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Many folks don’t like the rain. If you enjoy the local rivers and streams, especially by the power of a paddle than the rain is a good thing. Right here in Carrabassett we have the beautiful Carrabassett River which runs along the Maine High Peaks scenic byway from New Portland to the Sugarloaf access rd. […]
Flagstaff Lake is the fourth largest lake in the State of Maine. With its rich history and amazing views and wildlife, it’s a wonderful place to get out and explore. In this video, we share some of our favorite places to launch our boats onto the lake. Whether you’re on paddleboards, in kayaks, canoes, or […]
Our friend Bill Pierce joined us to fill us in on the Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum. Be sure to stop by this season to check it out!
Rose Winter came to visit us and give is a look at just a few of the great items she has at Scentsations, right on Main St in Kingfield. Visit her today! Open daily from 10-6 kingfieldscentsations.com
We stopped by Happy Tunes, located at Valley Crossing to talk with Lionel about some tips and some new gear that will help you stay warm on these frigid winter days. Check it out!
Check out Martha Bradley and Bruce Miles this morning on WSKI Ch 17 to promote the Sugarloaf Charity Summit, which is just 2 weeks away, January 30th! Get your tickets to the ball at Guest Services or sugarloagcharitysummit.org soon as it will sell out! The major fundraising event of the season at Sugarloaf to raise […]
With trail heads at the Campbell Field parking area (recommended),or the recreational parking area behind the JV Wing Snowmobile Clubhouse in the Valley, or the Maine Huts & Trails Stratton Brook parking lot just off Rt. 27 below Bigelow Station, the Narrow Gauge Pathway offers many options and side trails for all seasons […]
The Wilhelm Reich Museum located in Rangeley, is a historic site and nature preserve comprising of 175 acres of fields and woodlands, a system of trails, conference center, and the Orgone Energy Observatory…
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 […]
Mountain Village Farm B& B in Kingfield is the perfect place to base your Maine High Peaks adventures from, at any time of the year! The Barn on the Farm is also a fantastic venue for music, as we will appreciate this summer when Victor Wainwright makes an appearance on August 2nd. Circle the date: […]