Shawnee Peak Announces Plans for a Wilderness Cabin

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New England’s premier night skiing destination adds another unique affordable, lodging option.

The beautiful view from the cleared cabin site

The beautiful view from the cleared cabin site. Nestled in wilderness it is sure to be a unique experience.

Visitors to Shawnee Peak will soon have another lodging option to choose from. The resort recently announced plans to build new wilderness cabins. The first cabin will be complete and available for rent this winter.

The four season cabin will feature a farmer’s porch offering stunning views of Mount Washington and the Presidential Mountains.Outdoor adventure and snow shoe access will be right at the front door during winter. Watch the leaves changing colors in the fall. Hike, pick blueberries or enjoy the beauty of summer outdoors in Maine – the cabin is sure to be a fun destination year round. The new cabin will sleep up to four, includes basic amenities and an outdoor fire pit.

Pleasant Mountain is already home to a mountain top yurt, which combines a rustic, back to nature feel with basic amenities. A round, fabric structure, the yurt is the perfect way to enjoy, and respect, the mountain. Built from Certified Sustainable Forestry wood, it also sleeps four, in two bunk beds and includes cookware and access to a fire pit.

Winter guests can utilize the ski lift during hours of operation to reach accommodation up on Pleasant Mountain. Or they can hike in to experience a true wilderness adventure.

About Shawnee Peak
Shawnee Peak remains the best destination in New England for nighttime skiing, with more after-dark skiing that anywhere else in the region. With a focus on affordability, they work hard to ensure their prices stay reasonable, allowing as many families as possible enjoy a ski vacation. Families can choose from a variety of accommodation types to suit their needs, from condominiums or guesthouses, to cabins or yurts. Shawnee Peak also offers wedding packages and real estate investment opportunities.


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Rachael Wilkinson
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