is once again Pleasant Mountain
The Return to Pleasant Mountain
This season, we return to the original name of our ski area—the name it carried when the first trail was cut in 1936—to celebrate the mountain and the ski area's history, as well as to mark a new beginning as we look forward to the future of Pleasant Mountain.
Pleasant Mountain supporters were the catalyst for our change. They remained vigilant, vocal, and enthusiastic. Their opinions were validated when feedback gathered in a spring survey was overwhelmingly in support of bringing back the original name.
And so as of September 14, 2022, we are pleased to welcome you back to Pleasant Mountain.
Long before people ever endeavored to strap skis to their feet, Pleasant Mountain stood watch over the Lake Region of Maine.
The name "Pleasant Mountain" resonates throughout New England for generations of people who have come here, not just to ski and ride, but to hike its summits and enjoy the unique beauty of this region.
It is a landmark, a destination, and a special place.
Like Pleasant Mountains' name change, our new logo is inspired by Maine, our rich history in skiing, and the natural beauty of the Lake Region we call home.
We started with the majestic red pine tree since it is one of the oldest trees in Maine and is well-known to visitors and locals.
The Polar Star pays homage to our Maine heritage and Pleasant Mountain's stunning year-round vistas.
The skyline "wave" serves as our backbone and draws direct inspiration from the environment that surrounds us and what makes Pleasant Mountain special to everyone.
We offer a direct-to-lift experience with RFID ticketing – advanced online purchasing is encouraged so you can bypass the ticket window and get straight up on the slopes!
Ticket packs offer flexibility and deep savings when purchasing multiple days of mountain access throughout the season.
Select the days, times or price that suits you. Unlimited Season Passes get sister resort benefits at Loon, Sunday River and Sugarloaf during the 2022-2023 season.