Trails for all levels
No Trail Fees
Over 80 miles of riding
Thanks to the efforts of the Carrabassett Region Chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association (CRNEMBA) and the town of Carrabassett Valley, mountain bike trail development has taken off in recent years, with a network of world-class cross-country trails, originating at the base of the mountain and spanning more than 80 miles throughout the valley.
- Parking and trail access is available at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center, the Campbell Field trailhead, the Stratton Brook trailhead parking lot, and Airport trailhead (located behind the SugarBowl).
- Bike rentals are available from several area shops.
Sugarloaf Shuttles run a mountain bike shuttle route with a bike trailer on Saturdays and Sundays all summer at no charge.
|Location||Outdoor Center||Route 27/SB Trailhead*||Base Area|
|Saturday||Every :30 and :00 until 5:30||Every :40 and :10 until 5:40||Every :50 and :20 until 5:50|
|Sunday||Every :30 and :00 until 2:30||Every :40 and :10 until 2:40||Every :50 and :20 until 2:50|
* The shuttle will be parked across the road from the trail head parking lot.
Rentals & Local Bike Shops
New to Carrabassett Valley for 2018, Allspeed will operate a full service bike shop out of the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center, featuring tuning, repairs, and a full fleet of rental mountain bikes from Santa Cruz.
Carrabassett Valley Bike
Now operating out of the Happy Tunes shop at Valley Crossing in Carrabassett Valley, Carrabassett Valley Bike offer tuning services, rentals, and local insight. Phone: (207) 235-6019
Run by longtime Sugarloafers Scott Waldron and Birch Royall, F.I.S Sports offers full-suspension bike rentals from their shop in Kingfield. Phone: (207) 265-5100
Northern Lights Hearth & Sports
Located in Farmington, Northern Lights Hearth & Sports carries a wide variety of retail products, offering bike repairs and sales. Phone: (207) 778-6566
Jabba the Hut
Moose Bog Loop
Trails 206 & 212
Crockertown & Jerusalem Town
Narrow Gauge Pathway
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Resources & Partners
Carrabassett Region NEMBA: A non-profit organization dedicated to the creation and maintenance of a sustainable multi-use trail network in the western mountains of Maine.
Maine Huts & Trails: A non-profit organization managing a system of four backcountry eco-lodges and more than 80 miles of trails in Western Maine.
Trail Forks: Plan, explore and share your ride.