The Bad News: We lost the final drive in our groomer Friday morning. The technician and parts are on order, but repairs are costly. Do to the low snow conditions and combined with the inability to groom, we have decided to remain closed Saturday (1/24) and Sunday(1/25) until repairs are made. The Good News: It’s a great weekend to go fishing or riding or skating. We still have lots of ski days ahead of us! Thank you for your understanding. Have a great weekend Friends.
Friday — Sunday 09:00 – 4:00, plus Martin Luther King Day.
We’ll be open from Feb. 13th – 22nd 9am-4pm, come visit us to get out of the house!
Hours and operations subject to change due to weather or equipment.
If you can’t make it this week, you can still be with us in spirit. Buy a tee shirt, sticker or hat to keep us in mind from The Friends of Squaw Mountain. If you still need to purchase a season pass, it can now be done online.
Chairs are still available on the lift for chair sponsorships. This transaction can also take place online.
Thanks for keeping the mountain alive!
See you soon,
The Friends of Squaw Mountain.
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.
Help keep this one-of-a-kind gem operational with your donation! We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Donations are tax deductible starting February 2012.
We’ve made it even easier to help keep the mountain alive. Using PayPal you can now contribute monthly to help support the mountain.
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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