Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"Sugarloaf is located in the heart of Carrabassett Valley, which was carved by the Carrabassett River and is surrounded by Maine's Western Mountains. Maine's largest cities, Portland and Bangor, offer major airport service to Sugarloaf. Boston and Montreal are only four hours away."
(This excerpt taken from Sugarloaf website)
"Located in the beautiful High Peaks and Lakes district of western Maine, Saddleback Mountain was founded in 1960 and has grown its reputation for exceptional snow, some of the best skiing terrain in the East and a friendly, laid- back culture. At 4,120 feet of elevation and 2,000 feet of vertical, Saddleback is Maine’s third biggest mountain, and its base elevation of 2,100 feet is Maine’s highest. Just below the mountain is the iconic village of Rangeley, which is the gateway to Rangeley Lake, Mooselookmeguntic and Richardson Lakes."
(This excerpt taken from Saddleback Mountain website)
"In keeping with the standards and traditions of Lakewood Theater, the State Theater of Maine and the oldest summer theater in America, we intend to provide our patrons with a theatrical experience of the finest quality. We plan to produce theatrical events with a broad audience appeal at affordable prices in a safe and attractive facility."
(This excerpt taken from Lakewood Theater website)
"Enjoy the magic of skiing days and nights at Titcomb Mountain in West Farmington, Maine. We offer something for everyone that enjoys winter recreation."
(This excerpt taken from Titcomb Mountain website)
"Founded in 1959 and now comprising four wings, more than 6,000 works, and more than 28,000 square feet of exhibition space, the Colby College Museum of Art has built a significant permanent collection that specializes in American and contemporary art. The Museum serves both as a teaching resource for Colby College and as an active cultural institution for the residents of Maine and visitors to the state."
(This excerpt taken from The Colby College Museum of Art website)
"Grafton Notch State Park and the Mahoosuc Public Lands are a premier recreational destination lying amidst some of Maine's most spectacular mountains the Mahoosuc Range. These lands offer rugged terrain for backcountry hikers and include 12 of the most challenging miles along the entire Appalachian Trail. Hikers who negotiate the steep summit trails are rewarded with spectacular views, particularly on Old Speck (4,180 feet)."
(This excerpt taken from Grafton Notch State Park website)
"Sunday River features 131 trails spread across eight interconnected mountain peaks, each offering a distinct experience. The resort is serviced by a network of 18 lifts, including four high-speed quads, ensuring easy access to every corner of the resort. The Sunday River Golf Club is one of the premier courses in New England. Set on the edge of the Sunday River Valley, the course is surrounded by miles of wilderness and the towering peaks of the Mahoosuc Range."
(This excerpt taken from Sunday River website)
"55 kilometers of beginner to expert Cross Country Skiing in Bethel, Maine which affords tremendous views of Sunday River Resort across the valley, and the Mahoosuc and Presidential Ranges."
(This excerpt taken from Carters X-C Ski Bethel website)
"Discover why this New England family-friendly winter resort located just 5 minutes from Bethel, Maine has been dubbed A Little Gem by Ski Magazine."
(This excerpt taken from Mt. Abram website)
"Come experience Maine, the way life was! Visit the Museum's 12,000-plus years of history, from the Paleo-Indians to the first European explorers. See the homes, shops and mills where Mainers have lived and worked for centuries. Explore the factories, ships and farms that are an integral part of the state's rich history. All preserved under one roof at the Maine State Museum."
(This excerpt taken from Maine State Museum website)