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Flagstaff Snowmobile Rentals: Grand Falls Trip

Flagstaff Snowmobile Rentals: Grand Falls Trip

One of the best ways to explore the Maine High Peaks region from a different perceptive is by snowmobile. There are tons of great loops trails and destinations to local waterfalls, natural features and well as local area establishments! We took a trip out to Grand Falls and it was AWESOME. Flagstaff Snowmobile Rentals on […]

Update on CV matters w/ Town Meeting coming up on March 13

Update on CV matters w/ Town Meeting coming up on March 13

Carrabassett Valley is unique in so many ways with its incorporation coming after the Mountain became a ski area; so we tend to look at things differently than the average NE Town even tho that most prized of representations of true democracy, the good old fashioned New England Town Meetings which are part of the […]

Karl’s Kids

Karl’s Kids

We are seeing these kids grow up with their annual visit to WSKI; please support Karl’s Kids events this weekend at Sugarloaf. Races on Boardwalk, silent auction, food, drinks and much more happen all for a great cause… karlskids.org

Winterkids Downhill 24 is happening right now!

Winterkids Downhill 24 is happening right now!

Check out the video… The Downhill 24 is a team ski and snowboard challenge & fundraiser to benefit WinterKids. Teams compete to see who can not only raise the most in fundraising for WinterKids – but also see who has what it takes to spend a full 24 hours on the slopes. Participants can ski […]

Know Before You Go: Off the Mountain Things to Do, Places to Go!

Know Before You Go: Off the Mountain Things to Do, Places to Go!

WSKI’s sponsors keep us on the air and we couldn’t stay #1 for all these years without their support, so when out & about, please support them, too!! From eats to treats, summer beverages to winter’s joy. With a variety of things to do and places to visit further afield in the Maine High Peaks, en […]

A windy one in Carrabassett Valley…

A windy one in Carrabassett Valley…

Winds reached 171 mph at the top of Mt. Washington on Monday. Winds were high enough here to cause the communications tower at the 4237′ summit to topple over. Woah. So, as you can imagine the lifts are on wind hold and they’ll be some big snowdrifts for the groomers to push through later. There’s […]

Happy Tunes at Valley Crossing

Happy Tunes at Valley Crossing

We stopped by Happy Tunes at Valley Crossing and Jen gave us a walk through of some of the hot items and services available at Happy Tunes…

Keeping the Tradition Alive! Sam Morse, Coach Cochrane, welcome home!

Keeping the Tradition Alive! Sam Morse, Coach Cochrane, welcome home!

Maine & Sugarloaf, particularly, has a rich history of alpine skiing excellence despite our State’s fame being more for lighthouses than our beautiful Mountains. Now local grown Sam Morse is on the World’s stage & his coach while at CVA, Chip Cochrane, is right there to help him be the best & fastest he can […]

Control is safe in Kat’s hands…

Control is safe in Kat’s hands…

Behind the Lifties who you see every time you ride a lift, there’s so many more people behind the scenes orchestrating the Operations on the Mountain! We share Admin’s basement w/ the core of the army; Lifts, Patrol Central, Grooming & Terrain Park headquarters. Lift Control’s Kat Monk came by to share what it takes […]

February Vacation Week Activities at Sugarloaf

February Vacation Week Activities at Sugarloaf

Jen Reese, Sugarloaf Events Manager stopped by to let us in on all of the weekly activities offered this week at Sugarloaf. Check it out and Have some fun!