The Camden Snow Bowl triple chairlift will be open Sundays in October, to give community members and visitors views of fall colors on the ride to the summit of Ragged Mountain.

Located on the coast in the heart of Midcoast Maine, the Snow Bowl's triple chairlift will be operating from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., beginning Oct. 7. The ride up the mountain offers scenic views of fall foliage and of the Penobscot Bay, and exceptional photo opportunities.

Chairlift rides are $10 for adults, $5 for children, 6 and under, and include a hiking map provided at the ticket table.

Mountain bikers are welcome to bring their bikes and discover the popular trails used by local riders. Bike trail maps are available for $2, courtesy of the Midcoast Chapter of New England Mountain Bike Association.

Those who travel with a kayak or canoe will find access to the 55-acre Hosmer Pond at theĀ  boat launch along the entrance drive to the Snow Bowl. Anglers are welcome to bring a fishing pole and cast a line.

Sunday mornings in October begin with a pancake breakfast, served by the Ragged Mountain Ski and Snowboard Club, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. The cost of breakfast is by donation, and Ski Club members will be on hand to sign up new members and talk about the organization and the many activities they sponsor to support the the Camden Snow Bowl's programs and the community.

Snow Bowl Season Passes at early bird rates can be purchased onsite Sundays, during the chairlift rides. For more information about fall foliage chairlift rides and the Camden Snow Bowl, visit camdensnowbowl.com.