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Seth Wescott on WSKI TV

Seth Wescott on WSKI TV

2 Time Olympic Boardercross Gold Medalist Seth Wescott stopped by to update us on what he’s been up to, as well as his plans for the future. From Winterstick Snowboards, to the 2018 Olympics and The Riders Club, Seth gives us some insight on his passions. He’s a wicked nice guy too…

The Riders Club

The Riders Club

Shawn McKay and Barry Tripp stopped by the WSKI set to give us the scoop on the Riders Club and how folks can help support the group…

December 15th

December 15th

A wicked nice morning to enjoy all the fresh snow and excellent conditions! How can you not smile…

Sugarloaf Uphill Travel Policies

Sugarloaf Uphill Travel Policies

Assistant Ski Patrol Director Roddy Erhlenbach discusses Sugarloaf’s uphill policies for staying as safe as possible when not using the lifts.

1999 Uncle Al interview with Jeff Strunk at the Stallion

1999 Uncle Al interview with Jeff Strunk at the Stallion

For those of us who had the joy of knowing Uncle Al, his delicious laugh is just one aspect of this incredibly talented & truly beautiful man, which will be sorely missed! In this interview from a Sugarloaf Founders’ Night gathering at the Red Stallion in Carrabassett a few years ago, Al shared some of his history […]

Downhill Supply Company: for ALL Your Downhill Provisions!

Downhill Supply Company: for ALL Your Downhill Provisions!

Demo Day is December 5th, & the Holiday season is officially here, so Steve & Steph Niezgoda (& Lola!) stopped by to share with our viewers the latest at the Downhill Supply Company & Sugarloafer Shops, as well as a reminder that Demo day Saturday is the best way ever to ‘try before you buy’ […]

Kingfield Bicentennial 2016

Kingfield Bicentennial 2016

Tammy Goldfrank & Sue Davis were Guests on WSKI’s Mountain Report to share news of the upcoming Bicentennial in Kingfield & the year full of events being planned to honor such a significant milestone in this beautiful community with a rich history set upon the Carrabassett River against the backdrop of the Maine High Peaks!  

The Legendary Paul Schipper – Hard Core Skier

The Legendary Paul Schipper – Hard Core Skier

In 1987, Evening Magazine reported on the non-stop skiing streak every day Sugarloaf was open for skiing, underway by Lumberjack Lodge owner Paul Schipper. To this day, no one has come close to The Every Day of Every Season Legacy which broke records when Schipper skied year after year despite the foulest of weather or conditions, personal illness & family […]

The Stanley Museum

The Stanley Museum

Located on  School Street in Kingfield is the historic Stanley Museum. Displaying Stanley Steamers, photography and many many different artifacts, the rich history of the Stanley Family is on display for your enjoyment…

Sugarloaf Banked Slalom 2011

Sugarloaf Banked Slalom 2011

Seth Wescott and Sugarloaf hosted the 1st ever Banked Slalom on the East Coast on March 19th, 2011. Over 140 riders participated and the weather was perfect! 2002 Olympic Gold Medalist Ross Powers rode the fastest time and took home the Glass Lobster…