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Sugarloaf Weekend 2024

  • 21 Mar 2024
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  • 24 Mar 2024
  • 17:00
  • Sugarloaf Mountain, Carrabassett Valley, ME
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2024 NH Ski Club Sugarloaf Ski Weekend 

43 Signed up!

Trip Leader: Cindy Jenson

(207) 314-5748

Dates March 22-24  

Sugarloaf Info: There used to be a sign on the Superquad that stated the snowiest months, in order, at Sugarloaf were: #1 March, #2 April, #3 February, so don’t discount a late season trip. The snow-making capacity has increased and Sugarloaf groomers are some of the best and are amazing at keeping as much skiable terrain open as possible. I have personally skied well into May including Mother’s Day on more than one occasion.

Stats: Summit 4237', tallest winter resort, 2nd tallest mountain in Maine

The snowfields are the only lift serviced above tree line skiing in the East

Vertical 2820', 1360 developed skiable acres.

176 Trails/Glades

22% Green

32% Blue

25% Black Diamonds

21% Double Black Diamonds

15 lifts

Longest trail: 3.5 miles

New this year!

The West Mountain Expansion with a new lift and new terrain.

Come check out the new Bucksaw Express.  

See what to expect:

Ski OptionsSugarloaf is an Ikon Mountain/Boyne Resort

If you don't have a pass, you must choose the days you want to ski as the rates are different depending on which days you ski.

Thursday and/or Friday $49/day

Saturday $79

Sunday $59

Lodging Options: Friday and Saturday with option to add Thursday (need to know when we book) All prices include Friday and Saturday Activities.

Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel:

3. Superior Queen (two beds)

$422 PP double occupancy (Fri-Sat nights)

Breakfast Buffet available for $21/day


If you arrive on Thursday, activities are on your own. Some great options include Tufulios, Hugs Restaurant, the Bag, the Rack, the Widowmaker or take a little drive up to Stratton and enjoy a gourmet farm to table dinner at The Coplin Dinner House.

Social Activities:

Friday 5-7 PM: Welcome Gathering (Details to Follow)

Saturday: 6-8 PM Cocktails followed by Buffet Dinner including 2 drinks plus drawings and giveaways. Cash Bar available throughout dinner

In addition to alpine skiing there are also opportunities for snow shoeing, fat biking and cross country skiing at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center also known for their amazing Café food.

In order to register, please contact Cindy for payment instructions

and complete the registration form 

Please print Registration Form  

mail to:

Cindy Jenson

37 Ladds Way Unit 102, Epping, NH 03042

 New Hampshire Ski Club.

P.O. Box 6072, Manchester, NH 03108


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