Flagstaff Area Business Association
- 1216 Carrabassett Rd.
- Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947
In collaboration with Flagstaff Area Business Association (FABA), dba/ Maine's High Peaks is dedicated to making aware to all, the beauty, adventure, and endless possibilities of the High Peaks Region! Hiking - The variety of hiking opportunities in Maine’s High Peaks Region is unparalleled! For every season and experience level; from an afternoon, day, or week-long trek – your hike is sure to be unforgettable! Three major trail systems welcome hikers – Maine Huts and Trails, the Appalachian Trail, and footpaths of the pristine Bigelow Preserve. Biking popularity has grown during the past few years. As a result, the Maine’s High Peaks Region has become a popular destination for the sport, offering opportunities for novice and expert riders alike. Golfing - As one of Maine's premier golf destinations, the Sugarloaf Golf Course is a must-play for any golfer. We are home to 10 of Maine's 4,000 ft. Mountains including Bigelow, Saddleback, and Sugarloaf. In the Maine’s High Peaks Region, dining and nightlife are often synonymous. We are fortunate to have 27 dining establishments in our mountain communities, many offering music, and entertainment during happy hour and late into the night. Take this time to enjoy a special brew and a conversation about the day’s activities. Nestled within the breathtaking beauty of The Maine’s High Peaks Region, you will find a wide range of accommodations. Spring, summer, fall or winter, find just the place to relax and forget the working world – wonderful moments at a cozy bed and breakfast, rustic log cabins originally set up as logging camps, a charming log hostel, luxurious inns, slope-side and waterfront rentals, you’ll find it all here! Flagstaff Lake is the 4th largest lake in the State of Maine, is a 20,300-acre lake that captures runoff from 520 square miles of the Upper Dead River Watershed. The completion of the Long Falls Dam in 1950 established Flagstaff Lake’s importance for regulating water flow into the Kennebec River Basin. The “Maine High Peaks Scenic Byway” is a road with a story to tell, experiences to share and adventures to chase. They are the connections between the past and the present, where exploration is offered at each curve in the road for motorcyclists, drivers, and cyclists. Stop at the Maine’s High Peaks Visitors Center, in Carrabassett Valley and our staff will direct you to the best spots to see moose. “Mountains of Possibilities . . . Come Play In Our Backyard!”