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:
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- 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