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Fly fishing in the morning, skiing in the afternoon!

It’s hard to argue that it’s been an unusual spring up here in the Western Mountains. What is easy to argue though, is when someone says there isn’t anything to do around here. In fact, the weird weather means you can go fly fishing first thing in the morning, then hit the slopes after lunch! […]

What to do this weekend in the Western Maine Mtns

Lookin’ for stuff to do this weekend? Here is our status on outdoor activities and current conditions in the area. First off weather; it’s looking like Saturday will be the pick of the weekend as that’s the day we should see some bright sunshine. Temperatures are still a bit chilly especially after experiencing last week’s […]

Deer: the Hatfields & McCoys!???

Harriet Powers lives in Coplin Plantation in the same home she grew up in. She & her husband Basil have been involved members of the western Maine mountains region that they call home for their whole lives & wouldn’t want to live anywhere else for the same reasons we all love this region for! Harriet shares […]

Time for a tour of the Sugarloaf Ski & Snowboard School

Perfect Turn Director Tom Butler joins us today to give us a tour of all the different stuff the Sugarloaf Ski & Snowboard School has to offer. WSKI and Perfect Turn have been working together all season to bring you Pro Tip videos to improve your technique and now we’re wrapping things up with an introduction to […]

Capt. Kip's St. Patty's Day Surprise

Watch as Capt. Kip Files gets a warm welcome after his first tracks ski report this morning on the WSKI TV 17 Mtn Report.  Happy St Pattys’s day folks, be safe!  

The Rave-X Outer Limits Tour at Sugarloaf. They Came, they saw, they jumped!

If you missed all the high-flying action of the SnoCross and RAVE-X Outer Limits Tour this past weekend, don’t worry, because WSKI’s cameras were there to catch all the jumps and stunts! There was a huge wall of snow in front of the Base Lodge as a giant crowd poured in to watch the snowmobilers […]

Snowmobiling is GREAT, come & get it!

Thanks to the Arnold Trail Snowmobile Club, there are miles & miles of groomed trails in all directions! 24hr. grooming on over 150 miles of the largest Club in Maine’s trails, makes this region a snowmobiler’s dream whether you are doing a local trip for the day, or visiting Rangeley to the west or the Forks […]

Over a foot of new snow in Brackett Basin

A storm which dropped over a foot of snow this past Thursday made conditions in Sugarloaf’s Bracket Basin prime. We got in there early and captured some video of the freshness…