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EVERYONE working together for the Best Results: What a Concept!

The High Peaks Alliance is a non-profit group in Franklin County who is making huge strides in trail conservation & development to be enjoyed by both non-motorized & motorized outdoors sports enthusiasts. As total believers in all things outdoors for all to enjoy with care along the way, we wanted our viewers to hear about […]

Snowmobiling is GREAT, come & get it!

Thanks to the Arnold Trail Snowmobile Club, there are miles & miles of groomed trails in all directions! 24hr. grooming on over 150 miles of the largest Club in Maine’s trails, makes this region a snowmobiler’s dream whether you are doing a local trip for the day, or visiting Rangeley to the west or the Forks […]

Over a foot of new snow in Brackett Basin

A storm which dropped over a foot of snow this past Thursday made conditions in Sugarloaf’s Bracket Basin prime. We got in there early and captured some video of the freshness…

With All This New Snow, It's Time to Learn Moguls with Perfect Turn

It may have taken us until March, but we finally have enough snow out on the trails to give us some proper bumps! Moguls are one of the most difficult types of terrain to ski, let alone look good doing it. Fortunately, we’ve got the Sugarloaf Ski & Snowboard School here to give us some pointers […]

Check Out These Beautiful Handmade Wooden Skis at Lucid Skis

There’s no denying that modern skis are some pretty impressive technology. Carbon fibers, aluminum, I’m pretty sure mine have pure Kryptonite in them. People today tend to look at wooden skis as a relic, a fun museum piece, but nothing they could ever honestly ski on, and nothing that could match the performance of the […]

Planning a Wedding? Get Married at Sugarloaf!

Everyone loves a wedding. Lots of good food, drinks and more food! Oh, and also friends, family and loved ones. If you’d like to separate your wedding from the pack and make it a truly unique experience, consider having it at Sugarloaf! There’s tons of options! Any time of year, nearly anywhere on the mountain! Maybe have […]

Cynthia Orcutt Invites You to Kingfield's First Friday Art Walk

Cynthia Orcutt joined us in the studio to talk about her Schoolhouse Art Gallery nestled in the heart of Kingfield. The Schoolhouse Gallery will be one of several hosting the town’s monthly First Friday Art Walk, a great event open to everyone. On March 2nd, from 5-8pm, stroll through the village, enjoy fine paintings, sculptures, pottery, […]

Winter Kids: fabulous program for healthy & happy kids to embrace the Best Season!

Julie Mulkern tells Brittney & our viewers all about Maine’s Winter Kids program, which continues to enable kids all across the State the opportunity to participate in all the fun activities that winter offers thanks to the generosity of a variety of contributors, from resorts to individuals. Introducing kids to activities that get them out of the house […]

cvalleynetwork.org Life is good in Carrabassett, even for our senior residents!

Consistent with life in the western mountains of Maine, is the thread of giving that binds communities together. The Sugarloaf Area Christian Ministry has worked with the “Valley Seniors”, CV Library, & others to provide a connection to peers & volunteers via cvalleynetwork.org  In this interview with Gerry Baril, he shares information on services that include […]

Check Out This Perfect Turn Tip for New Riders

Nick Halsdorff, one of The Sugarloaf Ski & Snowboard School’s top snowboard instructors is here to guide you through the essentials of good carving. Whether you’re switching from skis or totally new to the hill, one of the toughest initial hurdles of riding is making those nice, graceful carves that give you so much control, […]