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Sugarloaf Ski Packages

Lodging + Lift Tickets Discount Price
Sugarloaf Inn
2 x Adult 2-day Lift Ticket
20% off $408
Inn on Winters Hill
2 x Adult 2-day Lift Ticket
29% off $553
Colonial Valley Motel
2 x Adult 2-day Lift Ticket
25% off $327

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Sugarloaf is the largest ski resort in Maine and the second largest in New England with over 1,240 ac of skiing trails, glades, and side country terrain. Sugarloaf is located on Maine’s second highest peak, 4,237 ft, with Maine’s tallest vertical of 2,820 ft. Sugarloaf is a cult phenomenon among passionate skiers, it’s hard to get to and hard to forget…a big beautiful mountain with a great base village full of loyal Loaf fans that like to party après ski. What’s unique about Sugarloaf, besides its remote location in the Carrabassett Valley, is the breathtaking views from the bold windblown summit, and the above tree line skiing from the summit, called Sugarloaf snowfields when the snow is good.

16/17 Historical Snowfall


SugarloafSunday River
beginner23 %21 %
intermediate34 %33 %
advanced27 %23 %
expert16 %23 %
total runs160 135
ski area1,240ac 870ac
summit elevation4,237ft 3,150ft
total lifts13 15
child lift ticketFree Free
adult lift ticket$95 $105
back country
value for money
average total snowfall64″ 123″

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Sugarloaf Reviews

Fabulous 4.3 / 5
based on 15 reviews

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Superb!4.6 / 5Apr 29, 2019
Sugarloaf ReviewsJo S.
advanced skier
I had a phenomenal time at Sugarloaf, granted the resort is far away, the skiing culture and friendly atmosphere is unparalleled anywhere else i've been, even at a peak time of the season the slopes were still not that crowded. Their is plenty to do here that one can spend multiple if not weeks here and not get bored. Sugarloaf is arguably one of... More
Fabulous!4.5 / 5Mar 22, 2019
Sugarloaf ReviewsBrian R.
expert skier
Amazing terrain, excellent snow, plenty of lift capacity and Bullwinkles for refreshments. While it can get cold and there maybe the occasional lift wind hold the experience and the views are more than worth it. I've skied all over the country and in Europe and the Loaf is a beast of the skiing universe!... More
Superb!5 / 5Nov 14, 2018
Sugarloaf ReviewsNathon B.
expert snowboarder
My home mountain the loaf. Awesome community, friendly people, and amazing snowboarding to be had. Remember to bring layers it can get cold up there, but with world class terrain it’s worth it. Warm up with the best pizza and beer I know and the bag. Going out go hit up the rack for some live music and drinks. Just as fun at the loaf in the summer... More
Average!2.8 / 5May 01, 2018
Sugarloaf ReviewsMatthew K.
advanced skier
I can't explain why but I just don't get good vibes here. It's very crowded, lifts are crappy, parking sucks. Save your money and go to Sunday river instead. They also brag about lift serviced above tree line skiing, which is never open and not real above tree line.... More
Very Good!4.2 / 5Nov 24, 2017
TAThomas A.
expert snowboarder
We love Sugarloaf! But we also love to travel! We ride many days a year and we love the diverse terrain and family friendly environment at the loaf. We want to expand our family trips so winning a pass would help! ... More
Very Good!4.1 / 5Nov 17, 2017
TGTristan G.
advanced skier
Sugarloaf is an amazing mountain, with enough trails to cater to everyone's abilities and desires. The staff does a great job maintaining the facilities and trails. The dining options are overwhelming and shelter is close by.... More
Fabulous!4.2 / 5Nov 12, 2017
ACAlex C.
expert skier
Best terrain the entire east coast offers!! An absolute must for any serious/advanced skier on the east coast. Rarely crowded, the secluded resort of Sugarloaf offers a break from the long lift lines of other New England resorts. Beautiful scenery, unreal glades, great snow, fantastic dining, but bring layers because it can get cold.... More
Very Good!3.9 / 5Nov 09, 2017
MBMatt B.
expert skier
Love the loaf great place to spend winter's with family and friends. A little bit of everything for the family and a great night life. Lots of great events too!!!!... More
Very Good!4 / 5Nov 06, 2017
RSRyan S.
expert skier
While it not a very accessible resort requiring a minimum 4 hour drive from the nearest airport, that is what makes other aspects of this place worth it. Set in the Maine Wilderness, there is much terrain to explore and fun to be had. When conditions allow, the lift accessible above tree line snow fields is the only terrain of it's kind on the East... More
Very Good!3.9 / 5Nov 05, 2017
CSConnor S.
I've been going to this resort for the past 5 years. It's a great mountain to learn and become very experienced. The resort staff is great and helpful. The resort can become packed during weekends but overall lifts lines can move quickly. ... More

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