An exciting new exhibit at the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum on Main Street in Kingfield. The 1971 Tall Timber Classic, the first and only World Cup race held at Sugarloaf. In addition the other exhibits still exist as well as items for sale. Learn more.. [Read more…]
Always so much to do in the Maine High Peaks Region, all year-round, with a variety of shops & services that make life here extra sweet. Check out these Kingfield WSKI sponsor businesses who help keep us on the air, and add real value to life, or a visit, here with friendly customer service, no charge! [Read more…]
While cruising up Main street in downtown Kingfield, we caught up with Peter Weston at the museum and boy oh boy did he have some news and info to share. Check it Out!
Between Kingfield and Carrabassett lies a very special spot. A short .6 mile hike leads you to a spectacular waterfall along Reed Brook which originates from Shiloh Pond and feeds into the Carrabassett river. A local Maine Guide has put lots of work into creating a safe parking area and well maintained trail reroute to maximize the experience of the falls. A great adventure for the whole family. Check it out! [Read more…]
The 50th anniversary of Earth Day has been a blustery, cold and snowy one here in the Maine High Peaks region. Proof that mother nature says when the warm spring days will be here, not us. We took out the cheap camera again and captured some small moments from this authors front yard in Kingfield. Enjoy… [Read more…]