Sugarloaf plans to crank up lifts beginning Nov. 16, a week before the turkey celebration. “We typically have about 1,700 vertical feet with 3 to 10 trails,” Sugarloaf’s Brad Larsen said. On Saturday and Sunday during the Thanksgiving holidays, you can ski for $30 by donating canned food to the annual Tin Mountain Roundup.
For families, Sugarloaf offers ice skating and unique indoor fun. The town-owned Antigravity Complex features trampolines, a climbing wall, and a skateboard park, perfect for kids, tweens and teens. Visitors can also get a sneak peak at the Downhill Supply Company, a new ski and snowboard retail outlet.