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Carrabassett Valley’s town manager Dave Cota has a busy job. He stopped by the WSKI TV 17 studio to bring us up to date with all the projects and happenings in this great community, with Town Meeting March 8 at the Outdoor Center… FMI: carrabassettvalley.org
Seth stopped by the set to let us know and talk about the annual Sugarloaf Banked Slalom as well as what’s up with Winterstick Snowboards. Check it out!
We stopped by Happy Tunes, located at Valley Crossing to talk with Lionel about some tips and some new gear that will help you stay warm on these frigid winter days. Check it out!
Check out Martha Bradley and Bruce Miles this morning on WSKI Ch 17 to promote the Sugarloaf Charity Summit, which is just 2 weeks away, January 30th! Get your tickets to the ball at Guest Services or sugarloagcharitysummit.org soon as it will sell out! The major fundraising event of the season at Sugarloaf to raise […]
Matt Swan of Tumbledown Brewing Company stopped by to tell us about his handcrafted beers brewed locally right in Farmington, Maine… Stop by the brewery today, it’s time for a Tumbledown!
2 Time Olympic Boardercross Gold Medalist Seth Wescott stopped by to update us on what he’s been up to, as well as his plans for the future. From Winterstick Snowboards, to the 2018 Olympics and The Riders Club, Seth gives us some insight on his passions. He’s a wicked nice guy too…
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 […]
It’s hard to imagine there’s ever been a time without Sugarloaf’s now world famous Reggae Fest, but as it so happens a mere 25 years ago the festival premiered for the very first time. It could hardly be called a festival back then, but today it’s one of the […]
With the temps forecasted to get into the upper 80’s and lower 90’s over the next couple of days, it’s good to know where to cool off. Here in the western Maine mountains the landscape offers many “cool” spots to find relief from the hot weather. Lets start just south of Kingfield and make our way north up […]
Kibby Mountain (3654 ft) is located north of Flagstaff Lake, east of Chain of Ponds and just south of the Canadian boarder. The trail to the summit is 2.5 miles long and takes approx 1.5 hrs to reach the summit. Before you head out for the trailhead make sure you’ve got plenty of gas and supplies […]