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Sugarloaf Mountain Resort
Town: Carrabassett Valley, Maine
Vertical Drop: 2820 feet
Top Lift Served Elevation: 4160 feet
Lifts Include: 2 detachable chairlift(s), 9 fixed grip chairlift(s)
Snowmaking: Yes
Night Skiing: No
This well known ski area is famous for its staggering snowfield terrain, as well as a growing network of sidecountry glades.
Average Percent of Terrain Open
February95%    (1 report)95 Open
Feb. 13, 2017 by tjskiloaf11
Powder, Wind Blown Snow
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Recent Articles
Sugarloaf Mogul Course Worker Dies After Fall - Mar. 3, 2017
The tragedy is the third ski resort employee fatality in New England this season.
John Christie Passes Away - May. 9, 2016
Christie ran Sugarloaf, Mt. Snow, and Saddleback and was an award winning ski writer.
April Snowmaking in Progress at Sugarloaf - Apr. 3, 2016
Recent weather pattern has prompted the Maine ski area to fire up snowguns.
West Virginia Lift Accident Prompts Modifications to At Least Two Lifts in New England - Feb. 24, 2016
Two people were sent to the hospital following a tower cross arm failure.
New Lifts Slow to Open - Jan. 2, 2016
Mild weather and construction issues have delayed debuts of 2015 installations.
Sugarloaf to Remove Bucksaw Chairlift - Jul. 31, 2015
Sugarloaf's oldest chairlift will not be replaced.
Sugarloaf Announces Fixed Grip Chairlift Projects - Jun. 26, 2015
Upgrades are in response to the King Pine rollback in March.
Sugarloaf Closes Timberline Quad After Inspection Reveals Issues - Apr. 2, 2015
The Borvig quad chairlift is of the same vintage as the closed Kine Pine lift.
Sugarloaf King Pine Chairlift to Remain Closed for Rest of Season - Mar. 28, 2015
Management seeks to replace chairlift as soon as possible.
Sugarloaf Blames Lift Manufacturer for Rollback Brake Failure - Mar. 26, 2015
Borvig lifts operate in 5 of 6 New England states.
Sugarloaf Mountain Resort News Page
Trail Map
2016-17 Sugarloaf Trail Map
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