Over Shawnee Peak; the ski resort regains its historic name

Shawnee Peak said it was going back to its roots and bringing back its original name, Pleasant Mountain. The ski resort said the decision was made to honor the history of the ski area, as well as the mountain it sits on. given to the area in 1936 when the first trail was cut. The station says it will mark a new beginning for her as she looks to the future. In a note on their website, they add comments about a name change that showed overwhelming support. “Long before people struggled to strap skis to their feet, Pleasant Mountain watched over the Lake District of Maine. The name ‘Pleasant Mountain’ resonates throughout New England for generations of people who are come here, not just to ski and ride, but to traverse its peaks and enjoy the unique beauty of this region,” the resort said. Along with the name change, the resort also unveiled its new website and logo. just in time for the 2022-23 winter season.” It gives me great pleasure to return to our original name and also to know that this ski area is ready for a great future so that others can discover what many of us already have,” said general manager Ralph Lewis.

Shawnee Peak said it was going back to its roots and bringing back its original name, Pleasant Mountain.

The ski resort said the decision was made to honor the history of the ski area, as well as the mountain it sits on.

The name Pleasant Mountain was given to the area in 1936 when the first trail was cut. The station says it will mark a new beginning for her as she looks to the future.

In a note on their website, they add comments about a name change that showed overwhelming support.

“Long before people struggled to strap skis to their feet, Pleasant Mountain watched over the Lake District of Maine. The name ‘Pleasant Mountain’ resonates throughout New England for generations of people who are come here, not just to ski and ride, but to hike its peaks and enjoy the unique beauty of this region,” the resort said.

Along with the name change, the resort also unveiled its new website and logo just in time for the 2022-23 winter season.

“It gives me great pleasure to return to our original name and also to know that this ski area is ready for a great future so that others can experience what many of us already have,” said the director. General Ralph Lewis.