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Most area ATV trails open for the season this weekend…

Most area ATV trails open for the season this weekend…

We stopped by the ATV clubhouse at the sled shed in Kingfield to talk with Jim Boyce about the ATV-ing in Kingfield…

Word from Tea Pond is OPEN!!!

Word from Tea Pond is OPEN!!!

A piece of paradise in the Maine wilderness is a place to go all year round BUT mud season, so after a short break they are open again! The road is dried out, the lawns have been raked and the docks and boats are in the water. Open Thursday May 17 – Saturday May 19th […]

Here’s a Local with Stories to Tell!

Here’s a Local with Stories to Tell!

Fred Townsend literally helped create the resort of Sugarloaf in its earliest days, as a local guy, whose Dad took care of the Coburn Gore Rd (that was a very rugged route to Canada in those days). They lived in that remote & beautiful wilderness, which is a great way to grow up TRULY outdoors!! […]

Off Mountain Dining Options

Off Mountain Dining Options

Plenty of options throughout the Maine High Peaks Region!          

The Stratton-Eustis Area

The Stratton-Eustis Area

      All year-round, there is plenty of activity north of Sugarloaf, too!  From a surprising variety of dining options to local stores and shops and live-music venues,  Stratton- Eustis is not only a great place to stock up on supplies for your adventures but also a great place to spend the day!

Stub spoke with WSKI a few years back

Stub spoke with WSKI a few years back

Stub Taylor cut trails on Sugarloaf Mtn. as a teenager under the direction of Amos Winter, & went on to be the head of the Ski Patrol for the better part of a half century.

Happy Tunes / Maine Kayak Expeditions

Happy Tunes / Maine Kayak Expeditions

As the ski tuning starts to wind down and we look ahead at the warmer seasons, it’s time to start thinking of some outdoor adventures. Lionel Hering of Happy Tunes stopped by to remind us about the “Tune and Store” package he offers as well as his guided wilderness kayak trips for teenagers. What a […]

Carving Snow… in a different way.

Carving Snow… in a different way.

Mark Jenson makes really cool snow sculptures. He’s also a really cool guy. We caught up with him to find out what makes him tic…or carve.

Shipyard & Three Rivers go together like Beer & Outdoors Adventures… that’s a no brainer!!

Shipyard & Three Rivers go together like Beer & Outdoors Adventures… that’s a no brainer!!

We were happy to host Bob Bergeron on our live show last weekend to share with viewers the good news about what’s happening with both the Shipyard Brewing folks & the Three Rivers rafting crew as the season’s change & other adventures begin. Nothing more fun in the summer than going down one of Maine’s […]

Homage to the demise of the long time Sugarloaf tradition of an Easter Parade…

Homage to the demise of the long time Sugarloaf tradition of an Easter Parade…

Used to be a big part of the Easter Holiday’s huge celebration at the Mtn. over the decades; from the adults who started with epic efforts 50 years ago, to the hundreds, probably thousands of kids who participated in the Annual Easter Parade as part of the Mountain Magic activities over the decades…. very sad […]