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The East Coast War of Fog

In the snowy mountains of western Maine, a bitter battle rages. Proud Sugarloafers swear allegiance, while brash Sunday Riverites remember every insult.

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Ski Resort Guide 2016: Best On-Mountain Food

Here are the ski resorts with the best on-mountain food, because brown bagging doesn't always cut it.

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Ski Resort Guide 2016: Best Apres

Because after a good (or bad) day on the mountain, it's your right to celebrate with a drink.

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Saddleback ‘Needs’ $3M or Resort Won’t Open

Resort general manager says Saddleback needs the money in 2 weeks to secure its future.

East Coast Spring Ski Fests

Best Fest: Beast or Jammin'?

Killington’s Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge and Sugarloaf’s Reggae Fest dominate the East Coast slopeside party scene.

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It's On in the East: Deep Snow, and More Predicted

We caught up with Mad River Glen's Eric Friedman, one of the industry’s least bullshitty public relations guys, for his take on how good the skiing is. For fans of natural snow, now's the time.

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Newbies Score Gear, Lift Deals During January

It's National Learn To Ski and Snowboard Month, and Vermont resorts lead the way with enticing discounts for newbies.

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Ode to the ’Loaf

I thought I won it for being fast, a misconception my father did not dispute even though it would cost him thousands in race gear and entry fees over the next decade.


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Not Done Yet: Boyne Blows Spring Snow at Eastern Resorts

Snow guns are turned back on at Sugarloaf, Sunday River and Loon—because spring skiing should be a right, not a privilege.

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Where Now: Saddleback Maine

Big-mountain skiing meets little-mountain attitude.

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Maine Expands Learn to Ski and Ride Card Program

Maine’s world-class ski resorts Sugarloaf and Sunday River expanded their popular Learn to Ski and Ride Card program for the 2010-11 season.

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What La Nina Means for Snowfall

“Why do we care about La Nina, or El Nino?” In short, it’s really the only reliable clue that meteorologists have to predict temperature and precipitation patterns months and seasons in advance. Meteorologist/skier Joel Gratz weighs in.

Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel

Double Diamond Steakhouse

A steakhouse right at the base of the mountain.

The Rack

Extend your après.

Gepetto's

Rowdy fun for the whole family.

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The Bag & Kettle

An English-style pub with a relaxed Maine vibe and freshly-brewed beer.

D'Ellies

D'Ellies

Homemade, fresh, delicious breakfast and lunch.

Snowshoe Safari

Explore the Maine woods at a slightly slower pace.

Skateboarding

Skate the biggest indoor skate in Maine. Don't worry, lessons are available.

Climbing Wall

Use your arms instead of your legs.

Trampoline

Practice your aerial moves or just jump around.

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Sugarloaf Tubing

Mellow enough for young kids, but still exciting enough to give teens and parents a rush

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Shipyard Brewhaus, Sunday River

The best mug club in Sunday River.

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Jordan Spa

The spa in the Jordan Grand.