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While on your way, or on your way home check out these great businesses in Kingfield!
With a tease of spring like temps last week and the return of colder weather this week, the trails have firmed up and some open water here and there calls for using some extra caution well riding…Ride Safe Folks!
Comedian Bob Marley
A couple weeks ago we stopped by Slopeside Provisions right on Sugarloaf’s Main St. to take a look around and see what they had to offer. Boy, you wont be disappointed. Food to go, soups, sandwiches, full bar, pre made dinners, rotisserie chickens and lots lots more. Stop by and check them out!
Kingfield is full of great businesses open all year round with some truly exceptional products and services. While in the Maine High Peaks be sure to check out these local spots and come back often!
We caught up with the Carrabassett Valley Trail Builders to get an update on what’s been done this summer. The mountain bike trails continue to impress year after year. The guys are doing world class work. Huge thanks go out to the town of Carrabassett Valley and the Carrabassett Region chapter of the New England […]
Fall is one of the best times to get out and enjoy the scenery on an ATV. Leaves are changing, the dust is down and the weather is cooler. The Carrabassett Valley ATV club has done tons of work around the valley connecting and maintaining existing trails, building new trails and well as improving sections […]
Mountain biking is so fun! But, there are some things you should know while out on the trails. Proper etiquitte can make your ride safer for yourself and others on the trail… check it out and enjoy the trails!
Nestled within the woods of Carrabassett Valley lies a wonderful natural feature known as Poplar Stream Falls. The falls can be reached a variety of ways, including via a loop hike on the Maine Huts and Trails trail system. This hike is perfect for all abilities and can also be a great snowshoe in the […]
The Carrabassett Valley ATV Club has currently been improving a trail in its network which runs along a section of CMP power line. A large portion of the trail has been re-routed thanks to grant funds and the hard work of volunteers and local contractors. Drainage ditches, Culverts and enviromats have helped smooth the trail […]