At a Glance
- Trails: 9
- Beginner: 4
- Intermediate: 5
- Lifts: 1
- Vertical Drop: 1,750 feet
- Snowmaking: No – Planned for winter 2013/2014
- Night skiing: No – Planned for winter 2013/2014
- Website: Big Squaw Mountain
- Hours of operation: To Be Announced
First opened in 1963, Big Squaw Mountain has also been known as Moose Mountain or Big Moose Mountain. The ski area operated until it went out of business in 2010. As of January of 2013, the Friends of Squaw Mountain, a non profit corporation, have reopened the lower portion of the ski area.
Full-day, half-day, and kid rentals are available.
Ski lessons will be available weekends, vacations and holidays.
Lift tickets are priced for adults (13+) for either a full or half day. Children tickets are one price for a full or half day.
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Big Squaw Mountain Resort
447 Ski Resort Road
Greenville, ME 04442