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Home Services and More

Home Services and More

Services and more to take care of and enhance your life, including your home, pets, recreation & more, year round right here in the Maine High Peaks Region!  

Take a Hike! Burnt Mountain

Take a Hike! Burnt Mountain

The hiking trail up Burnt mountain in Carrabassett Valley begins at the end of Bigelow Mountain Road, off Mountainside road at Sugarloaf. Follow the signs to the trailhead. This is a moderate hike of about 3.5 hrs and just over 5 miles in length. You’re rewarded with a nice alpine hike above the mountain’s treeline […]

Sugarloaf General Manager Karl Strand

Sugarloaf General Manager Karl Strand

Sugarloaf General Manager Karl Strand joined us on the WSKI Mountain Report set to update us some of the recent incidents here on the mountain…

Orbeton Stream Celebration

Orbeton Stream Celebration

The Trust for Public Land, The Maine High Peaks Alliance as well as Senator Susan Collins came together in Phillips, Maine to celebrate the completion of the Orbeton Stream Project. This celebration got together the community of Phillips, local hikers, skiers, snowmobilers, atv riders and hunters to celebrate the perminant protection of almost 6,000 acres […]

Sugarloaf’s Annual Homecoming Meeting

Sugarloaf’s Annual Homecoming Meeting

If you missed the annual meeting this year at homecoming, no worries. We got you covered.

Crocker Project in Maine’s High Peaks

Crocker Project in Maine’s High Peaks

12,046 Acres of beautiful Crocker Mountain in Maine’s High Peaks are forever ours to treasure thanks to the Trust for Public Lands & the contribution of time & money by many people to ensure this jewel can be home to animals of all sorts, play ground & work place to people of all sorts, & […]