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Big Squaw Ski Resort

Big Squaw Mountain

Facebook: January 13, 2017 at 07:16AM

Overnight winds have knocked down several trees in our area. We are currently experiencing a power outage and standing by. A delayed noontime opening is anticipated. Check back for more updates as we get them from CMP.
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at January 13, 2017 at 07:16AM

Facebook: January 05, 2017 at 06:31PM

Incredibly stoked to have Mason’s Brewing Co. headed our way for the second annual meet the brewers beer tasting & moonlit snowshoe event. We are hammering out the details for this evenings happenings and will post it all soon. Until then mark your calendars for Saturday, January 21!!
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at January 05, 2017 at 06:31PM

Facebook: January 01, 2017 at 07:04PM

Thank you to the 1,568 visitors that played with us in the snow this week. We will ski you again Friday – Sunday through January. Happy New Year! Cheers! #keepthedreamalive
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at January 01, 2017 at 07:04PM

Facebook: December 29, 2016 at 06:17AM

It’s race day!!!

High school teams from all across northern Maine will meet here today for some GS racing. Come cheer on the team, grab some lunch, make a snow angel. It’s going to be one of those days. Good luck to all the racers!
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at December 29, 2016 at 06:17AM

Facebook: December 26, 2016 at 07:32AM

New gear. Fresh snow on the way. 8 more full days of vacation fun to be found here above Moosehead Lake. Happy day after Friends!
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at December 26, 2016 at 07:32AM

Facebook: December 18, 2016 at 06:08AM

Opening Day 2016-2017. Early season conditions haven’t been this good since we took on this gig. What a great snow day to be back at the mountain with our Friends!
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at December 18, 2016 at 06:08AM

Facebook: December 15, 2016 at 06:54AM

ADOPT-A-CHAIR: Wether you are coming from or going to the mountain, make Breton’s your first or last stop. Pizza and munchies, gas for your tank and a large variety of beer and wine. You can grab and go or sit and chat with the locals. We thank the Breton’s family and Auntie M’s crew for their continued support!
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at December 15, 2016 at 06:54AM

Facebook: December 14, 2016 at 06:29AM

There are 4 things in life that every Maine kid should know. How to swim. How to paddle a canoe. How to ride a bike and how to ski. Help us live up to our mission to get kids outside to learn to ski affordably.

K-12 students are invited to join us Fridays, January 6, 13, 20, 27 and February 3 for a Friday afternoon of skiing. $15 includes equipment, rental and a group lessons starting at noon.

Please bring your own helmets if possible.

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Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at December 14, 2016 at 06:29AM

Facebook: December 13, 2016 at 09:47PM

As the seasons change and the temperatures fall, there is one thing on the minds and in the hearts of those of us who live and recreate here at Moosehead Lake, it’s ski season!!

The Friends of Squaw Mountain are diligently preparing to open the trails, the lift and the lodge for our 5th season. This is a labor of love and a passion we share to ensure that our kids, our families and our friends can join us on a mountain we love.

This is not a business. There is no town, county, state or federal funding. We rely on you, the Friends, businesses and organizations to help us maintain our quality of life here at Moosehead Lake. We need your help and support and can not do this without you. Squaw Mountain is one of the many features we offer that make our part of rural Maine unique. We love it here, but we love it that much more when we have an active, operational ski mountain in our backyard!

So dust off the skis and boards, it is almost time to ride the lift and make our way down our mountain, the most beautiful place on earth.

Keeping the Dream Alive,

Friends of Squaw Mountain

Tax deductible contributions can be sent to

Friends of Squaw
PO Box 307
Greenville Jct, ME 04442
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at December 13, 2016 at 09:47PM

Facebook: December 13, 2016 at 09:29PM

As the seasons change and the temperatures fall, there is one thing on the minds and in the hearts of those of us who live and recreate here at Moosehead Lake, it’s ski season!!

The Friends of Squaw Mountain are diligently preparing to open the trails, the lift and the lodge for our 5th season. This is a labor of love and a passion we share to ensure that our kids, our families and our friends can join us on a mountain we love.

This is not a business. There is no town, county, state or federal funding. We rely on you, the Friends, businesses and organizations to help us maintain our quality of life here at Moosehead Lake. We need your help and support and can not do this without you. Squaw Mountain is one of the many features we offer that make our part of rural Maine unique. We love it here, but we love it that much more when we have an active, operational ski mountain in our backyard!

So dust off the skis and boards, it is almost time to ride the lift and make our way down our mountain, the most beautiful place on earth.

Keeping the Dream Alive,

Friends of Squaw Mountain

Tax deductible contributions can be sent to

Friends of Squaw
PO Box 307
Greenville Jct, ME 04442
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at December 13, 2016 at 09:29PM