Boy oh boy has it been hot out lately. Luckily, it’s easy to find ways to cool off in Carrabassett Valley! [Read more…]
The geology of Carrabassett Valley tells a wonderful and interesting story. We tagged along with Jack (of all trails) as he explains the geologic history of the region and where and how you may come along some gold… [Read more…]
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. This river has something for everyone, and when it’s rained a couple inches and the river swells up, you’ve got to get it while you can… [Read more…]
Tammy Goldfrank & Sue Davis were Guests on WSKI’s Mountain Report to share news of the upcoming Bicentennial in Kingfield & the year full of events being planned to honor such a significant milestone in this beautiful community with a rich history set upon the Carrabassett River against the backdrop of the Maine High Peaks!
On May 23rd the “few and proud” stood tall in their canoes and held the annual Canoe Poling National Championships on the Carrabassett River in New Portland, ME. The historic “Wire Bridge” made for a perfect venue for the event and the water level was just about perfect. We talked with Chip Cochrane and got a bit more insight on the sport… [Read more…]