A great ski season is winding down. Time to think about storing your skis and boots for the summer. Here are a few good tips for proper care of your goods.
Hike Bauneg Beg Mountain in North Berwick for great views from the only major summit in York County unmarred by a comm tower.
Get a fresh taste of the award-winning Maine Island Trail Ale, a Rising Tide Brewing Co. product, at the Small Boater’s Film Fest and Auction on May 1 at USM in Portland.
Here are a couple of adventurous programs this week and next that you might not want to miss.
St. Paddy's Day is a fun time to enjoy a good hike in the outdoors before heading to an Irish pub for a Guinness, Harp or Smithwick’s and a hearty helping of corned beef and cabbage, bangers and mash or Irish stew before you belt out “Sweet Molly Malone.”
The Bethel Hostel: Inexpensive, comfy bunks, hot showers, kitchen, common room, TV, free wifi, coffee maker, quiet, good company, convenient to skiing at Sunday River and miles of hiking trails in the White Mountain National Forest, Grafton Notch State Park and much more. Check it out!
See what you can do about climate change by attending the Climate Solutions Expo and Summit this Wed, Mar 12 from 9 to 5 at the Augusta Civic Center.
Greg Dorr made a 35-day trek on foot in the mountains of Peru. Dorr will share his beautiful images and talk about his journey in “The Lesser-Known Peru” at the Camden Public Library this Thursday, March 13, at 7:00 pm.
Skiing the mountains of not only Maine, but much of New England, means getting to see a lot of different terrain for sure. Perhaps more than the wealth of beautiful scenery and wonderful trails, however, are all the great people you meet along the way. Rachel Benoit at Mount Sunapee is one of them. Here's her story...
Skiing is an age old Maine tradition and an important part of our state’s economy. As our climate continues to warm, how will climate change affect snow and the ski industry?