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Maine's Winter Special Olympics

This footage from the 42nd Annual Special Olympics Maine Winter Games in 2011 is a reminder to get cooking for the HUGE Community Supper Sunday night Jan. 29 when more than 500 athletes from 80 Maine communities will gather to compete in the 43rd Annual Special Olympics Maine Winter Games at Sugarloaf on Monday & Tuesday, […]

January 20th Surprise Powder Day

A predicted 2-4″ of snow ended up being more like 8-10″ of light fluffy snow. So we grabbed the GoPros and hit it hard. Enjoy!

Let the Video do the Talking!

A bit of new snow goes a LONG way! The skiing & riding is super thanks to snowmakers AND finally some help from the skies, too! Who needs to tell you? Just watch the vid & see for yourself! Come out & play!

WSKI's Chief Technical Director takes us for a ride!

A little new snow & a lot of snowmaking make for a good day to be at Sugarloaf, & Andy’s Go Pro let’s you see for yourselves as he rides up Skyline & tele -skis down! It’s going to be a great weekend with nice temps to go with the ever improving conditions on the […]

Shelley & Lani Talk About The Wounded Warrior Project

Shelley & Lani from CVA stopped by the WSKI Studio to talk about their participation in the grueling World’s Toughest Mudder Competition. It’s a 24 hour obstacle course that supports the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that provides support to wounded war veterans. It’s a great cause, and a crazy competition!

Seth Wescott Signs Autographs at the Board Room

Olympic Gold Medal winner and local hero Seth Wescott popped by the Sugarloaf Board Room on Thursday, December 29th to meet, greet and sign his autograph for some very appreciative skiers and riders. Most of the lifts may have been on wind hold, but that didn’t stop people from braving the gusty and cold conditions […]

Remember when Sugarloaf hosted the World Heavyweight Championships every year?

Our recollection is that this was the podium scene & weigh-in at the 1984 Heavyweight Championships, with local celebrities Brownie & Zappa doing the announcing & weighing. The ‘Big People’ were always a fun crowd to have at the Mountain, & the event got Sugarloaf more publicity, even nationally, than any other event by far, till […]

You have to stop & try the taste of these fantastic treats!

B-B-Q sauce takes on a whole new meaning in the fantastic world of homemade delights to the taste buds at the Top of the Hill Grill & B-B-Q in New Sharon on Rts. 2/27! Since the Nichols family took over operation, they have not only come up with a hearty menu of meals that any […]

"Run that Puppy!" The Skyline is Open!

The Skyline Quad, Sugarloaf’s first new lift in 14 years, officially opened for business today! Over 400 people were on hand to commemorate the lift’s  inauguration. The first 100 riders received special “Skyline” t-shirts, not to mention some pretty sweet bragging rights. The Skyline is a fast, fun, and most importantly, wind-resistant addition to the mountain. WSKI […]

The New CV Recreational Bridge is Open!

It’s been nearly two years in the making (or five years, depending on who you ask), but it’s finally here! The brand new Carrabassett Valley Recreational Bridge is open to the public. Located behind the Carrabassett Inn, this impressive new span connects some great trails for the first time ever. Whether you’re snowmobiling, cross-country skiing […]