Here’s some info to know while your in the Maine High Peaks Region. From services north of the mountain to food at the Outdoor Center, there’s plenty to take advantage of in the area. [Read more…]
From Bag Burgers and woodfired pizza at the Bag, home cooking at the White Wolf Inn, to All the grocery, deli and hardware offerings at Fotter’s market, here some info to know… [Read more…]
All year-round, there is plenty of activity north of Sugarloaf, too! There’s a great variety of dining and services options, Stratton is not only a great place to find excellent home-cooked food and friendly service as you stock up on supplies for your adventures, it’s also a really nice place to spend the day enjoying all there is to see & do at any time of the year!!!!
Always the last Tuesday in March, the Annual Fred Webster Snow Softball Tournament swings on no matter what the weather or the conditions. Learn more and check out the two videos below…
The Dead River was dammed in the 1950s to create Flagstaff Lake as a water storage facility for hydro power at a time when citizens had little to say about the demise of their village, farms, & life as they knew it on the north side of Bigelow Mountain. Betty Wyman was a girl at the time, & she visited WSKI with her son, Eustis/Stratton selectman Jay Wyman, to share memories of growing up in the western mountains of Maine, before there was skiing, & before there was a Flagstaff Lake. [Read more…]