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2014 Canoe Poling National Championships

2014 Canoe Poling National Championships

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 […]

Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum

Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum

At the junction of RT 4 and RT 17 in Oquossoc you’ll find the Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum. Voted best sporting museum in New England by Yankee magazine it’s a must if your in the area. Learn all about the Rangeley Lakes Region’s rich sporting history. This summer four new exhibits will be unveiled […]

Carrabassett Valley Multi-Use Trailhead

Carrabassett Valley Multi-Use Trailhead

Looking for a starting point for your outdoor adventures in Maine’s High Peaks Region? The multi-use trail head located off rt27  just about one mile north of the Carriage road is a great place to start…

Marc Bedard on Lac Megantic’s progress after last Summer’s derailment PART II

Marc Bedard on Lac Megantic’s progress after last Summer’s derailment PART II

    Marc Bedard, who works at Trafisa, talks with WSKI about the struggles and progress the town is making after the 4th largest rail disaster in Canada’s History.  On  July 6, 2013 a train transporting crude oil derailed causing an explosion that killed 47 people and destroyed 30 buildings – half of Lac Megantic’s […]

Marc Bedard on Lac Megantic’s progress after last Summer’s derailment PART I

Marc Bedard on Lac Megantic’s progress after last Summer’s derailment PART I

    Marc Bedard, who works at Trafisa, talks with WSKI about the struggles and progress the town is making after the 4th largest rail disaster in Canada’s History.  On  July 6, 2013 a train transporting crude oil derailed causing an explosion that killed 47 people and destroyed 30 buildings – half of Lac Megantic’s […]

End of season wrap-up with John Diller

End of season wrap-up with John Diller

General Manager John Diller stopped by to to talk about this past season and summer activities at Sugarloaf…

#theloaf This Week

#theloaf This Week

Sugarloaf’s Weekly Video Series produced by WSKI TV.

John Beaupre, CV Selectman, and local business mogul

John Beaupre, CV Selectman, and local business mogul

  Local business mogul John Beaupre (Ayottes, Mtnside, Annies, etc) talks with WSKI about recreation-based tourism in The Maine’s High Peaks Region.

Senator Angus King & John Christie visit with WSKI

Senator Angus King & John Christie visit with WSKI

  Every year the Sugarloaf Charity Summit brings the greater mountain community together to raise funds for finding cures for cancer & caring for Maine residents affected by the disease. The social aspects of the event attract folks from near & far, including our State’s Independent Senator & the Legendary John Christie, see here in […]

Snowshoeing the Appalachian Trail

Snowshoeing the Appalachian Trail

  Most people think of hiking the AT as a summer adventure, but in Maine’s High Peaks, the magic of winter wonderland is best seen on snowshoes when the thru-hikers have long gone & the woods & trails are yours alone to explore, with the leaves gone from the trees & so much more to […]