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Sugarloaf Facts and Figures

  • Summit Elevation: 4,237 feet

  • Maine’s tallest winter resort and the second highest peak

  • Only lift-serviced, above-treeline skiing in the East

  • Base Elevation: 1,417 feet with the Sugarloaf Village at the base.

  • Vertical: 2,820 feet

  • 921 skiable acres, the most in the East.

  • 146 trails and glades

  • Green Circle: 34 trails/25% of total trails

  • Blue Square: 44 trails/32%

  • Black Diamond: 39 trails/28%

  • Double-Black Diamond: 21 trails/15%

  • Glades: 28 glades/14% (includes blue square, black diamond, and double-black diamond terrain, including 270 of glades in the new Brackett Basin area)

  • Longest Trail: 3.5 miles from summit to base

  • Snowmaking: 427 acres with 95% coverage on developed trails, glades excluded

  • 10-Year Average Annual Snowfall: 200 inches

  • Cross-Country Trails: 90 km

  • 14 Lifts: 2 SuperQuads, 3 high-capacity quads, 6 doubles, 1 triple, 2 surface lifts

  • Lift Capacity: 21,805 skiers per hour

  • Length of Winter Season: November through early May

  • Hours of Operation: Lower lifts open at 8:00 am, main mountain lifts open at 8:30 am. Lifts close at 3:45 pm