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Maine's Northwestern Mountains

We are home to 10 of Maine's 4,000 ft. Mountains including Bigelow, Saddleback, and Sugarloaf. Join us in Maine's Northwestern Mountains Region along the Appalachian Trail or the 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail - our region is the only location where two major recreational trails meet in North America.


Featured Member

Woodlands Senior Living - Farmington
Woodlands Senior Living of Farmington was newly developed in 2017, quickly followed by phase two in…


Featured Activities

Fat Tire Biking
Fat tire bikes are a great way to access the scenic terrain of western Maine’s foothills. Fat biking is a popular way to spend a winter day when it’s cold and windy as you are protected in the woods; it’s also best on a hard-packed trail. Maine Huts & Trails allows fat bikes on their entire trail system, and it’s a great way to get to one of their four off-the-grid lodges. The Sugarloaf Outdoor Center also allows fat bikes on their Nordic ski and snowshoe trails but check with the Center for times that they allow the bikes on the trails.
Learn more about fat tire biking.
Fat Tire Biking
Burnt Mountain Cat Skiing
Burnt Mountain Cat Skiing is the new winter experience at Sugarloaf, and it is the first true cat skiing operation in New England. The terrain on Burnt Mountain and in Brackett Basin® is aptly described as “side-country”; it offers skiers and riders varied terrain from tight tree skiing to wide-open glades. For years, Burnt Mountain was only accessible to those willing to hike or to ski in. Now you can save your energy and expend it on a short climb, and then a drop into 100+acres of powder on the eastern boundary of Burnt.
Learn more about Cat Skiing
Burnt Mountain Cat Skiing
X-Country Skiing
The rolling foothills of western Maine are ideal for cross-country skiing. There is a vast network of trails groomed for skate skiing and classic skiing and even access to backcountry terrain.
Learn more about cross country skiing.
X-Country Skiing

Things to Do

View the Mountains

Sugarloaf Mountain

Elevation: 4,250 ft (1,295 m)
Rating: Moderate/Difficult

Crocker Mountain

Elevation: 4,228 ft (1,289 m)
Rating: Easy from Redington

Bigelow Mountain - West Peak

Elevation: 4,145 ft (1,263 m)
Rating: Moderate

Saddleback Mountain

Elevation: 4,120 ft (1,256 m)
Rating: Moderate

Bigelow Mountain - Avery Peak

Elevation: 4,090 ft (1,246 m)
Rating: Moderate

Mount Aabraham

Elevation: 4,050 ft (1,234 m)
Rating: Moderate/Difficult

South Crocker Mountain

Elevation: 4,050 ft (1,235 m)
Rating: Easy without Redington

Saddleback Horn

Elevation: 4,041 ft (1,232 m)
Rating: Moderate

Mount Redington

Elevation: 4,010 ft (1,222 m)
Rating: Difficult

Spaulding Mountain

Elevation: 4,010 ft (1,222 m)
Rating: Moderate/Difficult

Upcoming Events

Volunteer Trail Work Day
May 28, 2022
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
On Saturday, May 28, we are sponsoring our first weekend Volunteer Trail Work Day of the 2022…
Kingfield Pops 2022
June 25, 2022
4:30 PM
18th Kingfield POPS Concert on Saturday, June 25, 2022. We hope that you, your friends and family…
Kingfield Festival Days
July 15, 2022
Kingfield Days continues to be held on the third weekend of July.  Festivities start on Thursday…
Carrabassett Backcountry Cycle Challenge
July 16, 2022
The Town of Carrabassett Valley, Maine invites you to participate in the 11th Carrabassett…
August 5, 2022
Tickets are live for #NEMBAfest 2022! Join us for a weekend of celebrating summer & all things MTB…
Enduro World Series
August 19, 2022
The Enduro World Series comes to Sugarloaf! Join in on the fun festivities including group rides…

Seasonal Activities

Latest News

July 19, 2020
Looking for something to do that does not require social distancing?  Take a ride along “moose alley”.  Moose alley is the stretch of Route 16 between Stratton and Rangeley.  The best time of…
September 6, 2019
Fall is on it's way!
September 2, 2019
Hiking Cranberry Peak      In the shadow of several of…
Hiking Cranberry Peak