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There’s always plenty to do in the Rangeley Region, making it a great reason to stay another day & explore more of the mountains & lakes of northern Franklin County!
On May 23rd the “few and proud” stood tall in their canoes and held the annual Canoe Poling National Championships on the Carrabassett River in New Portland, ME. The historic “Wire Bridge” made for a perfect venue for the event and the water level was just about perfect. We talked with Chip Cochrane and got […]
It’s hard to imagine there’s ever been a time without Sugarloaf’s now world famous Reggae Fest, but as it so happens a mere 25 years ago the festival premiered for the very first time. It could hardly be called a festival back then, but today it’s one of the […]
The weather will be gorgeous, so come out to help or just to see the action, & to all participants: welcome to our backyard, we love sharing it with you, Good Luck! The Town of Carrabassett Valley invites you to participate in the third annual Carrabassett Backcountry Cycle Challenge, a mountain bike endurance […]
Now in its 32nd 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. Despite the mountainous surrounding, Sugarloaf’s course is widely known as a fast course. The final 16 miles of the course have an elevation loss of […]
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 is not only a great place to stock up on supplies for your adventures but also a great place to spend the day.
This short clip from the Introduction of the gathering of 129 Sugarloaf skiers who have cherished their adventures on Sugarloaf Mtn. for OVER 50 years, will make you smile & inspired to join this crew of hardy souls someday!!! You won’t find a more Real bunch of fantastic […]
Ron O’Claire hails from New Hampshire & has been coming to Sugarloaf, with a LOT of other eager N.H. skiers (& riders) for over twenty-five years. Live Ski or Die is their motto, which is a great take on the State’s motto, as well as a great attitude that we at Sugarloaf might share. His […]