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Big Squaw

  I love to ski at Big Squaw. Says Nina.

Big Squaw brings out the beauty of the mountains here in Maine in the winter. Says Bob.

This ski resort has 400 acres of skiing area, and all of it makes for perfect skiing. This ski mountain has an average part of tough trails and an average share of blue and green ski slopes. There are 4 great ski lifts here, and they make for a relaxing ride up the slope. The 1,750 feet of height difference is reasonably
    acceptable; it's enough to get some decent time on the slopes between lifts. Big Squaw is a full-size ski area featuring a vertical drop that's in the region of average compared to other east coast ski hills. The annual snowfall is
approximately average at this ski hill. This ski mountain has a rather small set of ski slopes and a somewhat modest quantity of ski lifts. The summits of Maine during ski season are always good for snowboarding and skiing. The natural loveliness of the Maine peaks and fabulous trails make the trip here worthwhile. The 15 ski trails at this ski hill are fun to ski on. Big Squaw has the greatest vertical drop for 75 miles. The striking 15 feet of yearly snowfall  
is sufficient for really nice depth. The close by rooms are a bit away from the base zone, but do book a room before you go since it is a very popular destination. Skiing and snowboarding in this part of the country is so much fun all snow season long. Getting a nice workout and an opportunity to spend some time in the fresh air attract people from all over. There's a ski run map of Big Squaw on this net page for your reference. You could be into skiing or snowboarding, or both, doesn't matter, this is a region with plenty of ski resorts for that.






      



 

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These outdoors activities are available near Big Squaw ski area.
 Ski Areas Near Big Squaw ski area:
Eaton Mountain, Maine , 51 miles away
   525 foot drop, 2 lifts, 15 runs
   50% Expert & Adv.
   25% Intermediate
   25% Beginner
New Hermon Mountain, Maine , 53 miles away
   360 foot drop, 3 lifts, 21 runs
   20% Expert & Adv.
   40% Intermediate
   40% Beginner
Camden, Maine , 74 miles away
   1150 foot drop, 3 lifts, 11 runs
   10% Expert & Adv.
   80% Intermediate
   10% Beginner
Sugarloaf USA, Maine , 75 miles away
   2820 foot drop, 15 lifts, 129 runs
   43% Expert & Adv.
   30% Intermediate
   27% Beginner
Titcomb, Maine , 78 miles away
   350 foot drop, 2 lifts, 15 runs
   33% Expert & Adv.
   33% Intermediate
   34% Beginner
Saddleback, Maine , 91 miles away
   2000 foot drop, 5 lifts, 64 runs
   34% Expert & Adv.
   30% Intermediate
   36% Beginner
 Whitewater Near Big Squaw ski area:
Roach River, Piscataquis County , 9 miles away, Class II-III - 6.5 miles long (Kokadjo to Moosehead lake)
Pleasant River - West Branch, Piscataquis County , 11 miles away, Class V - 4.7 miles long (Bear Brook to Long Pond Road)
Penobscot River - West Branch, Piscataquis County , 13 miles away, Class III-V - 17 miles long (Ripogenus Gorge to Debsconeag)
 Trails Near Big Squaw ski area:
Number Four Mountain Trail, Piscataquis , 7 miles away
Big Spencer Mountain Trail, Piscataquis , 8 miles away
Gulf Hagas Trail, Piscataquis , 12 miles away

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