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Carrabassett Valley Trail Master Joshua Tauses gives us some tips to make your mountain bike ride the best it can be… Come on up and ride the trails!
The peace and quiet of Julie pond is well worth the easy walk up a well established atv trail. A great spot for a picnic or to try your luck fly fishing… Park your car on the dirt road directly across from the South entrance to Spring Farm on rt27 in Carrabassett Valley. Continue up […]
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 […]
Sheridan Oldham visited us this past winter to let us know all the cool things happening with the Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsman Association. This non profit is the oldest fish and game club in the state of Maine…
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!
As the ski tuning starts to wind down and we look ahead at the warmer seasons, it’s time to start thinking of some outdoor adventures. Lionel Hering of Happy Tunes stopped by to remind us about the “Tune and Store” package he offers as well as his guided wilderness kayak trips for teenagers. What a […]
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
Great Cause & Fun Event this summer! John & Denise were guests on the Mountain Report to spread the news about the up-coming fundraiser in Carrabassett in August 2016. Last summer’s sucessful event raised $150,000 for The Mary Beaupre Sustainable Gardens at the Alfond Youth Center in Waterville, Maine. Space is limited, guaranteed to sell […]
Sugarloaf Aviation’s owner Sawyer Fahey recently paid us a visit to tell our viewers about scenic flights & even flying lessons that he offers out of the Carrabassett Airport all year-round! An incredible way to get the lay of the land & enjoy the beauty of the mountains & lakes from above, with Sugarloaf’s dome […]
Noelle Tuttle came by the studio for a visit with us to share info with our viewers on various things to know this busy week on the Mtn.! The Rail Jam scheduled for Friday night is now camcelled due to the lack of extra snow available to set up the rails on the Beach; but […]