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The Plaza Cove Marina; another option to enjoy the Stratton Plaza

The Plaza Cove Marina; another option to enjoy the Stratton Plaza

Out on Flagstaff lake and feeling a bit of a rumble in your stomach? Maybe you’ve got a thirst for a cold beverage? Well head on over to the west end of the lake and tie your boat up at the Plaza Cove Marina and a short 1 minute walk will bring you to the […]

Go for a Paddle! South Branch, Dead river outlet

Go for a Paddle! South Branch, Dead river outlet

A nice easily accessible spot to take your canoe, kayak or paddle board. Launch your boat at the boat launch in Stratton off rt 27. Paddle left, or West, heading up the river. After a couple miles the river gets too shallow or the current too strong to continue. Paddle back to the boat launch […]

Nice spot to pull off & simply SEE why we love this place

Nice spot to pull off & simply SEE why we love this place

This Maine High Peaks Scenic By-way rest stop is not only beautiful, but it’s got great cell reception!!!! Flagstaff Lake, the Bigelow Range for a view, & the Kennebagos when you turn around!!! Best place to catch the setting sun……….

Flagstaff Boat Tours with Jeff Hinman

Flagstaff Boat Tours with Jeff Hinman

There’s no better way to see the sights and learn the rich history of Flagstaff lake than with Master Maine Guide Jeff Hinman. Offering a variety of tours on the lake there really is something for everyone. You’ve got to take advantage and see for yourself. Call 207-235-2277 to schedule your tour today!

Happy Tunes / Maine Kayak Expeditions

Happy Tunes / Maine Kayak Expeditions

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 […]

Get out on Flagstaff Lake!

Get out on Flagstaff Lake!

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 […]

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 […]

Great way to see beautiful Bigelow!

Great way to see beautiful Bigelow!

Out of the archives is this un-edited footage from the ’80s when horseback riding was available from Sugarloaf/USA as another non-winter activity to do in the region. There is a quick close up from afar of the fire tower at the summit of Bigelow Mtn, but although the tower & the horses are gone, that knock-out view from […]

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 […]

Maine Huts & Trails for Outside Television

Maine Huts & Trails for Outside Television

A few years ago, video producer Dave Huot showcased the new & growing Maine Huts & Trails to our affiliates across the USA with this video that aired from Coast to Coast. There are now FOUR Huts, & some faces have moved on to other ventures, but the jist of the piece remains relevant: MHT […]

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