Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf

The East Coast’s largest ski area and Maine’s second-highest mountain, Sugarloaf has more than 2,800 feet of vertical and the only snowfield skiing above the tree line east of the Rockies. Lately, the resort’s been clearing acres on neighboring Burnt Mountain, so sidecountry junkies have access to new glades and chutes on that hill’s sculpted northern face. 

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