Sugarloaf mountain and village



Sugarloaf is owned by Boyne Corporation, the same owners as Sunday River. Sugarloaf’s 16 lifts service three terrain parks and pipes, and 134 trails of which 33 are beginner, 44 intermediate, and 57 expert or glade skiing.

Sugarloaf Mountain Resort in Maine, USA is one of the top year-round destinations in New England and the largest ski area east of the Rockies. Our trails and glades spread across Sugarloaf Mountain, Brackett Basin and Burnt Mountain.

Additionally, the resort offers many winter activities including skiing, snowboarding, tubing, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, concerts, slopeside lodging and terrain parks.

Summer offerings include golf, hiking, mountain biking, moose view tours plus facilities to host conferences and weddings. The mountain has hosted World Cup ski events and many US National Skiing Championships.

Carrabassett Valley Academy, a private school that has produced world class athletes like Kirsten Clark, Bode Miller, Seth Wescott, Emily Cook, and Jeremy Cota, is located on-mountain and uses Sugarloaf’s facilities.

Additional facilities include the Anti-Gravity Center with fitness center, trampolining, skateboarding, and basketball courts, the cross-country facilities with nordic and mountain biking trails, and the Robert Trent Jones 18-hole championship golf course.