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SLIDE SHOW: Western Maine Mountains

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Sugarloaf skiers take the t-bar up the mountain surrounded by views of the Carrabasset Valley below.

Sugarloaf skiers take the t-bar up the mountain surrounded by views of the Carrabasset Valley below.

A skier makes his way down one of the trails at Sugarloaf.

A skier makes his way down one of the trails at Sugarloaf.

Cross country skiing along one of the trails maintained by the Maine Huts and Trails.

Cross country skiing along one of the trails maintained by the Maine Huts and Trails.

Panoramic view of Saddleback Mountain.

Panoramic view of Saddleback Mountain.

Flagstaff Lake Hut, one of the lodges operated by Maine Huts and Trails.

Flagstaff Lake Hut, one of the lodges operated by Maine Huts and Trails.

A white-tail deer almost disappears in the winter landscape. Wildlife is abundant in this region.

A white-tail deer almost disappears in the winter landscape. Wildlife is abundant in this region.

Ice skating on Haley Pond in Rangeley.

Ice skating on Haley Pond in Rangeley.

The colorful scene at Bald Mountain Camps where aviation enthusiasts gather at the annual Winter Fly-In.

The colorful scene at Bald Mountain Camps where aviation enthusiasts gather at the annual Winter Fly-In.

A view of the town of Kingfield, Maine, along the Carrabassett River.

A view of the town of Kingfield, Maine, along the Carrabassett River.

Cathedral Pines in Eustis, Maine, is approximately 300 acres and may be the state's largest stand of old-growth conifers.

Cathedral Pines in Eustis, Maine, is approximately 300 acres and may be the state's largest stand of old-growth conifers.

Bald Mountain Camps in Oquuossoc hosts its annual Winter Fly-In seaplane weekend every winter.

Bald Mountain Camps in Oquuossoc hosts its annual Winter Fly-In seaplane weekend every winter.

An icy retreat for a couple of girls enjoying the cookout at Bald Mountain Camps.

An icy retreat for a couple of girls enjoying the cookout at Bald Mountain Camps.

All photos/art by Carl Tremblay

The mountains of Western Maine offer a beauty unparralled in winter. Photographer Carl Tremblay spent several days during the height of the snowy season capturing what makes the area so unique. The area is definitely an outdoor enthusiast’s dream vacation.

See more of Carl Tremblay’s work on his photography website: http://www.carltremblay.com

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