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The Stratton-Eustis Area

The Stratton-Eustis Area

      All year-round, there is plenty of activity north of Sugarloaf, too!  From a surprising variety of dining options to local stores and shops and live-music venues,  Stratton- Eustis is not only a great place to stock up on supplies for your adventures but also a great place to spend the day!

Way Off the Mountain Things to Do, Places to Go!

Way Off the Mountain Things to Do, Places to Go!

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 en route & elsewhere in the Pine Tree […]

What is it about waterfalls that we love so much??

What is it about waterfalls that we love so much??

    One of the overlooked attractions of the Maine High Peaks Region is the magic of water & our mountainous terrain, that makes for some superb hikes to casual picnic sites, or cooling off places on hot days. During the spring melt, or at other times when there’s been rain in the mountains, they all transform […]

Things To Do In Carrabassett Valley

Things To Do In Carrabassett Valley

There is always plenty to do in Carrabassett Valley!  Here are a few ideas…      

Hard to keep up with all that’s happening in Carrabassett Valley!

Hard to keep up with all that’s happening in Carrabassett Valley!

Deb Bowker is CV’s Rec Director & you’d be hard pressed to find anyone else who so perfectly fits the bill for all the challenges the Town faces to continue to improve the many ways to have fun in CV all year round, including under the roof of the Anti-Gravity Complex, no matter what the […]

From the Archives; a reminder that Fall is a great time to visit the Mountains!

From the Archives; a reminder that Fall is a great time to visit the Mountains!

Labor Day this weekend; the end of summer is nigh! Fall is a wicked nice time of the year in the mountains. The SuperQuad operates on weekends (weather permitting) as the gondi used to run daily during the foliage season; pic of Rosemary Drosky at mid-station on the way down in 1987. Vids from the […]

Canoe camping and yoga on the Allagash

Canoe camping and yoga on the Allagash

Last spring we had two local Maine Guides, Lani Love, owner at Allagash Canoe Trips, & Kimberly Truskowski, a Kripalu yoga teacher, on our Mountain Report to invite viewers to come explore the incredible gem that the Allagash wilderness is this summer/fall! There is still time to sign up for five days of peaceful canoe […]

1992 Downhill Mountain Bike Racing at Sugarloaf

1992 Downhill Mountain Bike Racing at Sugarloaf

As Carrabassett Valley’s miles of mountain bike trails grow & get more popular every year, here’s a reminder of the days when the Mountain had mountain biking DOWNHILL style… made only more fun w/ damp & foggy conditions for mud & slick cruising for this version of a wicked fun gravity sport, not for the […]

Summer Gondola Ride

Summer Gondola Ride

Wonder if we’ll ever have anything like this way to summit our mountain again? Grandparents & little ones, all enjoyed the ride up & down, & incredible panoramic view while having a picnic on the deck, with that full 360 degree view from the Whites & Quebec, to Maine from east to south, all visible […]

Reggae Run-down on WSKI’s Mountain Report

Reggae Run-down on WSKI’s Mountain Report

Here’s the Mtn’s Content Manager (& Snow Reporter) extraordinaire Jamie Walter sharing all the info to Know Before You Go for the 28th Annual Bud Light Reggae Fest that kicks off Thursday. With a perfect forecast, the snow holding tight on the hill, & spring fever pent up from the chilly temps the past couple […]

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