Here are some great ideas with the White Wolf as your home base…
Skiing: We’re located just around the corner from Sugarloaf/USA and Saddleback Mountain. Try cross-country skiing at the Sugarloaf Touring Center or take off back country skiing the way folks dream about.
Snowshoeing & Ice Skating: Just minutes away at the Sugarloaf Touring Center, both lessons and rentals are available…so you can learn a new sport!
Snowmobiling: Thousands of miles of spectacular mountain riding await you just outside your door. Ride the 228 miles of of the Black Fly Loop, zoom up to Grand Falls, the largest horseshoe shaped falls northeast of Niagra Falls, or climb Kennebago Mountain where you can feed the fox and take in the magnificent panoramic view. Snowmobile rentals are available across the street from the White Wolf Inn at T&L Rentals on Main Street in Stratton.
Hiking: The White Wolf is located just minutes from the Appalachian Trail. Hike several of the 100 mountains over 4,000 feet. Cranberry Peak, The Bigelow Range, Mt. Abram and Sugarloaf are all spectacular…or just take a walk and inhale the peace and beauty. “A.T. Thru Hikers ” – Please call for special room rates!
Hunting: Moose, Deer, Bear, and Partridge are all plentiful. Registered Maine Guides are available by appointment.
Fishing: Trout and Salmon are the main attraction at the magical Chain of Ponds, Rangeley, and Flagstaff Lakes. Try your luck fly fish where only the moose are watching. “Keewees” are available to rent at the White Wolf Inn for exploring.
Golfing: Four 18 hole courses are nearby. Sugarloaf/USA, rated #1 in Maine by Golf digest, Mingo Springs overlooking scenic Rangeley Lake, and Megantic, just over the line in Canada, are all just 25 minutes away. The new course in Belgrade Lakes is also a must see for the avid golfer.
Birding: Bring your binoculars and camera along and enjoy unparalleled wildlife watching. Spectacular pictures are guaranteed! We have 4 pairs of nesting Bald Eagles on Flagstaff Lake, as well as Golden Eagles, Great Blue Herons, Loons, Hawks, etc. Get those binoculars out!!!
Fall Foliage Touring: See some of the most awesome colors in New England!…Peak Season is: late September to early October!