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

Summer at Sugarloaf is all about adventure, relaxation, and fun. Whether you're looking to challenge yourself on your mountain bike, enjoy a leisurely round on Maine's #1 golf course, or take in the view on a scenice lift ride, we've got you covered. 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 15-Oct 14 from the Sugarloaf Outpost. Roof racks included.

  • Ziplines

    Fly through the trees on a guided zipline adventure; reservations required, open June 15-Oct 14.

  • Segway Tours

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

  • Scenic Lift Rides

    Take in the mountain scenery from the comfort of the SuperQuad, then hike or take the lift back down.

  • Guided Adventures

    Book a guided adventure: Moose Tours, Fly Fishing, Canoe Trips, and Pontoon Boat Tours offered weekly.

  • Disc Golf

    Our 18 hole disc golf course is located just above the base area, with sweeping views of the Bigelow Range. No charge.

  • Hiking

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

Summer Activity Pass

Wanna do it all? The Summer Activity Pass includes a zipline tour, 20 minute Segway tour, unlimited scenic lift rides all summer, and 15% off at 45 North & Strokes Bar and Grille. At just $59, this is one of the hottest deals of the summer.

Upcoming Summer Events

May 25
Allspeed Mountain Bike School: Adult Coed & Kids

Allspeed Cyclery & Snow will be hosting a series of mountain bike skills clinics at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center. They'll focus on teaching novice-level riders basic and easy to learn skills.

May 25
Volunteer Trail Day

The CRNEMBA is sponsoring their first volunteer trail work day of the season; work will include light trail maintenance and general post-winter cleanup. Meet at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center at 9am.

May 25
Allspeed Season Opener Party

Allspeed Cyclery & Snow is hosting a Season Opener Party at their shop in the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center. Come by and check out all their new gear for the summer riding season.

May 31 - Jun 2
Tin Mountain Roundup

Donate three or more cans of food, and play a full round of golf for just $40.

Jun 8
Spring Swing

Members are invited to celebrate the start of another golf season at the Sugarloaf Golf Club.

Jun 15
Outpost Opening Day

Kick off a summer of adventure at the Sugarloaf Outpost, opening for the season June 15th.

Summer Dining

  • 45 North

    Open daily all year, 45 North is Sugarloaf’s signature restaurant at the Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel.

  • Sports & Fitness Center Cafe

    Re-opening June 5, the Sports and Fitness Center Cafe serves fresh pizza, made-to-order wraps, salads, and more.

  • Strokes Bar & Grille

    Re-opening Spring 2019: Overlooking the Sugarloaf Golf Club, serving cocktails, breakfast, lunch, and dinner all summer.

  • Shipyard Brewhaus

    Now open for the summer; the Shipyard Brewhaus offers trailside pub favorites with friendly service. independently owned and operated.

  • D'Ellies

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

  • The Bag & Kettle

    Re-opening for summer June 14; serving Bag Burgers and good beer since 1969.

  • Alice & Lulu's

    Re-opening for the summer June 22; Alice & Lulu's offers an après experience for the food-obsessed. Locally sourced, expertly prepared, and just steps from the SuperQuad.

  • The Rack

    Re-opening June 12; the Rack offers burgers, beer, and barbeque at the bottom of the Access Road. The Rack is independently owned and operated.