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Crusher talks up Burnt Mountain Cat Skiing…

Crusher talks up Burnt Mountain Cat Skiing…

It’s pretty safe to say that the snow conditions this past weekend were epic. One of the best early season conditions to date. Even better, was that this allowed the Burnt Mountain Cat Skiing operations to happen. Crusher (VP of Operations for Sugarloaf) sat down and gave us an update…

Sugarloaf Ski and Snowboard School’s Peter Howard

Sugarloaf Ski and Snowboard School’s Peter Howard

Peter Howard from the Sugarloaf Ski and Snowboard school joined us on the set to let us know about programs offered by the Ski and Snowboard school. Whether your a beginner or a seasoned expert skier or rider, it’s always a great idea to improve your skills on the hill… like the old saying goes, […]

Scentsations in Kingfield: The Feel Good Store!

Scentsations in Kingfield: The Feel Good Store!

Scentsations on Main st in Kingfield truly has something for everyone. Rose stopped by the set to show off some great products, and gift ideas, for the upcoming holiday. Check it out and stop by. Shop Local!

Kc’s Kreativity Center and the Holiday Gift Bazaar…

Kc’s Kreativity Center and the Holiday Gift Bazaar…

Karen Campbell stopped by to talk about her involvement in the Sugarloaf Holiday Gift Bazaar coming up December 15th & 16th. She also owns KC’s Kreativity Center which offers up Open Pottery Studio every Tuesday and Wednesday. A great place to think about picking up/creating some Holiday gifts!

What’s happening at the most popular Ski Bar by Far??

What’s happening at the most popular Ski Bar by Far??

Chase (& friends) stopped by to share what’s new with our viewers at the Rack, North America’s #1 Ski Bar (Outside Magazine 2013) Serving Questionable Locals… and those soon to be! Dinner or Drinks, Food or Fun. Young or old. Everyone is welcome. No reservations. Ping pong-Foosball-Pool-Darts-Game room. Your Sugarloaf experience is not complete without […]

Welcome to the WSKI ‘Family’, Casey Cote; we only exist because of our Sponsors

Welcome to the WSKI ‘Family’, Casey Cote; we only exist because of our Sponsors

Looking for Real Estate in the Maine High Peaks? Talk to the Bean Group representative in Eustis, Casey Cote, for the Insider’s Knowledge on what you need to know to find your next home, here. Personal attention, friendly service, local insight.. how we do it… Thanks for joining WSKI, Casey! Check out listings on Facebook: […]

Carrabassett Valley Trail crew: 2018 Year End

Carrabassett Valley Trail crew: 2018 Year End

It was a productive season for the Carrabassett Valley Mountain Bike Trail crew. We caught up with them to find out how the season went, what they got accomplished, as well what the future looks like… If you see these guys around give them a high five, buy them a beer and let them know […]

More from the Archives….”Won’t you become a familiar face here with us?”

More from the Archives….”Won’t you become a familiar face here with us?”

Another Saturday for memories… rain down country, snow here, Snowmaking starts up tonight for the duration w/ Opening next weekend! Many thanks to Brud Folger for the footage from late sixties? Old Valley Crossing look familiar?? Parker’s narration is still spot on. From the stretch pants, to Harry & Martha Baxter & John Christie’s skiing […]

Maine High Peaks Dining Options

Maine High Peaks Dining Options

‘Shoulder’season! Or PRE season. Whatever you call it, still plenty of options throughout the Maine High Peaks Region for eating out, & having fun!          

more Treasure from Chip’s Barn

more Treasure from Chip’s Barn

An interview with Amos Winter! Priceless though brief. And more early skiing, love the cruising down Sluice … so much to love about this old footage. The area businesses from Kingfield to Eustis all presented together as part of the offerings to attract visitors here more than 50 years ago. The more things change, the […]