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Time for a tour of the Sugarloaf Ski & Snowboard School

Perfect Turn Director Tom Butler joins us today to give us a tour of all the different stuff the Sugarloaf Ski & Snowboard School has to offer. WSKI and Perfect Turn have been working together all season to bring you Pro Tip videos to improve your technique and now we’re wrapping things up with an introduction to […]

Capt. Kip's St. Patty's Day Surprise

Watch as Capt. Kip Files gets a warm welcome after his first tracks ski report this morning on the WSKI TV 17 Mtn Report.  Happy St Pattys’s day folks, be safe!  

East Coast Snowcross Comes to Carrabassett Valley

The weekend of March 10th and 11th East Coast Snowcross was in Carrabassett Valley for two days of exciting racing. The races were held at the Carrabassett regional airport and also included shows from Rave-X. We were there with the camera to capture some of the action. We hope they come back for years to […]

Carrabassett Valley Town Meeting review

Selectman Jay Reynolds paid a visit to WSKI the morning after Town Meeting to let viewers know of the results. John Beaupre & Tom Butler were elected to the two selectmen’s positions on the ballot at the Town Office during the day, & all of the articles in the budget were passed during the hour […]

The Rave-X Outer Limits Tour at Sugarloaf. They Came, they saw, they jumped!

If you missed all the high-flying action of the SnoCross and RAVE-X Outer Limits Tour this past weekend, don’t worry, because WSKI’s cameras were there to catch all the jumps and stunts! There was a huge wall of snow in front of the Base Lodge as a giant crowd poured in to watch the snowmobilers […]

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 […]

Over a foot of new snow in Brackett Basin

A storm which dropped over a foot of snow this past Thursday made conditions in Sugarloaf’s Bracket Basin prime. We got in there early and captured some video of the freshness…

With All This New Snow, It's Time to Learn Moguls with Perfect Turn

It may have taken us until March, but we finally have enough snow out on the trails to give us some proper bumps! Moguls are one of the most difficult types of terrain to ski, let alone look good doing it. Fortunately, we’ve got the Sugarloaf Ski & Snowboard School here to give us some pointers […]

Check Out These Beautiful Handmade Wooden Skis at Lucid Skis

There’s no denying that modern skis are some pretty impressive technology. Carbon fibers, aluminum, I’m pretty sure mine have pure Kryptonite in them. People today tend to look at wooden skis as a relic, a fun museum piece, but nothing they could ever honestly ski on, and nothing that could match the performance of the […]