The mountain offers 133 trails and glades to choose from over 1,410 Boundary-to-Boundary acres open to the public. With a 2,820' vertical drop, Sugarloaf also stands out as one of the biggest ski mountains in North America.
Sugarloaf also features a full-service alpine village at the base of the resort that offers slopeside lodging options ranging from family-friendly ski-in, ski-out condominiums to luxurious hotel rooms and suites. Near the entrance to the resort, guests will find the Antigravity Complex, offering a climbing wall, aerial-training trampolines, a full weight and fitness center and indoor skate park and skate bowl.
Sugarloaf 2020- can read about it on www.sugarloaf2020.com
From a terrain expansion that will give Sugarloaf the most in-bounds terrain in the East, to lift and infrastructure improvements, to investment plans for summer activities and the Sugarloaf Golf Club.
Sugarloaf is currently working with the US Army Corps of Engineers and the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to establish a new water source on Caribou Pond that would effectively double the capacity of the exisitng snowmaking system. This is a lengthy and involved process, but many wheels are already in motion and tapping into this new water source is a significant piece of the Sugarloaf 2020 plan.
New for 2011:
- Spillway chairs to be replace by new, state of the art, fixed grip quad
- Burnt Mountain Expansion
- Drive system in SuperQuad upgraded from analog to digital