For 60 years, Sugarloaf has been a cornerstone of Eastern skiing. With some of the most diverse and challenging terrain anywhere east of the Rockies, the mountain commands a devoted following of "Sugarloafers" who spread the gospel of the ‘Loaf around the globe with the ubiquitous triangular sticker. This summer Sugarloaf rocked the eastern ski world with an announcement of a massive terrain expansion that will make it the largest ski area in the East. The first phase of the expansion, a huge, 270 glade called Brackett Basin, will open this winter.
• 1/24-1/28: White White World Week
• 4/14-4/17: 23rd Annual Bud Light Reggae Fest
With 2,820 vertical feet, Sugarloaf’s terrain is legendary in the East. In the coming seasons the resort will open a second peak with more than 650 acres of patrolled sidecountry terrain that will double its inbounds terrain and add a whole new chapter to the fabled story of Sugarloaf.
While Mainers love their wild blueberries and freshly trapped lobsters, nothing stokes them more than wild shreddin’ on fresh powdah on one of Sugarloaf’s 139 trails. In recent years, the ‘Loaf has hosted park shoots for East Coast film company Meathead Films and their annual Reggae Fest is one the right coast’s premier events.