Rangeley, Maine | Winter 2012-2013 | RTX Traveler Magazine

Rangeley, Maine, is a four-season vacation destination where each season offers a variety of opportunities for vacationers. In the spring, fishermen flock to Rangeley’s lakes, rivers and streams while moose emerge from the forest to enjoy the lush growth. Summer is ideal for hiking, canoeing, kayaking, water skiing, fishing, golf, tennis, mountain biking, ATV excursions and more. Fall foliage is exceptionally beautiful in this part of the country with brilliant colors and crisp weather. Snow bunnies flock to Rangeley in the winter for snowmobiling, skiing, snow shoeing and many other winter activities. Let us show you all there is to love about Rangeley, Maine!

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Tall Tales Tavern in Rangeley, Maine | RTX Traveler Magazine

Tall Tales Tavern in Rangeley, Maine | RTX Traveler Magazine

When it comes to the freshest seafood this side of Maine, no other restaurant can touch the taste of the Tall Tales Tavern. Located on the way to the Height of Land scenic outlook from Rangeley Lake Resort, this local favorite is a must on your visit to Western Maine.

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Maine Blueberry Muffin Recipe | RTX Traveler Magazine

Maine Blueberry Muffin Recipe | RTX Traveler Magazine

Blueberries are a favorite local fruit for Mainers, and fresh-picked ones are often frozen in the summer so that they can be enjoyed in baked goods like pies, bread, cookies and muffins throughout the colder months. Try this recipe for Maine Blueberry Muffins for a tasty treat any time of year.

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Moose Alley Bowling  | Rangeley Maine

Moose Alley Bowling | Rangeley Maine

One of the charms that draws visitors to Rangeley is the small-town quaintness and feeling of being in the wilderness, secluded from fast-paced cities and surrounded by the beautiful mountains and lakes. Even those who love the country life can appreciate an evening or two with some after-dark action, and Moose Alley is THE place to be in Rangeley for entertainment for all ages.

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Skiing Alternatives in Rangeley | RTX Traveler Magazine

Skiing Alternatives in Rangeley | RTX Traveler Magazine

The skiing in the Rangeley Lake Region is sensational to say the least, but what do you do to enjoy nature if attacking the mountainside is not your forte? Luckily there are plenty of other wintertime alternatives, so take a look at these three exciting ways to discover the Western Maine wilderness.

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Sugarloaf: East Coast Powder

Sugarloaf: East Coast Powder

Each winter thousands of travelers from across New England and the nation are suiting up in layers and grabbing gear for the opening of snow and ski season at Sugarloaf USA. Located only two left turns and 20 minor miles from Rangeley is the largest and tallest winter wonderland this side of the Rockies. Sugar coated with the finest natural and blown snow, Sugarloaf is a powdered paradise for those looking for an adventurous alpine plunge or to break in their snowshoes for the first time.

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What to do in Portland, Maine | RTX Traveler Magazine

What to do in Portland, Maine | RTX Traveler Magazine

When traveling to the western mountains of Maine, a stop in Portland is a must. Most of our mountain goers find themselves in or around Portland while making the commute to the snow dusted lakes of Rangeley. With so much to offer the Old Port is worth a day trip or two, so if you’re already planning to pass through the land of lobster take a look at our suggested itinerary for your next visit to the city by the bay.

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Rangeley Lake Resort | Maine

Rangeley Lake Resort | Maine

Rangeley, Maine, is a four-season vacation destination where each season offers a variety of opportunities for vacationers. In the spring, fishermen flock to Rangeley’s lakes, rivers and streams while moose emerge from the forest to enjoy the lush growth. Summer is ideal for hiking, canoeing, kayaking, water skiing, fishing, golf, tennis, mountain biking, ATV excursions and more. Fall foliage is exceptionally beautiful in this part of the country with brilliant colors and crisp weather. Snow bunnies flock to Rangeley in the winter for snowmobiling, skiing, snow shoeing and many other winter activities.

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