Sugarloaf

Resort Description

With 1,230 acres of developed terrain, Sugarloaf stands tall as the largest ski area east of the Rockies; providing access to the only lift-serviced above tree line skiing in the East. In the four years since the resort unveiled its 10 year development plan, Sugarloaf 2020, the mountain has seen more than $2 million in snowmaking upgrades, terrain expansions that have added more than 600 acres of powder-filled sidecountry, and a 30-person outdoor hot tub at the Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel.


Terrain Breakdown

23 percent beginner; 34 percent intermediate; 43 percent advanced

The Bottom Line

Come to Sugarloaf for the most vertical and only above tree line skiing in the East.

Specs

State:Maine
Annual Snowfall:200 inches
Vertical Drop:2,820 feet
Ticket Prices:$84
Skiable Acres:1,230
Number of Trails:160
Number of Lifts:14
Parks & Pipes:4 parks, 1 pipe
Backcountry Access Policy:n/a
Nearest Airport:Portland, ME (88 miles away).
Hotels/Lodging:The Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel, The Sugarloaf Inn, Trailside Condominiums
Local Restaurants:45 North, The Shipyard Brewhaus, Bullwinkle’s, The Bag and Kettle, Gepetto’s
Local Bars:The Widowmkaer, The Shipyard Brewhaus, The Rack, The Bag and Kettle, Gepetto’s, 45 North
Season Highlights:01/05/15 – 01/08/15: College Snowfest Week
01/19/15 – 01/22/15: White White World Week
03/25/15 – 03/29/15: US Alpine Championships
04/09/15 – 04/12/15: 27th Annual Bud Light Reggae Fest

Website:Sugarloaf.com
Phone:(800) THE-LOAF
Facebook:Facebook.com/Sugarloaf
Twitter:@SugarloafMaine
Instagram:@SugarloafMaine