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Stanley Steamers: local history that still inspires!

Stanley Steamers: local history that still inspires!

The Stanley Steamer is one of those special inventions that you fall in love with when you first see (& hear!) one, if you should be so fortunate! This video from WSKI’s Archives by an unknown producer is timeless in its presentation of one of the incredible creations of the brilliant Stanley brothers of Kingfield […]

Funky Finds; you gotta check it out!!

Funky Finds; you gotta check it out!!

Ruth Lessard paid us a visit on one of our Mountain Report shows to tell about her new shop in Kingfield, Funky Finds. Now they have moved to upstairs at the ‘Brick Castle’ in Kingfield above the Orange Cat Cafe. Whether you are looking for a serious addition to your wardrobe, or a more flamboyant […]

Maine Huts and Trails; Lani Cochrane

Maine Huts and Trails; Lani Cochrane

Maine Huts and Trails has a ton of activities for all abililties, ages and interests. Learn more about the activities offered in this interview from this past spring on the WSKI set…

Spring ALSO means Fishing Season in the Maine High Peaks Region!

Spring ALSO means Fishing Season in the Maine High Peaks Region!

  While the skiing continues on the Mountain, the fishing has begun on the streams & rivers as water opens under the warm sunshine! While lakes & ponds are still holding onto the ice, keen anglers are eager to cast a line & begin the new season. Our region has a number of Registered Maine Guides […]

Information that’s Good to Know!

Information that’s Good to Know!

Know Before You Go with WSKI!

Reed Brook Falls Snowshoe Hike

Reed Brook Falls Snowshoe Hike

Between Kingfield and Carrabassett just off rt 27 lies a gem of a natural feature, Reed Brook Falls. Great for kids and families both in the summer and winter…

Rangeley Snowmobile Club’s Snodeo: wicked good fun for all ages!

Rangeley Snowmobile Club’s Snodeo: wicked good fun for all ages!

Casino night, chili & chowder cook-off, snowmobile demo rides, family rides, radar run, poker run, displays and vendors, children’s activities, canoe sleigh rides, Rave X show, parade, fireworks! We love winter, come celebrate it with us in Rangeley Jan. 22-24, 2015.

Mountain Bike Preparation for Maximum Fun!

Mountain Bike Preparation for Maximum Fun!

Carrabassett Valley’s Bike Shop expert shares some valuable info to Know Before You Go with a few simple steps to check your mountain bike out & your personal gear as well to ensure you are good to go!! Outdoors adventures are way better when you can plan for the unexpected & avoid breakdowns; thanks, Bob, for […]

Carrabassett Valley’s Narrow Gauge Pathway

The Narrow Gauge Pathway runs along the Carrabassett River from “downtown” Carrabassett north to Bigelow Station. Approximately 6 miles in length, it has lots to offer…

Stump Pond paddle

Stump Pond paddle

Stump pond is located in New Vineyard just south of Kingfield on rt27.  It’s best to explore this pond in the spring months. You’ll see lots of migrating birds.