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Sugarloaf Marathon and 15K

Sugarloaf Marathon and 15K

    Now in its 33rd year, the Sugarloaf Marathon is Maine’s oldest continuously run marathon, drawing hundreds of runners from all over the U.S. and Eastern Canada each year.¬†From Cathedral Pines in Eustis to downtown Kingfield, despite the mountainous surroundings, Sugarloaf’s course is widely known as a fast course. The final 16 miles of […]

2015 Smalls to the Wall

2015 Smalls to the Wall

Check out some footage we grabbed from the 2015 Smalls to the Walls Kayak event held at Smalls Falls in the Rangeley Region… Don’t try this at home kids! Congrats to winner Riley Adams

Sunday Blues in the Barn

Sunday Blues in the Barn

Mountain Village Farm B& B in Kingfield is the perfect place to base your Maine High Peaks adventures from, at any time of the year! The Barn on the Farm is also a fantastic venue for music, as we will appreciate this summer when Victor Wainwright makes an appearance on August 2nd. Circle the date: […]

WSKI’s Guest: Bike Coalition of Maine

WSKI’s Guest: Bike Coalition of Maine

Carrabassett’s emerging reputation as a destination for mountain bikers is attracting more visitors in the warmer months, & WSKI is always on board with any organization who encourages outdoor activities such as biking, SO we invited Nancy Grant to be our guest to share news about BikeMaine, an event offered by the Bicycle Coalition of […]

USSA CEO Tiger Shaw and Alpine Director Mike Savage from CVA

USSA CEO Tiger Shaw and Alpine Director Mike Savage from CVA

While the US Alpine National Championships were in town we had the oppurtunity to talk to USSA CEO and former Olypian Tiger Shaw as well as Carrabassett Valley Academy’s Alpine Program Director Mike Savage…

2015 Snow Softball Preview

Joel Osgood along with Lacy and Dave Smith came on the WSKI Mountain Report to tell us about the upcoming Snow Softball event to help Maine Special Olympics…

Sugarloaf Fat Tire Festival

Sugarloaf Fat Tire Festival

Sugarloaf, along with help from CR NEMBA and Maine Huts and Trails are hosting the first ever Fat Tire Festival on April 4th at Sugarloaf. Popularity of Fat Bikes has skyrocketed in the last few years and this event is an oppurtunity to try out some bikes, race, participate in group rides, have fun and […]

Ensuring we can ‘play’ in our mountains forever…

Ensuring we can ‘play’ in our mountains forever…

Simon Rucker recently paid us a visit to share news about the latest endeavors on behalf of the Maine Appalachian Land Trust & others who are devoted to making sure that our mountains, & their wildlife, waters & endless natural wonders, are able to be accessed & appreciated not only by us now, but also […]

The legendary Inferno!

The legendary Inferno!

Not many races are almost as much fun for spectators as participants, but on a couple crucial downhill corners, the entertainment factor is indeed very high!! This race from the bottom of King Pine chairlift to the Outdoor Center is not for beginner cross-country skiers, but for every one else with some capacity for skinny […]

Orbeton Stream Celebration

Orbeton Stream Celebration

The Trust for Public Land, The Maine High Peaks Alliance as well as Senator Susan Collins came together in Phillips, Maine to celebrate the completion of the Orbeton Stream Project. This celebration got together the community of Phillips, local hikers, skiers, snowmobilers, atv riders and hunters to celebrate the perminant protection of almost 6,000 acres […]

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