When the snow melts, the fun is just getting started.

Summer at Sugarloaf

Surrounded by 4,000 foot peaks, meandering rivers, and crystal clear lakes, Sugarloaf is home to endless opportunities for summer adventures, whether your idea of adventure is a night out under the stars, or a leisurely round of golf with a cocktail.

Where To Start

Everybody knows how much fun we have in the winter, but summer at the Loaf has a special magic all its own. This year, more restaurants and shops are open than ever, and as always the fun on the mountain is endless. Plan ahead to make sure you don't miss a second of the action; check out the links below to get started. 

Plan Your Trip

Summer Activities

  • Mountain Biking

    Explore over 80 miles of cross-country mountain bike trails, from technical single track to flowy beginner terrain.

  • Paddling

    Rent kayaks and SUPs from June 19 thru mid-October from Downhill Supply Co.

  • Ziplines

    Re-Opening Summer 2021. Fly through the trees on a guided zipline adventure; reservations required.

  • Segway Tours

    Re-opening Summer 2021. Zip around Sugarloaf on an off-road Segway... it's even more fun than it looks!

  • Scenic Lift Rides

    Closed until Further Notice

  • Disc Golf

    Open daily all summer. Our 18 hole disc golf course is located just above the base area, with sweeping views of the Bigelow Range.

  • Hiking

    Explore the region's legendary hiking terrain, from gentle treks to 4,000 foot peaks, and even sections of the Appalachian Trail.

Summer Dining

  • 45 North

    45 North is Sugarloaf’s signature restaurant at the Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel.

  • Strokes Bar & Grille

    Overlooking the Sugarloaf Golf Club, serving cocktails, breakfast, lunch, and dinner all summer.

  • Alice & Lulu's

    Alice & Lulu's offers an après experience for the food-obsessed. Locally sourced, expertly prepared, and just steps from the SuperQuad.

  • The Rack

    Open year-round; the Rack offers burgers, beer, and barbeque at the bottom of the Access Road. The Rack is independently owned and operated.

  • The Bag & Kettle

    Open (almost) year-round in the village; serving Bag Burgers and great beer since 1969.

  • D'Ellies

    Open year round, serving breakfast and lunch in the Village... it's all about the bread.

  • Sports & Fitness Center Cafe

    Open daily all winter, reservations required for all activities. Takeout available.

  • Shipyard Brew Haus at Sugarloaf Inn

    Ski-In/Ski-Out bar & restaurant located next to the Sawduster Chairlift. Casual dining, Maine craft beers, and on-mountain delivery available daily all winter. Independently owned and operated.