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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!  

1971 World Cup

1971 World Cup

Solidifying Sugarloaf as a racer’s mountain five-plus decades ago, were the World Cup races that were moved to Maine after poor snow in Europe caused a change in venue in early 1971. The Narrow Gauge trail was, & remains today, a fantastic trail for speed events to slalom courses, & though the gear, grooming & […]

The legendary Inferno!

The legendary Inferno!

Not many races are almost as much fun for spectators as participants, but on a couple crucial downhill corners, the entertainment factor is indeed very high!! This race from the bottom of King Pine chairlift to the Outdoor Center is not for beginner cross-country skiers, but for every one else with some capacity for skinny […]

Stub’s slideshow w/ his Narration

Stub’s slideshow w/ his Narration

Several years ago Stub Taylor compiled some of his slides & we had him do a Voice Over to describe what each photograph was all about! Some need no narration, some are indicative of the rich history of skiing at Sugarloaf with its long-time reputation as the biggest mountain in Maine with the best skiers […]

Burnt Mountain Hike

Burnt Mountain Hike

Click here for a video hike up Snow Mtn located just below the Chain of Ponds area in Franklin County.  Snow mountain is a great wilderness hike with a very rewarding summit view via the old fire tower. If you like fishing….well… bring your pole… that’s all we’re saying.

Take a Hike! West Kennebago mountain

Located just about an hour’s drive from the Sugarloaf region and 20 min. from downtown Rangeley is West Kennebago Mountain. This is a moderate hike taking about 3.5 hours with its summit elevation topping out above 3700 feet. Driving directions to the Trailhead from Rangeley: Take Route 16 west from Oquossoc (toward Wilson’s Mills) 4.8 miles […]

What to do this weekend in the Western Mountain Region

In the Sugarloaf region this weekend? Looking for some ideas on things to do? Well read on folks…

2012 Carrabassett Valley Town Meeting

The biggest article on the CV Town Meeting agenda was the need to replace the irrigation at the Sugarloaf Golf Course. After hearing from the NH golf course expert on the current status of the 25 year + irrigation system & how technology has changed with new & better ways to achieve the desired results, the […]