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Sugarloaf  Resort Information

The only lift serviced above treeline skiing in the East!

Snow Guarantee - Not satisfied with the conditions? Return you lift ticket before 10 AM to guest services and get a voucher entitling you to return visit within 12 months.

Sugarloaf USA is Maine's biggest ski mountain, featuring the only timberline lift service skiing in the East.

Sugarloaf by the numbers

2820’ Vertical Descent
129 Trails -   27% Novice
30% More Difficult
43% Most Difficult
15 Lifts - including 2 high speed quads
1400 skiable acres - 92% covered by snowmaking!
2 terrain parks and 1 Halfpipe
20' Annual snow fall (that's feet!)
With a continuous, one-mountain vertical drop of 2,820 feet, the longest in the East, and a South Village elevation of 4,237 feet, Sugarloaf USA boasts of more than 45 miles of trails ranging from novice to expert-only.

Plenty of gentle, cruiser terrain for learning skiers and riders. Intermediates can blast down Tote Road, Competition Hill, Narrow Gauge and Moose Alley. For those needing an adrenaline rush or gut check they can play in the snowfields or King Pine Bowl. Riders are able to catch big air, Tail Grab and pop Methods through the 2 parks and halfpipe.

Whether its some of the best skiing in the East, outdoor activities at the Outdoor Center or relaxing with one of the area's fabulous mircro-brews. the "Loaf" is a destination that you can't try just once!


Ski & Snowboard Tours

The properties at the 'Loaf are all ski in/ski out, which is perfect for lunch and that midday cocoa. Apres-ski at the Sugarloaf Brew Haus is one of the unique places to taste some fine Maine microbrews (the lobster bisque is excellent also). For those who need to relax those tired muscles the Health Club is the place with 2 outdoor hot tubs, saunas and indoor pool and if you didn't get enough adrenaline flowing on the hill, you can try out the rock- climbing wall.

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Shipyard Brewhaus - Maine microbrews go rather well with our pool tables and our wide-screen TV. That's precisely why we serve them. Pub fare to fill the belly.  Located at the Sugarloaf Inn. 207-237-6837 * A Sno-Search Staff Favorite* 

The Seasons Restaurant - Fresh Maine Lobster served nightly from "the big tank." Thursday is prime rib night and every morning begins with a full belly. In the Sugarloaf Inn. 207-237-6834

Double Diamond Restaurant & Pub - Think incredible edibles and potent potables. Have a fab food experience in The Grand South Village Resort Hotel. Entertainment warms the winter nights and our pub serves 'til 10:30 pm. 207-237-2222 ext. 4220

Bullwinkle's - At the top of the Bucksaw, we lure folks off West Mountain like the Sirens of ancient myth. We've doubled in size and expanded our American Bistro Menu. Lunch every day. Kick back on the porch. 1-800-THE LOAF for Saturday and Wednesday night reservations.

Theo's - A good old hometown brewpub. Fantastic pizza, a few pool tables, and an army of microbrewed beers. On the access road. 207-237-2211

The Bag & Kettle - Ever-popular to the point of legendary, "The Bag" boasts big burgers, world famous soups, and boot-stomping entertainment.

Gepetto's - Great salads, pasta, soup and steaks (and atmosphere). A mini-arcade downstairs keeps the kids busy. 207-237-2192

Java Joe's - Try Equal Exchange coffees and other delicacies at Joe's, our funky coffee shop on Main Street in the Village. 207-237-3330

Nightlife In Town

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The Widowmaker Lounge - Join us for your favorite cocktails and live music after a day on the slopes. We're on the third floor of the base lodge, but you can just follow the sound of the party. We serve lunch, too. 207-237-6845

Shipyard Brewhaus - Maine microbrews go rather well with our pool tables and our wide-screen TV. That's precisely why we serve them. Pub fare to fill the belly.

