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From logo wear to a huge array of all sorts of items anyone would want to receive for a gift, the Sugarloafer Shop has more than you can imagine… including Sugarloaf duct tape!!!!!, so you MUST pay them a visit in Village West to see all they have to offer! With the 2015 U.S. Alpine […]
A few years ago, video producer Dave Huot showcased the new & growing Maine Huts & Trails to our affiliates across the USA with this video that aired from Coast to Coast. There are now FOUR Huts, & some faces have moved on to other ventures, but the jist of the piece remains relevant: MHT […]
The Rangeley Lakes Trails Center is located nestled on the side of Saddleback Mountain with 55 km of mapped trails for XC skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, and mountain biking. It is the home of the Rangeley Lakes XC Ski Club, dedicated to providing an exceptional Nordic ski experience since 1995. With an annual snowfall approaching 200 […]
Located on School Street in Kingfield is the historic Stanley Museum. Displaying Stanley Steamers, photography and many many different artifacts, the rich history of the Stanley Family is on display for your enjoyment…
Things to do to keep you busy!
With the season coming to a close (with plenty of great spring skiing left), the boys at Ski Depot present the shops annual “Depot Dumpin’ Days”. Extraordinary deals just off rt 4 in Jay, Maine. Don’t miss it!!!
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 […]
Hop in the car and take advantage of some great fall scenery… these two overlooks provide great views and best of all you can drive your car right to them.
Well known for its skiing and winter activities, Sugarloaf Mountain in Carrabassett Valley is Maine’s second highest mountain and a great hike. The summit can be reached either from the ski trails or via the Appalachian Trail which crosses just below the top of the mountain.
There’s no mistaking Mt. Blue. It’s cone shape and tower on the top can be seen most anywhere in Franklin county. Located in the Mt. Blue State Park, Mt. Blue is a short but moderatly difficult hike with very rewarding views from the summit.