Surrounded by Maine’s Western Mountains in the heart of the Carrabassett Valley, Sugarloaf offers the only lift-serviced above treeline skiing in the East. Offering over 1,200 skier and rider accessible acres and a continuous 2,820 feet vertical, Sugarloaf is Maine’s second highest peak. The annual snowfall totals 200 inches and 12 lifts provide access to 162 trails and glades, 4 progressive terrain parks, including an experts-only park, and a Superpipe.
The Sugarloaf Regional Airport is about a 10-minute drive from Sugarloaf. The nearest large airport to the ski resort is Boston Logan International Airport, which is 250 miles (4 hours) away. Train service is available from Portland, Maine. Check the Amtrak schedule. Greyhound also offers bus service from Portland, Bangor and Waterville, Maine.