Double Diamond Restaurant and Pub - Double Diamond pub features a cozy fireplace and nostalgic decor. Located in the heart of the the hotel, we offer a selection of local microbrews and Maine favorites to wash down good pub eats.
207-237-2222 ext. 4220

Theo's Microbrewery and Pub - Pool tables, dartboards and our famous Carrabassett Pale Ale. All the trappings of a wicked good brew pub. Ask about a tour of the brewery. 207-237-2211

The Bag & Kettle - The Bag makes its own beer. The Bag gets better every year. The Bag has extra ski parking in the rear. The Bag does not allow pet moose or deer. 207-237-2451

Restaurants & Nightlife 
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Hug's - Fine Northern Italian cuisine in a cozy setting. Carrabassett Valley. 207-237-2392

Tufulio's - Specializing in amazing pizzas and other Italian fare, with great specials nightly. Dinner only. Carrabassett Valley. 207-235-2010

Julia's Restaurant - Fireside dining in a restored Georgian Mansion featuring continental cuisine. Wine tasting available. Kingfield. Open 6pm to 9pm. Reservations only.  207-265-5421

Longfellow's Restaurant - Casual setting for lunch or dinner overlooking the Carrabassett River. Daily specials. Kingfield. 207-265-4394

Mainely Yours - Small, family-style restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Stratton.  207-246-2999
Nostalgia Tavern - Relaxed dining featuring burgers, salads, steaks and seafood with nightly specials. Kingfield. 207-265-2559

One Stanley Avenue - Fine dining and gracious service in a restored Victorian home. Specializing in dishes prepared with ingredients native to Maine. Excellent wine selection. Kingfield. 207-265-5541

Porter House Restaurant - Country dining in a restored 1908 farmhouse. Featuring roast duck, seafood and steaks. Eustis. 207-246-7932

Riverside Café - Casual spot for a hearty breakfast overlooking the Carrabassett River. Located at Anni's Market. Kingfield. 207-265-4037

Trails End Steakhouse and Lounge - Casual dining, with burgers, steak and seafood. Eustis.207-246-7511
Woodsman - Down home, hearty cooking for breakfast and lunch. Kingfield.

Off The Slopes Activities

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The Anti-Gravity Center - Located at the foot of Sugarloaf/USA, this new recreation facility is home to state-of-the-art dry land training equipment. The features of the building include Maine's largest indoor skate bowl with one of the most aggressive street park designs currently constructed in New England. The land that the facility sits on was donated by the Sugarloaf Mountain Corporation and will also feature trampolines with harness rigging, an indoor rock climbing wall, and a multipurpose court with running track along with weight training and aerobic facilities. A new skate surface called "tough-stuff" covers the ramps and transitions in the skate park allowing skateboarders and inline skaters to attack new maneuvers and tricks.  207-237-5566

Ice Skating - Sugarloaf's Olympic-sized outdoor ice skating rink is open daily starting in mid December with music and lights. Ice skating is a perfect aprés ski activity for family and friends.  Located at the Outdoor Center.

Tues - Sat: 9am to 9pm
Sun, Mon: 9am to 5pm
(Weather permitting; please call ahead for conditions.)

Snowshoeing  - is available on all 100 kilometers of cross country ski trails. Snowshoers use the machine packed section of the trail while skiers use the set track. The packed surface provides an enjoyable outdoor experience without the rigors of breaking trail. Back country snowshoe trails are also maintained for winter use but are not machine packed. Short loop trails radiate outward from the lodge. Experts will enjoy the challenging Burnt Mountain Loop, which reaches the open ledges of the 3,600' mountain.  Snowshoe rentals are available. Located at the Outdoor Center

Grocery/ Beverage

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Mountainside Grocers - Conveniently located at the corner of Route 27 and Sugarloaf access road. Full selection of groceries and specialty foods. Best assortment of produce in the area and fresh cut meats daily. Extensive line of wines, beers, and Maine microbrews 207-237-2248
Ayotte's Country Store - Large general store located in Carrabassett Valley on Route 27. Extensive line of groceries, convenience items, meat and produce. We also sell pizzas, breakfast sandwiches, and deli sandwiches. Gasoline and automotive supplies are also available at convenient daily hours. (207) 235-2443


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