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Comedian Bob Marley
This casual conversation between original Sugarloaf patrollers Stub Taylor & Dana Wallace was captured in the Patrol Locker Room in Admin. during the early 1990s. It is a gem for the memories they share! It’s hard to imagine how different things were 60 years ago, but it’s easy to see this hard-core skiers’ mountain, has been respected […]
Sugarloaf Aviation’s owner Sawyer Fahey recently paid us a visit to tell our viewers about scenic flights & even flying lessons that he offers out of the Carrabassett Airport all year-round! An incredible way to get the lay of the land & enjoy the beauty of the mountains & lakes from above, with Sugarloaf’s dome […]
Jeff Ryan brought his refreshing blend of insights, humor, history and geology into the WSKI studio. You can’t walk 8,000 miles without developing a unique view of the world and an ability to find complete contentment along the way. Ryan does it with entertaining flare.
Long time friend Greg Sweetser came by for an update on what’s happening across the Pine Tree State this winter at areas big & small from north to south: in a place where our winters tend to last a few (several) months, there’s no excuses not to embrace the outside lifestyle year-round no matter where […]
From Nightlife, to Dining, New Year’s planning & more! Tune into our twelve live shows Christmas week for all the info you need to Know Before You Go, on & off the slopes! Merry Christmas everyone… p.s. Dear Santa, please bring Winter!!!
We’ve recently acquired a copy of the video produced last year by the Ski Museum of Maine to share with WSKI’s viewers, as well as our website’s! Plenty of footage from our Archives, since we’ve been the only ones shooting video at Sugarloaf, or any other Maine ski area for that matter, for over 35 […]
Karl Strand & Crusher introduced Brent Larsen, new Director of Lifts, on our live Mountain Report Oct. 10th. A great opportunity to get the word out on what’s going on with the lifts on the mountain, & a big welcome to Brent to our Mountain! With plenty of challenges comes plenty of work to ensure […]
Stub Taylor cut trails on Sugarloaf Mtn. as a teenager under the direction of Amos Winter, & went on to be the head of the Ski Patrol for the better part of a half century.
A Highlight of Sugarloaf History! First Atlantic Balloon Crossing departed from Village on the Green
Hot-Air Balloonists Crossing Atlantic Break Record July 03, 1987|Associated Press CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Me. — A British tycoon and a Swedish-born balloonist broke a distance record Thursday and sped along at up to 142 m.p.h. as they attempted the first Atlantic crossing in a hot-air balloon. Traveling far faster than expected with the aid of the […]