Skiing – Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf Ski Resort – Maine

Carrabassett Valley ME Ski Resort

Sugarloaf USASugarloaf USA, the largest ski area east of the Rockies, is located 16 miles north of Kingfield, Maine. There are no two mountains which are more different yet similar than Sunday River and Sugarloaf. While Sunday River is spread over 8 peaks, Sugarloaf packs its 133 trails over one huge mountain. Yet much of the skiing terrain is similar; they both combine a prodigious output of machine-made snow with meticulous grooming on fairly wide cruising trails. They also receive a substantial amount of natural snow as well.

The biggest difference would have to be the Snowfields, which provides the Loaf with the only lift-serviced above-treeline skiing in the East. The other main difference is in the base-area village. While much of the apres-ski activity at Sunday River spills into the town of Bethel 6 miles away, Sugarloaf has its own self-contained village within walking distance of the slopes. Everything you need from fine-dining, lodging, and apres-ski can be found right here at the base of the mountain. Ask us about Maine Skiing or share your Maine ski area updates and comments. To feature your Maine business, contact us.

Maine Ski Areas: Sugarloaf

Lost Valley Ski Area, Auburn Maine ski resort, recommended maine skiing
Lost Valley Ski Area Auburn, 200 Lost Valley Road, Auburn, ME 04210 | 207-784-1561
In the winter months, Lost Valley's variety of 15 trails and terrain park offer an interesting ski day for skiers of all abilities. Summer months, enjoy today's competitive Adventure Sport, Paintball with 2-3 acres of densely wooded playing field, and a Sup' Air Speedball field.
Visit Lost Valley Ski Area Auburn

Sugarloaf TrailsSugarloaf Ski Resort
5092 Access Road
Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947

Discount Sugarloaf USA Ski Lift Tickets

Take I-95 (Maine Turnpike) to Exit 112B.
Merge onto ME-11 N/ME-27 N/ME-8 N/Civic Center Dr/New Belgrade Rd toward Augusta/Belgrade.
Turn Left onto ME-27 N/US-2 W/Mercer Rd.
Turn Right onto Main St.
Turn Left to stay on Main St. then take a slight Left onto ME-27 N/ME-4 N/Fairbanks Rd.
Turn Right onto ME-27 N/New Vineyard Rd.
Turn Left onto Access Rd/Sugarloaf Rd.

Sugarloaf Ski Resort will be on the right.

From Montreal and points west: (58 km S of Canadian borer)
Take QC-10 East to the end.
Take QC-112 East to QC-253 South.
Take QC-108 East to QC-212 East.
Take QC-161 South to the U.S. border. Continue onto ME-27 South.
Turn Right to stay on ME-27 South
Turn Right onto Access Rd/Sugarloaf Rd.

Sugarloaf Ski Resort will be on the right.
Sugarloaf Ski Report

Vertical: 2,820 ft.
Avg. Snowfall: 206 in.
Base Elevation: 1,417 ft.
Snow-making: 94%
Lifts: 2 super quads, 2 high-speed quads, 8 doubles, 1 triple, 2 surface lifts
Trails: 133 trails, 1,400 acres

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