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Carrabassett Valley Bike in Valley Crossing

Carrabassett Valley Bike in Valley Crossing

We chatted with Bob Ash, owner of Carrabassett Valley Bike located in Valley Crossing. Labor Day weekend is upon us and if you haven’t checked out the area mountain bike trails yet, this weekend is the time. Bob will set you up with rentals, advice and more to have a great experience out on 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 […]

Home Services and More

Home Services and More

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

Kc’s Kreativity Center and the Holiday Gift Bazaar…

Kc’s Kreativity Center and the Holiday Gift Bazaar…

Karen Campbell stopped by to talk about her involvement in the Sugarloaf Holiday Gift Bazaar coming up December 15th & 16th. She also owns KC’s Kreativity Center which offers up Open Pottery Studio every Tuesday and Wednesday. A great place to think about picking up/creating some Holiday gifts!

Carrabassett Valley Outdoor Association Shooting Range

Carrabassett Valley Outdoor Association Shooting Range

located just past the top of Bigelow hill off of rt 27, you’ll find the CVOA (Carrabassett Valley Outdoor Association) Shooting Range. With something for every type of shooting it’s a must do while you’re in the area. The range is open to the public with shoots scheduled every weekend. It’s worth it just to […]

Hurricane Knoll. Voted riders choice for 2017. Check it out!

Hurricane Knoll. Voted riders choice for 2017. Check it out!

Hurricane Knoll (trail 129) was the 2017 Riders Choice (favorite trail) winner for the Carrabassett Region. It offers fantastic views in all directions. Being high upon a knoll off of trail 50 in the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center it’s guaranteed to get your heart pumping. The trail is littered with smooth flowy singletrack as well as […]

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.

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