Sugarloaf is located in the heart of Carrabassett Valley, which was carved by the Carrabassett River and is surrounded by Maine's Western Mountains. Maine's largest cities, Portland and Bangor, offer major airport service to Sugarloaf. Boston and Montreal are only four hours away.
Maine's second highest peak at 4,237 ft. Only lift-serviced above-treeline skiing in the East.
1,417 ft. with the Sugarloaf Resort Village at the base.
2,820 ft. - The most continuous in New England!
1,240 developed, skiable acres, making Sugarloaf the largest ski area east of the Rocky Mountains.
- 60 miles, 162 trails and glades
- Green circle 34 trails - 23%
- Blue square 49 trails - 34%
- Black diamond 39 trails - 27%
- Double-black diamond 31 trails - 16%
- Glades 29+ (included in the above) - 19%
Tote Road - 3.5 miles from summit to base
- Three terrain parks - beginner, intermediate and advanced.
- Superpipe and mini-pipe.
- Seth Wescott-designed snowboardcross and skiercross course.
618 acres of snowmaking coverage
200" inches annually (ten year average)
13 - Two high-speed detachable quads, three high-capacity fixed-grip quads, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 2 surface lifts.
21,810 passengers per hour.
Average Length of Season
Mid-November through early May