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Big Squaw Ski Resort

Big Squaw Mountain

We’re almost ready for this season.

Are you?

We’re getting things ready at the mountain for another great season of skiing with our friends and neighbors.  Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be busy getting the lodge and trails spick-and-span for when the snow finally flies.  Once we have enough snow to make skiing feasible you’ll be hearing about an opening date for this season.  Make sure you hear the date by liking us on Facebook or signing up for the email notifications.  If you still need to purchase a season pass, it can now be done online.  You can still get a tee shirt, sticker or hat to hold you over until we open from The Friends of Squaw Mountain.

Thanks for keeping the mountain alive!
See you soon,
The Friends of Squaw Mountain.

Mission Statement:

The Friends of Squaw Mountain became a non profit corporation with the goal of sharing the Squaw Mountain experience that has been celebrated and loved by many. Squaw is a community mountain for youth and families to ski & ride affordably, as well as learn to ski, ride & race. We embrace the history that once was, while working together to make the future of our mountain a resort for the family. We look forward to skiing the view with you.

Financial Contributions:

Help keep this one-of-a-kind gem operational with your donation! We’re seeking a 501(c)(3) non-profit status because operating a community mountain in the ski industry is expensive.

We’ve made it even easier to help keep the mountain alive.  Using PayPal you can now contribute monthly to help support the mountain.

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If you would prefer to make a one time donation of any amount, use this button! You’ll be asked to enter the amount you’d like to donate.

Located deep in the woods of Maine’s Piscataquis County on the shores of the great Moosehead Lake, Squaw Mountain’s lower mountain area is open for business. Come SKI THE VIEW!

See you on the mountain!

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