Blazing the Fly Rod Crosby Trail underway

MADRID – The High Peaks Alliance hosted two volunteer work days in August and have scheduled another work day for Oct. 2 to start construction of the Fly Rod Crosby Trail, a new heritage trail that will eventually stretch 35-40 miles from Strong to Oquossoc in the western Mountains of Maine.

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Trail blazing for canoes; Rangeley celebrates this weekend

RANGELEY – This year, the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum is partnering with the Northern Forest Canoe Trail as they celebrate their 10th Anniversary in Rangeley the 24th and 25th. While the cultural heritage of logging in the western mountains of Maine is celebrated on Friday and Saturday, July 23rd and 24th at the 30th annual Logging Festival, the Northern Forest Canoe Trail will be celebrated on its 10th Anniversary in Rangeley the 24th and 25th.

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Snodeo draws big crowds to Rangeley region

By Dan Fayen Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — What a kick-off for the winter season in the Rangeley Lakes Region! The Rangeley Lakes Region Snowmobile Snodeo drew huge crowds to the annual celebration of the joys of snowmobiling in the western mountains of Maine and the unofficial start of the winter season in the Rangeley Lakes region. read more

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SCOPE THE SLOPE (The Free Press)

Saddleback Mountain   Located in the Rangeley Lakes region, Maine’s third largest ski area is a little more out of the way at 2.5 hours from Portland.

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SCOPE THE SLOPE (The Free Press)