Sugarloaf Mountain Resort is one of the top year-round destinations in New England. Located in the Carrabassett Valley, Maine, Sugarloaf is the largest ski area east of the Rockies, with trails and glades spread across Sugarloaf Mountain, Brackett Basin and Burnt Mountain. Additionally, the resort offers many winter activities including skiing, snowboarding, tubing, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, concerts, slopeside lodging and terrain parks.
Elite Airways offers non-stop flights between Sarasota, Florida and Portland, Maine and short one-stop flights between Mebourne, Florida and Portland, Maine via Sarasota on Thursdays and Sundays. Click here to check availability or make a reservation.
Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport is centered between Tampa Bay and Ft. Myers on the west coast of Florida, and is located at 6000 Airport Circle in Sarasota, FL. The ticket counter is located in the main terminal. Click here for airport website.
The Portland International Jetport is located at 1001 Westport Street, less than 10 minutes from downtown Portland. The Elite Airways ticket counter is located in the main terminal. Arriving passengers may collect their luggage at the main baggage claim, unless directed otherwise by the Portland Jetport airport. Click here for airport website.
Experience Sugarloaf Maine with premier slopeside lodging. Enjoy the laid back atmosphere and comfort of the Sugarloaf Inn. Embracing its warm, vintage architecture, the Sugarloaf Inn combines the intimate charm of a mountain lodge with practical, modern amenities and accommodations.
Surrounded by Maine’s Western Mountains in the heart of the Carrabassett Valley, Sugarloaf offers the only lift-serviced above treeline skiing in the East. Offering 1,230 skier and rider accessible acres and a continuous 2,820ft vertical, Sugarloaf is Maine’s second highest peak. The annual snowfall totals 200 inches and 14 lifts provide access to 161 trails and glades and 3 progressive terrain parks.
Historic & Nostalgic, the Sugarloaf Inn is the first choice for guests looking for the most authentic Sugarloaf experience. Built in 1962 & bought by the Sugarloaf Mountain Co in 1970, the Sugarloaf Inn stands as one of the only original lodging options on the mountain. In the following years, the Inn would host the yearly Snow-Makers Ball & remain a mountainside favorite for locals & employees alike.
The Shipyard Brew Haus is located inside the Sugarloaf Inn, slope-side off the Birches trail and the base of Sawduster lift. The Bar & Restaurant features an outdoor patio with live music, innovative food, & classic Maine beer. A great way to unwind after a beautiful day on the slopes.
The Sugarloaf Inn is a convenient Ski In, Ski Out lodging option. Sawduster lift is located 50 feet from our Après Patio and drops you just above the base lodge. Ski lockers come complimentary with your stay & allow you to safely and conveniently store your gear between runs or at the end of the day. Let us be the first lift of the day & the last run of the day.