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Big Squaw Mountain
Big Squaw Mountain
Thursday, February 27, 2020
Submitted on February 27, 2020 by newenglandskier13 (382 Rating382)
Session SessionFull Day
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeDiscount from Ski Area
Lift Lines Lift Lines0 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions99% open; Powder, Powder
Glades GladesLots of fun! Most of the "glades" are narrow paths through the woods.
Moguls Mogulsnone
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)Nice park setup
Run of the Day Run of the DaySaint John
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageGood chili & mac + cheese
Comments CommentsToday we headed north for our first visit to Big Squaw in Greenville. About 4 inches of new snow had fallen by the time we arrived, and it was dry and light. Snow accumulated throughout the day, and there was about a foot of light powder by day's end. The morning was windy, but it wasn't as bad in the afternoon. The current setup has a good variety of terrain and a nice base lodge. There are lots of intermediate cruising trails, and some nice paths through the woods. The area skis bigger than the stats would suggest, and the light crowds meant that we could ski untracked snow run after run. Saint John was one of my favorite runs, it was narrow and swooped through the forest with interesting fall lines. Penobscot was interesting because it ran under the abandoned double and past the abandoned upper lodge and hotel. There was actually an option to ski under the bridge which connected the old lodge to the hotel. With the fun terrain, and deep, dry snow, today was likely within this season's top 3 days.
Link URLhttp://snowjournal.com/discussion/2752/big-squaw-2-27-2020/p1?new=1
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