Sugarloaf to conclude Maine ski season on Sunday, May 5
Diehard skiers and riders will take to the slopes for one final time on Sunday, with forecasts promising bright sunshine and temperatures approaching 75 degrees. The resort will offer skiing and riding on more than 30 trails, with lift service available on the SuperQuad Skyline lifts. Sugarloaf opened for the season on Friday, Nov 9, 2012.
Sugarloaf was able to extend its season into May again this year thanks to heavy snow throughout the winter, consistently cold temperatures, and a heavy investment in new snowmaking technology, which allowed the resort make more snow than ever before.
“This has been a great winter from every angle,” said Brad Larsen, Sugarloaf’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We enjoyed abundant natural snowfall right from the start, and our investments in snowmaking and grooming allowed us to continue operating later than any other resort in the state once again.”
Lift tickets for Sugarloaf’s final day will be just $49 for adults and teens, and $39 for juniors, and seniors.
Sugarloaf’s summer operations are scheduled to begin late May, when the Sugarloaf Golf Club opens for its 28th season. The course was recently ranked as Maine’s number one golf course by Golf Digest.
For more information on Sugarloaf, please visit www.sugarloaf.com. For additional information on Sugarloaf’s ten-year capital improvement plan, please visit www.sugarloaf2020.com.
About Sugarloaf – Located in Carrabassett Valley, ME, Sugarloaf is largest ski area in the East, and is home to the only lift-serviced above treeline skiing and riding in the East, as well as the number one golf course in Maine, according to Golf Digest. Sugarloaf is a member of the Boyne Resorts family of resorts and attractions. Follow: www.sugarloaf.com, www.facebook.com/sugarloaf, and http://twitter.com/sugarloafmaine.