Sugarloaf Mountain

Sugarloaf Mountain is 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 each four hours away.

Summit: Maine’s second-highest peak at 4,237 feet; only lift-serviced, above-treeline skiing in the East

Base: 1,417 feet, with the Sugarloaf Resort Village at the base

Vertical: 2,820 feet—the most continuous in New England

Skiable Acres: 1,400 boundary to boundary

Developed Trails: 54 miles, 651 acres, 133 trails and glades; Green Circle: 34 trails, 26%; Blue Square: 40 trails, 31%; Black Diamond: 36 trails, 27%; Double Black Diamond: 21 trails, 16%; Glades: 17 (included in the above), 13%

Longest Trail: Tote Road—3.5 miles from summit to base

Snowmaking: 94% snowmaking coverage on 490 acres, with a 10-year annual snow average of 206 inches

Lifts: 15, including two SuperQuads, two high-capacity quads, eight doubles, one triple, and two surface lifts

Lift Capacity: 21,810 passengers per hour

Average Length of Season: mid-November through late April