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It's not every season that Maine gets over five feet in one week.  That's exactly what happened in February of 2017, and the supply of powder was anything but short at Sugarloaf Mountain.  Ritter Bopp recaps the experience from the trails to the off-piste turns down Sugarloaf's own Burnt Mountain.  Ripe full of great photos, you'll be itching for the next Nor'Easter before you're done reading. 

It used to be just a dream, but now it's becoming reality. Sugarloaf Mountain is breaking out the snow cats and gearing them up for rides to their adjacent peak - Burnt Mountain. It seems sidecountry in New England just got a big upgrade. 

POWDER DAYS IN MAINE

Bombogenenis Nor'Easter Greyson made landfall on Thursday morning, uncorking some seriously fridged arctic air and plenty of heavy snow. Enjoy some photos from Friday when the drifts were deep and the snow was fresh. 

BOMBOGENESIS AND THE POLAR VORTEX

Wondering what 2018 has in store for New England? Well it isn't wasting anytime dumping snow and spewing blasts of sub-zero Arctic air that's for sure. It's just one more reason to carb up before you hit the slopes. 

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A monstrous start to the '18-'19 season is underway in Maine as the mountains see as much as 50" in the month of November alone. The base is deep and the mountain is steep. When nature decides winter is underway, she means it.

 

STUBBS MOUNTAIN

Stubbs Mountain is well known to locals as the place to start your search for legendary Pierpolle's cave. What isn't well known is that it's also a hidden gem for skiers and riders that grew up searching for fresh tracks In their own backyard.   Ritter Bopp dives deep into what makes this little mountain one of the best kept secrets in the East and investigates the challenges of backcountry in the woods of Maine.