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Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf

5092 Access Road Carrabasset Valley, ME 4947 800-843-5623 website: http://sugarloaf.com
Ranked No. 14 overall by readers in our 2010 Resort Guide

Welcome to the middle of nowhere; you’re going to love it here. Why? It’s not the glamor and glitz. But what the Loaf might lack in trendiness, it more than makes up for with remote beauty, friendly vibes and exhausting terrain on a truly massive mountain (2,830 sustained vertical feet). “Remote” is the operative phrase, and getting here does require commitment. But in categories that really matter to skiers, Sugarloaf excels: No. 2 in Terrain, No. 2 in Challenge, No. 5 in Snow. It all adds up to a stellar No. 3 ranking for Overall Satisfaction.


/ What’s New / Improved snowmaking, notably on Gondola Line Extension and on Sidewinder; better wind-resistance on No. 3 T-Bar,  Double Runner and SuperQuad

/ Don’t Miss / A trip to the summit, worth the hassle of getting there

/ Mandatory Run / Bubblecuffer: great bump run—and just fun to say

more about Sugarloaf

March 8, 2010
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Explore open bowls and unmapped trails inside the resort, then dive into untamed descents just beyond the ropes. Your next big adventure is...
March 1, 2010
From Pennsylvania to Maine, "Snowzilla" tears through ski areas leaving up to 60 inches in its path. And, it's still coming down in some places.
January 4, 2010
This born-and-bred Vermonter thought he knew a little bit about Maine. But a road trip to the ski areas in the heart of the pine tree state—Sunday River, Sugarloaf and Saddleback—made him realize just how big—and beautiful—the state really is.
December 21, 2009
This born-and-bred Vermonter thought he knew a little bit about Maine. But a road trip to the ski areas in the heart of the pine tree state—Sunday River, Sugarloaf and Saddleback—made him realize just how big—and beautiful—the state really is.
December 21, 2009
This born-and-bred Vermonter thought he knew a little bit about Maine. But a road trip to the ski areas in the heart of the pine tree state—Sunday River, Sugarloaf and Saddleback—made him realize just how big—and beautiful—the state really is.
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