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Big Squaw Ski Resort

Big Squaw Mountain

Facebook: December 04, 2016 at 07:20PM

The first slope side Farm Table will be offered on January 7th beginning at 6PM. A prix fixe 5 course menu at $80 per person is in formulation. Please inquire at the Northwoods Gourmet Girl FB page or by calling 207.570.8112 to reserve your spot soon!
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at December 04, 2016 at 07:20PM

Facebook: November 09, 2016 at 05:25PM

Today transparency is more important that ever.

Last year, your generous support provided $145,838 in donations, lift ticket & season pass sales, rentals, lessons and fund raising events. Your money was pooled and we put it to work, the best way we possibly could. Together, we create the opportunity for us all to ski at our local mountain affordably. Here is the break down on where your money goes.

$55,714 Wages for Local Employees & Contractors
$25,000 Prinoth BR-350 Loan Payments
$24,307 Lift, Groomer & Lodge Repairs
$21,780 4 Used Snow Guns
$14,470 Liability, Grooomer & Lodge Insurance
$13,226 Payroll Taxes & Comp Insurance
$11,572 Utilities & Groomer Fuel
$ 9,717 Supplies for Ski Shop & Lodge
$ 3,315 Bank Charges & Legal Fees
$ 2,751 Advertising
$ 2,000 Surface (Pony) Lift
$ 1 Mountain Lease

$183,853 Total Expenses Last Year

Our current debt load as we start the 2016-2017 ski season is -$21,000, (specifically from our snowmaking improvements)

As we prepare for the 5th upcoming ski season, we rely on your support. Our mission continues to promote, preserve and protect the future of downhill skiing & racing at Big Squaw Mountain here at Moosehead Lake. Now, more than ever we strive to keep local and visiting families out on the snow at our beautiful, backyard mountain. Skiing brings out the best in people and the community. There is no better place and no better people than those that are found right here at Moosehead Lake!

We can not thank you enough as we look to the future.

Keeping the Dream Alive,

Amy Lane
Noel Wolforth
Rodney Folsom
Kevin Springer
Jennifer Goodrich

Friends of Squaw Mountain
PO Box 307
Greenville Jct, Maine 04442

friendsofsquaw@gmail.com via PayPal

*** Chair Sponsorships are up for renewal and due on December 1. Your banner will be in place for December 17, Opening Day***
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/137714546384371 at November 09, 2016 at 05:25PM

Facebook: October 22, 2016 at 08:33AM

LODGE SPONSOR: Thank you to the generous folks at the Moosehead Yacht Club for supporting us with another lodge sponsorship. This donation supports the ongoing expenses associated with keeping the lodge open for guests to enjoy. Look for an honorable plaque in the lodge to acknowledge your gift. Thank you!! http://www.mlyc.me
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at October 22, 2016 at 08:33AM

Facebook: October 02, 2016 at 09:26PM

DESIGN HELP WANTED: For a new cross country trail map.

Our Friends Caleb Buerger and Jeff Haack have the majority of the cross country trails cleared and ready for snow :)

We will be planning a bridge work day soon. This new bridge will complete the blue trail loop that leads from the pumphouse down to the old farm and mountain view pond. Let us know if you would like to get involved in this project.

Map Draft courtesy of John Bohl
Kate Baldwin and Amy Lane Photos
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at October 02, 2016 at 09:26PM

Facebook: June 18, 2016 at 07:22PM

What is the best way to hike our summit? The trailhead is accessible from North Road off Route 6/15. Plan 3-4 hours for this 4.8 mile climb. The views of Moosehead Lake and our lodge are incomparable.
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at June 18, 2016 at 07:22PM

Facebook: March 10, 2016 at 07:28PM

Northwoods Gourmet Girl is grateful to have had the opportunity to serve you this ski season. We hope you’ve enjoyed the food and changes we were able to make. We had a great time meeting you and appreciate all the kindness we received. Stay tuned for what’s next!

Many thanks,

Abby Freethy & NWGG staff
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at March 10, 2016 at 07:28PM

Facebook: March 05, 2016 at 08:41AM

Ropes just dropped on St John for the first time all season!
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at March 05, 2016 at 08:41AM

Facebook: February 25, 2016 at 10:10AM

Mountain Update: February 25, 2016
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Mild temperatures and mixed precipitation has kept us on our edges all season. Squaw Mountain will remain CLOSED through Friday, February 26th. This will allow time for cooler temperatures and better grooming opportunities in anticipation of the Weyerhaeuser Timber Classic race on Saturday, February 27th. This is an open race for all ages. Registration begins at 8:30am and racing starts at 10am.

Keep your tips up!

The Friends of Squaw Mountain
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at February 25, 2016 at 10:10AM

Facebook: February 20, 2016 at 07:41AM

It’s snow-day Saturday! The snow is falling and the groomer is out. We will be dropping ropes on Roach and Lower Squaw Brook today, opening up more trails. Live music will fill the lodge starting at 2pm today and a delicious apres menu will be served until 6pm. It will be great day to play in the snow with us!!
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at February 20, 2016 at 07:41AM

Facebook: February 18, 2016 at 07:55AM

Sadly, we will not be able to offer any ski or board lessons today as we has planned. Conditions are just too hard and fast for beginners. We are open at 9am on our bread and butter Kennebec Trail. The Kennebec is the oldest trail on the mountain and where the story began 52 years ago. It offers views for miles.
Updated from The Friends of Squaw Mountain http://ift.tt/1EpM7lq at February 18, 2016 at 07:55AM