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Picture miles of trails up mountains, alongside lakes, away from it all deep in the woods of the western mountains of Maine, yet with easy access to rooms & eateries along the way!
This is a super, relatively easy half-day hike with a million dollar view of the western Maine mountains & lakes. Bald Mountain directions from Sugarloaf Ski Resort: From the base of the Sugarloaf access road, head North (Right) on ME 27/16. Once in Stratton Take a Left (S.West) onto ME 16 towards Rangeley. Continue on ME […]
Locavore Dinners at the Shipyard Restaurant in the Sugarloaf Inn
Getting rid of Avalanche Control was unthinkable!!! The classic old cabin beside Tote Road
An old photo of three young women at the top of Narrow Gauge long ago blown up for use by Sugarloaf’s Marketing Department had been on the wall in WSKI for over 20 years
On June 25th 2011, the High Peaks Alliance for the Maine Department of Conservation and the Bureau of Parks and Land held the “All Trails Celebration”
Kingfield Days this weekend & the forecast is PERFECT so be sure to check out all the fun activities downtown & around Kingfield all weekend! Click here to view a glimpse of the Kingfield Festival Days “Heroes vs. Villains” Parade.
Located just off route 4 below Rangeley in Sandy River Plantation lies a wonderful short walk to a spectacular set of waterfalls and pools. Acquired by Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust, this 2000 foot gorge has a 16 ft waterfall and hosts some wicked deep depths. An excellent spot on a hot summer day in the […]
Summertime in the Western Maine Mountains is just as fun as when the snow is flying. There are lots of events bringing communities together for great causes. Check out the annual Kingfield Pops…
Check out this video of young Mason playing his grandfather’s “Ski Bum” song!