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Deer: the Hatfields & McCoys!???

Harriet Powers lives in Coplin Plantation in the same home she grew up in. She & her husband Basil have been involved members of the western Maine mountains region that they call home for their whole lives & wouldn’t want to live anywhere else for the same reasons we all love this region for! Harriet shares […]

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 […]

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 […]

Fun & Fitness under the Roof of the AGC

No matter the weather, you can always get your energy going at the Anti Gravity Complex just off the bottom of the Sugarloaf Access Rd. next to the Carrabassett Valley Library & Community Center. All ages are welcome with special lessons available on the trampolines, 35′ climbing wall, and the skateboard park & bowl, plus there are regular […]

Rent Snowmobiles in Stratton & Find Another Reason to Love Winter!

There’s tons of great winter activities here in Maine’s Western Mountains. Just take a short trip into Stratton, a mere 7 miles north of Sugarloaf’s Access Road and you’ll find Flagstaff Snowmobile Rentals. Tom LeMont, the friendly proprietor, will get you on your way, cruising through the hundreds of miles of trails that zigzag through Maine’s […]

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 […]

Kingfield First Friday Artwalk

Doors open on the first Friday of each month in downtown Kingfield from 5-8pm to view art, meet friends, and enjoy refreshments, music and poetry. The artwalk is open to the public and free of charge. So next time you’re driving through Kingfield on the first  Friday of the month on your way to Sugarloaf be sure […]

Ski Museum of Maine

The Ski Museum of Maine is located above the Sugarloaf Sports Outlet on Main street in Kingfield.  It’s a great place to go check out the rich history of the sport we know and love. This video was taken on the night of its grand opening in 2009. Check them out online at skimuseumofmaine.org.