Ski Areas > US North East > Big Squaw, Maine



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.

Big Squaw has a comparatively modest set of slopes and few ski lifts. This ski resort has an average fraction of demanding ski slopes and an average percentage of blue and green slopes. This ski hill has 15 runs, and they are totally fun. This ski mountain has an elevation difference of 1,750 feet; Big Squaw makes
    the most of it all. The nearest ski area featuring a more towering altitude difference is 75 miles away. Big Squaw is a full-size ski area with a roughly average drop when compared to other east coast ski areas. There's 400 acres
of skiable land, and all of it makes for pleasant skiing. Getting a nice workout and getting out of the house for a while will make you feel nice. All of the 4 good ski lifts will get you up the hill efficiently. The unbelievable seasonal snowfall of 15 feet is one of the reasons this is such a good ski mountain. The seasonal snowfall is roughly average at this ski area. The gorgeous vista of the Maine mountains and the rush of rocketing down a slope make  
the trip here worthwhile. Whether you're skiing or snowboarding, in the vicinity, you'll discover loads of nice spots. You may have to settle for a hotel a bit far from the bottom of the hill if you want to stay for the night, but do reserve a room in advance of a trip in view of the fact that it is a very popular destination. Skiing and snowboarding here in Maine is loads of fun the whole winter. Nothing outclasses the Maine mountains during ski season; they are always great for snowboarding or skiing.


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 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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