Lee’ Ann stopped by to let us know all the great things happening at the Spillover Motel just 7 miles north of the Sugarloaf Access Road. They have the amenities to handle any occasion. Whether a wedding, a snowmobile or hiking trip with friends, a stop for a brew or a romantic stay at their Inn on Stratton brook, they can handle it all… [Read more…]
WSKI’s sponsors keep us on the air and we couldn’t stay #1 for all these years without their support, so when out & about, please support them, too!! From eats to treats, summer beverages to winter’s joy. With a variety of things to do and places to visit further afield in the Maine High Peaks, en route, or travelling elsewhere in the Pine Tree State, explore these options.
The Pines Market on Rt. 27 in Eustis next to the Cathedral Pines Campground, right on the shores of Flagstaff Lake with Bigelow in their view, sponsors WSKI’s Off-Mtn-Region-wide Trail Reports all year round: snowmobile conditions in the winter, & ATV & mountain biking during the warmer seasons! That’s a lot to cover, with enough trails for all ages & abilities throughout our wilderness playground, especially in Carrabassett for mountain biking, for the pedal powered two wheelers, AND hundreds of miles of well maintained ATV trails from one end of the High Peaks Region to the other, & east & west, too, thanks to generous landowners! Respect others’ lands, other riders, & the sensitivity of our natural resources… & get out & PLAY!!!
The Polar Blast this weekend includes a show by the Rave X crew, which is great family entertainment whether or not you are a snowmobiler!! This show will be behind the Stratton Fire Dept. in Pepin’s Field at 2:30 Sat. Feb. 6, right downtown, with easy access to an exciting performance just ten minutes north of the Sugarloaf Access Road, & don’t forget the other Polar Blast activities, from Chili-Chowder Contest from 11a.m. to Random Order playing at the Plaza Sat. evening!
By land or water, motor or people powered, there are so many ways to have a great time outdoors & see awesome vistas along the way all throughout the Maine High Peaks region, so get out & play, & thanks to everyone whose hard work makes it possible, as well as landowners on whose property they let us pass!