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The Stratton-Eustis Area

The Stratton-Eustis Area

      All year-round, there is plenty of activity north of Sugarloaf, too!  From a surprising variety of dining options to local stores and shops and live-music venues,  Stratton- Eustis is not only a great place to stock up on supplies for your adventures but also a great place to spend the day!

Cathedral Pines Pathways & Eustis Ridge Overlook

Cathedral Pines Pathways & Eustis Ridge Overlook

Just north of Sugarloaf in Eustis are the unique “Cathedral Pines”. Beautiful tall Red Pines that tower above the landscape. On the corner of Eustis Ridge Road and Rt27 are some nice and easy trails to explore the Cathedral Pine forest. Great for hiking and biking in the summer months, and groomed xc ski trails […]

2016 Polar Blast

2016 Polar Blast

What a fun time! If you missed the 2016 Polar Blast in Stratton and Eustis make sure to put it on your calender for next year. Good times had by all. Chili Chowder Cook off, silent auction, Radar Runs, Rave X Snowmobile show, live music and so much more. Fun for the whole family!

Rave X in Stratton; don’t miss it!!!

Rave X in Stratton; don’t miss it!!!

The Polar Blast this weekend includes a show by the Rave X crew, which is great family entertainment whether or not you are a snowmobiler!! This show will be behind the Stratton Fire Dept. in Pepin’s Field at 2:30 Sat. Feb. 6, right downtown, with easy access to an exciting performance just ten minutes north […]

Jud Strunk’s ConcAuction in Coplin

Jud Strunk’s ConcAuction in Coplin

Thank you Michael Thom for this priceless footage from about 40 years ago of our beloved Jud’s cleaning house & the whole cast of characters, many no longer with us, some long gone to other places, but many still around here, who were loving the day, the place, the people…. Life in Maine…..

Spring Paddling (get it while you can)

Spring Paddling (get it while you can)

April and early May are a great time to take advantage of the melting snow and spring run-off. Many rivers and streams are run-able at this time of year only and also after heavy summer rain, hence the “get it while you can”!

Arnold Trail Historical Society reps visit WSKI

Arnold Trail Historical Society reps visit WSKI

After years of trying to track someone down to be on our Mountain Report show to talk about this historical event that happened so ‘long ago’ but not at all ‘far away’, we found two locals who are part of the ATHS, Kenny Wing & Rocky Freeman, right under our noses! The story of Benedict […]

Longfellow Mountains Heritage Trail

Longfellow Mountains Heritage Trail

Larry Warren was a guest on one of WSKI’s live shows recently to discuss the plans for a trail from the Canadian Border to Kingfield to tie the Maine Huts & Trails and Appalachian Trail into the decades old proposed International Loop Trail following Benedict Arnold’s journey from the Dead River (now Flagstaff Lake)to the […]

Hit the Trails!

Hit the Trails!

By land or water, motor or people powered, there are so many ways to have a great time outdoors & see awesome vistas along the way all throughout the Maine High Peaks region, so get out & play, & thanks to everyone whose hard work makes it possible, as well as landowners on whose property they let […]

Family Fun Days

Family Fun Days

Every summer, with the help of Flagstaff Area Business Association, the Town of Eustis & downtown Stratton Village is the site of “Family Fun Days”. With events for the whole family including a parade, food, music, bounce houses and more! Be sure to put it on your calender for next year: last weekend in June!

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