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Sugarloaf


Sugarloaf, located in the heart of Carrabassett Valley, is the largest ski and snowboard resort in the state of Maine, with over 138 trails, 1,400 acres of skiable terrain, and a continuous vertical drop of 2,820 feet. The resort is divided into multiple areas, each with its own diverse trails and mountain features, providing terrain for beginners, backcountry powder-seekers and terrain park enthusiasts. From the peak of Sugarloaf Mountain you have a panoramic view of Maine’s western landscape as well as New Hampshire’s White Mountains.

The surrounding hillsides also provide excellent opportunities for snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, tubing, and sightseeing. The resort is a favorite winter destination in New England, but there are year-round activities ranging from biking and hiking to concerts and festivals.

Sugarloaf also has a variety of restaurants and shops in and around the mountain, making it a great resort destination for skiers and non-skiers alike. The resort’s management has made a continued commitment toward upgrading mountain features, terrain, and the village area making Sugarloaf an ideal family- and outdoor enthusiast-friendly location.

Sugarloaf features include:
  • Snowmaking on 95% of trails
  • 138 named trails
  • Longest run is 3.5 miles
  • 200 inches of annual snowfall
  • Three terrain parks and a superpipe
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Snow conditions for
Sugarloaf

  • (Updated: 4/23/2014)
  • New snow (Cumulative):
  • Past 24 hours: 0 inches
  • Base Depth: 36inches
  • Past 48 hours: 0 inches
  • Terrain:
  • Trails Open: 125 of 154
  • Lifts Open: 2 of 14
  • Acres Open: 978 of
  • Beginner Trails: 34
  • Intermediate Trails: 49
  • Advanced Trails: 40
  • Expert Trails: 24
  • Weather:
  • Conditions: Corn Snow
  • Temperature: 44
  • Mountain:
  • Vertical Rise: 2820
  • Peak Elevation: 4237 ft/1291 m
  • Base Elevation: 1417 ft/432 m