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Carving Snow… in a different way.

Carving Snow… in a different way.

Mark Jenson makes really cool snow sculptures. He’s also a really cool guy. We caught up with him to find out what makes him tic…or carve.

52 Summits in 52 Weeks: incredible!

52 Summits in 52 Weeks: incredible!

We are big fans of those who Walk The Walk here at WSKI, so when we found out about one of our Quebec neighbors undertaking the year long conquest to climb a peak a week in the Eastern Townships & northern New England, we had to track him down to share his adventures with our […]

Peter Hawkes on the Real Estate Scene in the Maine High Peaks

Peter Hawkes on the Real Estate Scene in the Maine High Peaks

In the mid 80’s Peter joined Peter Webber’s real estate development team at Sugarloaf/USA where he was responsible for the marketing and sales of new trailside homes and condominiums and acted as a liaison between new homebuyers and the general contractor. Professionals seeking fine properties for family relaxation & enjoyment could trust Peter to deliver […]

Carrabassett Valley update from Dave Cota

Carrabassett Valley update from Dave Cota

Carrabassett Valley’s town manager Dave Cota has a busy job. He stopped by the WSKI TV 17 studio to bring us up to date with all the projects and happenings in this great community, with Town Meeting March 14 at the Outdoor Center… FMI: carrabassettvalley.org

Kenny Wing: A REAL Local sharing the history of our backyard..

Kenny Wing: A REAL Local sharing the history of our backyard..

The Wing family lived with a view of what we call the backside of Bigelow, for four generations before the Flagstaff Village was flooded & the family’s home was forever gone. Kenny was the 5th generation, & first to be born & raised on the shores of what became Maine’s 4th largest lake, where he’s […]

Tim Flight CR-NEMBA Volunteer Fat Bike Trail Groomer

Tim Flight CR-NEMBA Volunteer Fat Bike Trail Groomer

When WSKI started promoting the fledgling MTB scene here in CV several years ago, fat bikes weren’t even on our radar, but since then, their appearance here has grown like wildfire because it is so much FUN & we have the terrain & trails to make everyone happy, beginner to expert. This winter an official […]

New England Blind & VI Ski Festival

New England Blind & VI Ski Festival

NEVI*Fest starts here at Sugarloaf tonight with a welcome party for 3 days of skiing with experienced volunteer instructors and guides. There will be a chance to try out skills on the Race Course, try cross country skiing as well as join in other activities during the evenings. There will also be a course for […]

West Mtn’s original horse barn is now a hub of manufacturing: Winterstick’s story

West Mtn’s original horse barn is now a hub of manufacturing: Winterstick’s story

WSKI had Seth Wescott & Tom Fremont Smith as our guests recently to share w/ viewers the very cool developments here in Carrabassett, tucked away over by the golf course, where the most beautiful custom built world-class snowboards & now skis, too, are being crafted here in the Maine High Peaks. Founded in 1972 in […]

Sam Morse-US Ski Team Athlete & Sugarloafer

Sam Morse-US Ski Team Athlete & Sugarloafer

Us Ski Team member and Sugarloafer Sam Morse talked with Nadene about what it’s like to travel the world and compete with the best. Need to get fueled up for your day enjoying the outside? Go over to Village West and order up a Sam Morse inspired “Downhiller” sandwich at D’Ellies. Watch the interview below […]

WMTW’s Steve Minich gives us the ‘wrap’ on the 2018 Charity Summit

WMTW’s Steve Minich gives us the ‘wrap’ on the 2018 Charity Summit

Every year, it gets bigger & better; more inspirational, more funds raised, more hope in the fight against cancer for all Maine residents. Thank you to all involved.