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Snowmobiling, you ask??? We’ve got that, too; word on the trails is the riding is great!!

Snowmobiling, you ask??? We’ve got that, too; word on the trails is the riding is great!!

Stratton / Eustis is home to the Arnold Trail Snowmobile Club, Maine’s largest, & the head groomer is also the Club president as well as owner of the Pines Market, where if they don’t have it, you don’t need it! Not a regular snowmobiler??? You don’t know what you’re missing!! …but you can definitely find […]

Sugarloaf Fat Tire Day 2-10-18

Sugarloaf Fat Tire Day 2-10-18

Sugarloaf’s annual Fat Tire Day was held on February 10th, 2018 at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center and was a ton of fun. The day included free demos, guided rides, live music from The Freemont Street String Band and refreshments from Baxter Brewing co. The day also included the Fat Tire Race which participants were able […]

New England Blind & VI Ski Festival

New England Blind & VI Ski Festival

NEVI*Fest starts here at Sugarloaf tonight with a welcome party for 3 days of skiing with experienced volunteer instructors and guides. There will be a chance to try out skills on the Race Course, try cross country skiing as well as join in other activities during the evenings. There will also be a course for […]

West Mtn’s original horse barn is now a hub of manufacturing: Winterstick’s story

West Mtn’s original horse barn is now a hub of manufacturing: Winterstick’s story

WSKI had Seth Wescott & Tom Fremont Smith as our guests recently to share w/ viewers the very cool developments here in Carrabassett, tucked away over by the golf course, where the most beautiful custom built world-class snowboards & now skis, too, are being crafted here in the Maine High Peaks. Founded in 1972 in […]

Hungry? Here’s a few Options on the Mountain; these businesses help keep WSKI on the air. Thank you.

Hungry? Here’s a few Options on the Mountain; these businesses help keep WSKI on the air. Thank you.

Important Info To Know! We cater to all tastes, literally, year-round! When you play outside, you work up a wicked appetite. We want you to know what the choices are in our region, to find the food-fare that will not only re-fuel your tank, but will make your visit to the Maine High Peaks Region even […]

Sam Morse-US Ski Team Athlete & Sugarloafer

Sam Morse-US Ski Team Athlete & Sugarloafer

Us Ski Team member and Sugarloafer Sam Morse talked with Nadene about what it’s like to travel the world and compete with the best. Need to get fueled up for your day enjoying the outside? Go over to Village West and order up a Sam Morse inspired “Downhiller” sandwich at D’Ellies. Watch the interview below […]

WMTW’s Steve Minich gives us the ‘wrap’ on the 2018 Charity Summit

WMTW’s Steve Minich gives us the ‘wrap’ on the 2018 Charity Summit

Every year, it gets bigger & better; more inspirational, more funds raised, more hope in the fight against cancer for all Maine residents. Thank you to all involved.

Angus King and Patrick Dempsey talk Sugarloaf Charity Summit

Angus King and Patrick Dempsey talk Sugarloaf Charity Summit

Angus King and Patrick Dempsey stopped by the WSKI TV 17 studio to talk about the Sugarloaf Charity Summit. Raising a mountain of money towards a cure for cancer.. Check it out!

27 North Photography

27 North Photography

We live where Mother Nature gives us an outstanding backdrop all year round, which draws some really talented people to the Maine High Peaks, one of whom is Joe Gambino, who turned his love of photography into an official business as more and more people discovered his excellent eye! The CV Library is exhibiting his […]

Wind Holds. Ski areas’ most hated conditions report!

Wind Holds. Ski areas’ most hated conditions report!

Here’s an old video on what the process entails before any lifts have to be shut down, something no ski area ever wants to do, but most have to from time to time, including us: at 4237 feet, our big mountain is often a big target for breezes, too! Safety may seem too overblown, but […]