Warren Miller FilmWed Nov 12
Get pysched for the 2015 OutRyder ski and snowboard season with the latest exciting Warren Miller flick - "No Turning Back." Yes, winter is on its way!
The OutRyders are bringing the gay to the reggay! You're welcome.
Hands down, the annual Reggae Fest at Sugarloaf is the biggest springtime party in New England. Last year they celebrated Reggae Fest's 26th anniversary with an incredible lineup, record-breaking crowds, awesome Spring skiing weather and our largest headlining show ever, with California reggae artist, Iration. Back in 2015 for it's 27th consecutive year, the Loaf is pulling out all the stops....again! Details and line-up info to come as winter season approaches. Stay tuned for all the details. Check out the recap video from last year on the Loaf's website.
For our 2015 Reggae Weekend we're offering three different lodging options to choose from (all three choices are a walking distance to the concerts and slopes):
Sign up now to secure your bed! This trip is being sold by the bed, except for Hamlet 2070 Circle. Couples can register for a queen bed in any of the three rental types or register separately for two shares in 2070 Hamlet Circle.
Registration deadline is March 16th.
LIFTS - 21,805 skiers per hour, 14 lifts total, 2 high-speed SuperQuads, 3 high-capacity quads, 6 doubles, 2 surface lifts, 1 triple
TRAILS - 65 miles of trails, 163 trails and glades making 1,230 skiable acres
ELEVATION - 4,237' (Maine’s highest skiable peak), 2,820' continuous vertical drop
SNOW - 200" average snowfall, 618 acres snowmaking coverage
LIFT AND TRAIL HOURS - Lifts open at 8:30 am to 3:45 pm with the exception of King Pine and Whiffletree, which open at 9:00 am midweek, Timberline at 9:00 am daily, and Snubber at 8:00 am weekends and holidays. Brackett Basin tree skiing closes at 3 pm.