December 2018

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Going All Out

Combining decadence and practicality, this fully wired Sugarloaf house is equipped for pizza parties and hot tub hangouts

Hunker Down

With a menu of fun, “ski-friendly” food, Sugarloaf’s newest restaurant drops in for its second season

High Rollers

Hill climbing on two wheels—we go into the woods and up to the huts with local mountain bikers who know Carrabassett Valley well

Backcountry Taxi

The underground glades of Burnt Mountain are now just a snowcat ride away for skiers and snowboarders

Après-Ski Burgers

After a long day on the mountain, a hearty meal is more than necessary. Nothing does the job better than a burger, and the Sugarloaf area has plenty of good ones.

48 Hours in Carrabassett Valley: Summer

With the Bigelow Mountain Range, Flagstaff Lake, and numerous hiking and biking trails in the area, Carrabassett Valley is an outdoor recreation destination that attracts a wide variety of visitors.

Moose Man

Matt Tinker helps others discover Maine’s outdoors through guided trips and hunts