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View from the old Baselodge

View from the old Baselodge

It’s been over 30 years since the old Baselodge was taken down and all the spontaneous spring BBQs became a memory, whether from the deck off of Maxwell’s or the benches right in front! It was the best place to hang out & see everything happening on the Bunny Slope, from the Gondola Building to […]

What is it about waterfalls that we love so much??

What is it about waterfalls that we love so much??

    One of the overlooked attractions of the Maine High Peaks Region is the magic of water & our mountainous terrain, that makes for some superb hikes to casual picnic sites, or cooling off places on hot days. During the spring melt, or at other times when there’s been rain in the mountains, they all transform […]

Blast from the not so distant past: Ski and Tee at Sugarloaf

Blast from the not so distant past: Ski and Tee at Sugarloaf

Back in 2010 the last weekend of the 09/10 season offered up skiing AND golfing in the same weekend. What a treat! The bumps were soft on skidder and the greens were smooth on the golf course. Check out the video, your sure to see some familiar faces… as well as the old Spillway Lift.

Carrabassett Valley Outdoor Adventure Camp

Carrabassett Valley Outdoor Adventure Camp

Carrabassett Valley’s Outdoor Adventure Camp is awesome. The kids spend the day in the outside taking advantage of the beautiful mountainous landscape. A new town pool, rivers, mountains, lakes, hiking, biking, swimming, they do it all at Outdoor Adventure Camp! For more information go to carrabassettvalley.org

Sugarloaf Activities

Things to do around the mountain…

1987 Sugarloaf Ski School Women creating skiers w/ style & smiles..!

1987 Sugarloaf Ski School Women creating skiers w/ style & smiles..!

Georgia… still teaching in Utah; wonder where the rest of these people are now? Hope they all went on to ski better & more for ever after!

Another Apple Grower who loves skiing: SUPER YUM from Ricker’s Hill Orchards!

Another Apple Grower who loves skiing: SUPER YUM from Ricker’s Hill Orchards!

Stop by for a taste of Ricker’s Hard Ciders & Wines, at their orchards on the way to Sugarloaf off Rt. 4 in Turner, where they have been growing apples since 1803 & they now produce DELICIOUS hard ciders: ‎Mainiac Mac · ‎Mainiac Gold · ‎Mainiac Blueberry. We are glad to have them as a […]

As we salute the Groomers & Snowmakers this Wed. night, 30 years ago this was the Snowmakers’ Ball video

As we salute the Groomers & Snowmakers this Wed. night, 30 years ago this was the Snowmakers’ Ball video

Enjoy, & excuse if anything seems a wee bit offensive to anyone’s sensibilities.. sensibleness is not the point of THIS video!!! THANKS GUYS, this season & every season, the daily product delivered to the visitors (& locals) on our Mountain are 100% thanks to YOU!! None of us could make our living here if it […]

Carrabassett Backcountry Cycle Challenge returns for 2017

Carrabassett Backcountry Cycle Challenge returns for 2017

Warren Gerrow stopped by to give us some info about this summer’s Carrabassett Backcountry Cycle Challenge. A great race which grows every year and brings folks to ride and explore the world class mountain bike trails here in Carrabassett Valley…

Bike Maine comes to Kingfield this Summer

Bike Maine comes to Kingfield this Summer

Bike Maine is making a stop in Kingfield at the end of the summer as part of their yearly event. The group of bike riders will make a stop overnight in Kingfield on September 11th. Volunteers are needed for this event. Get a hold of the Kingfield town office if interested. Tammy Goldfrank tells us […]