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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 & generations have changed since then, the thrill never stops, or diminishes for that matter, for the run down our beloved ‘Gauge’! Go fast everyone, & Good Luck at the Nats this week!!
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 skiing, gravity does all the work (mostly!), all you have to do is stand up & steer from time to time!!
Register before 9a.m. Sunday; catch this race 11a.m. start Mar. 8, don’t be late because you forgot the clocks go ahead Saturday night!!!
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 in New England, & some will make you wonder why we don’t get so much SNOW anymore; but they will all add to the legend that is Sugarloaf Mtn. [Read more…]
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. [Read more…]