Alpine and Nordic)

Monday through Thursday (and some Saturdays) after-school program staffed  by FSC coaches.  Offers an introduction and participation in Alpine slalom and giant slalom ski racing and/or Nordic  classic and skate ski racing.  Group and individual coaching will be provided in a positive and supportive environment.  Competition will include races against teams from area communities and schools. The goal of each practice is to make outdoor exercise and skiing fun.  We will build upon physical fitness, ski skills knowledge and enjoyment of the sport to prepare each skier for the next level.  The emphasis will be the participation in practice and races are a culmination of practice.

December 7 – End of February . Registration deadline is during the first week of practice.  2:30—4:30 PM  (start time depends on school release time)

Cost: Farmington Ski Club Membership  required.

$75 program fee.

$110 program fee for those doing both F.A.S.T. Alpine and F.A.S.T. Nordic

Contact: Alpine – Monica Clark 778-5648        Nordic – Tony Ramsey 491-6657

Below is the link to download the application for all the Farmington Ski Club programs.

FAST Program Page


Grade 9-12  Mt. Blue High School Ski Team (Nordic and Alpine)                      

Please get information from Mt. Blue High School



The Foundation will be focusing its fundraising efforts to support children in the various learn-to-ski programs at Titcomb.  These programs enrolled well over 200 children last year in both nordic and alpine classes. However, despite lowered costs of membership, skiing and riding may still be out of reach for some families and that is where we hope to help.  This season we will be expanding scholarship offerings to any child, who is eligible for the free or reduced lunch program, to signup for any of our learn-to-ski programs. This goes beyond tuition scholarships by including equipment rentals through a partnership with Northern Lights Hearth & Sports. The Foundation scholarships offered for the various programs are as follows:

Nana Webber              100% tuition & full rentals

Bill Koch                      100% tuition & full rentals

Buddy Werner           50% tuition & full rentals (lift ticket not included)

Saturday Ski School   50% tuition & full rentals

Alpine SnowCats        Full rentals

FAST                               100% tuition

If you are interested, or know anybody that is interested, PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND COMPLETE THIS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION:

2020-2021 Foundation Scholarship 

The scholarship application should be submitted along with a Titcomb Mtn Program application. Space is limited in each program and is dependent on the availability of volunteer instructors.


Private Lessons

We also offer private ski and snowboard lessons for all ages and abilities.  Reservations are requested at least 48 hours in advance to allow time to schedule an instructor that suits your goals

Please Call 207-778-9031 to make a reservation

  • First Time Lessons
  • Advanced Lessons
  • Freestyle Ski & Snowboard Lessons

Cost: Children and adult lessons: $30 per student.




Please be nice, be on time, and help out as much as you can.

Program volunteers are contributing their time to make Titcomb enjoyable for all.