Sugarloaf Ski Resort Details
Longest Run: 3.5 miles
Rideable Acres: 1,230
Vertical Drop: 2,820'
Total Lifts: 14
Typical Ski Season: Mid-November through Early-May
Indoor Skate Park
Yes, Sugarloaf does have a nightlife though most of it technically resides in nearby Carrabassett Valley. Here are some places we recommend for drinks and a bite to eat near Sugarloaf.The Bag & Kettle - a great location near the mountain, this gastropub offers great beer and American fare.
The Rack - a solid spot near Highway 16 if you're into BBQ.
Bullwinkle's - one of the closest (and best) locations for food and drinks near Sugarloaf Mountain.
Hug's Italian Cuisine - located a couple miles from the resort, the food is well worth the short commute.
About Sugarloaf, ME Ski Resort
The Sugarloaf Ski Resort is one of Maine's most popular ski destinations. This isn't too surprising, considering it's the largest ski resort east of the Rocky Mountains.
Sugarloaf ski area hosts over 1,200 acres of terrain to keep tens of thousands of skiers and snowboarders busy every year. Snow enthusiasts will find plenty of trails to tackle between Sugarloaf Mountain, Burnt Mountain and Brackett Basin...all catering to beginner and advanced skiers alike.
Whether you're travelling for a weekend or a week-long vacation, Sugarloaf ski resort offers a number of Winter activities and amenities that will certainly entertain your friends, family or ski group.