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There's a new meetup in Maine that wants to relieve some of the skiing hassle for you. You can get a bus ride to the mountain, a full-day lift ticket, coffee and a light breakfast during the drive up and snacks for the ride back - all for less than a lift ticket alone if you'd gone on your own. Read on
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. Read on
In addition to all that fresh powder, there are plenty of new features to look forward to at Maine's ski mountains this winter Read on
Maine Huts and Trails offers 80 miles of trail in Maine's western mountains, with four huts along the way for respite and warming up (or cooling down, if you overdo your layering and sweat most of the way there). The hut and trail system gives hikers access to the mountains, lakes, and woods - and the huts are models of sustainability. And the views along the way? Well, they won't bother you. Read on
The Ski Maine Peak to Peak Challenge is the simple tally of the number of ski areas a person visits over the course of the winter. The format is based on the popular concept that hikers have followed over the years of "bagging peaks." Read on