Cross Country Skiing
At the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center our cross country skiing trails offer a great variety of treks through the Maine woods. With over 90km of groomed trail loops, skiers will enjoy a variety of terrain from beginner trails located near the Lodge to plenty of challenging terrain for both classic and skate skiing.
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.
Head down to the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center and lace up your skates and get ready for some fun on ice. Enjoy skating with friends and family on our new lighted, NHL-sized outdoor rink.
From an expansive landscape that stretches across snow-laden forests of pine and birch, to wide open fields that touch the base of Sugarloaf, experience nature at your own pace. This low impact, alternative sport opens unlimited access to the great outdoors.
Sugarloaf Family Entertainment Series
The Sugarloaf Family Entertainment Series has a long history of bringing exciting and engaging family friendly entertainment to the mountain.
Who doesn't love fireworks in the middle of winter? Don't miss the spectacular shows scheduled throughout the season provided by the experts at Atlas Pyro. The best location to watch the show is on the Beach in front of the Base Lodge.
Maine Huts and Trails
The third hut in the exciting new Maine Huts & Trails project has just opened, and it's right in Sugarloaf's backyard. Maine Huts & Trails now offers 48 K of groomed cross country trails with 3 huts along the way. Ski in for lunch or plan a hut to hut overnight adventure.
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.
Enjoy fun family entertainment at the newly opened SugarBowl, featuring eight lanes of ten-pin bowling, various arcade games, a virtual golf simulator, casual dining, and the coldest beer on tap--just a short drive from the base of the mountain.
Many talented and unique artists call Maine's western mountains home. Be sure to stop at these local galleries during your visit to Sugarloaf.
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.