20/21 New England Pass
Mapping the Next 10 Years
In 2010, Sugarloaf released the Sugarloaf 2020 Road Map – an envisioning document that outlined our map for investments in the coming decade.
Over ten years later, much of that vision has been realized; over 600 acres of new terrain in Brackett Basin and Burnt Mountain offer skiers and riders an unparalleled resort experience, including New England’s only true cat skiing operation. New restaurants have opened, others have been updated, numerous improvements have been made to our village, and community partnerships have led to new development and growth.
But we’re far from done.
As the decade ends, we look ahead to the next 10 years: investments in technology, terrain, and infrastructure will take the Sugarloaf experience to new heights, while the same guiding principles we outlined ten years ago will ensure that the core intangibles that make Sugarloaf unique remain unchanged.
This is Sugarloaf 2030.
Lifts, Terrain, and Snowmaking
Upgrades in the Village and beyond
Creating new Sugarloafers
Carbon neutral by 2030
West Mountain Expansion
The new Bucksaw Express chairlift will be the centerpiece of the West Mountain Expansion, which will also feature roughly 120 acres of new trails and ski-in/ski-out real estate development.
A new booster pumphouse constructed in summer of 2022 represents the first step in a comprehensive overhaul of the resort's snowmaking system, that will allow Sugarloaf to make more snow faster than ever before.
The purchase of the Herbert Hotel in Kingfield provides a new housing option for Sugarloaf team members, helping us to ensure the resort is fully staffed.
The transformation of summer business at Sugarloaf will continue with the addition of a planned downhill mountain bike park in the coming years.