Experience Sugarloaf like never before with a thrilling zipline ride through the trees! Our ziplines will take you on a high speed adventure through the woods and over the old gondola line.
Sugarloaf Guided Adventures
Sugarloaf is home to countless opportunities for outdoor adventure, from canoeing to hiking to fishing and infinitely more. Enjoy a sunrise canoe trip and spot wildlife in its natural environment, learn to fly fish in Maine, or relax with a wilderness cookout high in the mountains.
They're big, they're beautiful, and they're easy to find... if you know where to look. Sit back and let our local moose expert show you the area hot spots.
Pontoon Boat Tours
Enjoy a scenic and informative tour of the one of a kind Flagstaff Lake from the comfort and convenience of a pontoon boat.
Scenic Chairlift Rides
Enjoy Sugarloaf's spectacular vistas and unique natural environment in the summer and fall with a scenic ride on the Sugarloaf SuperQuad. Lift rides run every Saturday and Sunday from 10-5.
Maine features some of the finest whitewater in the nation, and you can experience it first hand through Sugarloaf's exclusive partnership with Northern Outdoors
, Maine's premier whitewater outfitter.
Maine Huts and Trails
The first hut in the exciting new Maine Huts and Trails project is now open, and it's right in Sugarloaf's backyard. Come check out the Poplar Stream Falls hut and be a part of the groundbreaking new venture!
Whether you're looking for a leisurely ride along the Carrabassett River, or challenging single-track, the Sugarloaf area is filled with trails and endless opportunities for mountain bikers of every ability.
Come experience this monstrous 20,000 square foot facility, boasting Maine's largest indoor skate bowl, aggressive street style skate park, indoor climbing wall, basketball court, weight room, trampolines and more.
Outdoor Adventure Camp
Kids explore Sugarloaf's natural environment with the Outdoor Adventure Camp, July 7-Aug 15. Activities include swimming, tennis, golf, climbing, archery, fly fishing, games, arts and crafts, hiking, mountain biking, and more!
Renowned throughout the country, the waters of Maine's western mountains feature some of the finest fly fishing in the world.
Don't have time for a full round? The Sugarloaf Golf Club features a spectacular driving range with beautiful views of the Bigelow Mountains. Buckets are just $5, available in the ProShop.
Fitness & Recreation
Sugarloaf Sports and Fitness Center is your place to relax, play, excercise and have fun. You can get a great workout, jump in one of our raquetball courts, warm up before heading out for the slopes, or relax with a massage! We offer haircuts, manicures, in addition to many other services.
With multiple 4,000 foot peaks and countless maintained trails, including the Appalachian Trail and the new Maine Huts and Trails network, opportunities abound for even the most avid hiker. Whether you looking for an easy day hike or an extended overnight trip, you can access it all from right here at Sugarloaf.
Unique Natural Areas
Sugarloaf and the western mountain of Maine are filled with unique and fascinating natural areas, which make for a fun-filled day of non-stop exploring.
Tennis Courts and Camps
Tennis courts are located on-mountain and are easily accessible from both the Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel and the Sugarloaf Inn. Sugarloaf also offers several Tennis Camps throughout the summer for adults and juniors, with the pros from Maines Pines Racquet and Fitness, as well as private one-on-one instruction.
On a hot summer day, there's nothing more refreshing than a dip in a cool, secluded swimming hole. The Sugarloaf area offers lots of options for swimming, from lakeshore beaches to swimming pools to icy cool mountain streams.
The Narrow Gauge Cinemas are located in Farmington and offer multi theaters showing the latest blockbusters. The Lakeside Theater in the nearby village of Rangeley offers weekly showings of movies you can choose from. A great activity for the evenings!
Scenic Plane Rides
Get a one of a kind look at the Western Mountains of Maine with a magnificent ride in a plane. Don't forget your camera!
There are numerous museums and historical societies in the Sugarloaf area, all offering unique perspectives on the history of this special area.
Many talented and unique artists call Maine's western mountains home. Be sure to stop at these local galleries during your visit to Sugarloaf.
Sugarloaf and its surrounding towns are filled with unique and charming antique shops. Tour them all and you're likely to return with some one-of-a-kind treasures...
On-mountain interdenominational worship service is held every Sunday at 9am. Services are conducted by Revs. Pam and Earle Morse at the Richard Bell Chapel. Downhill services and special Sunrise services also scheduled throughout the ski season.