Sugarloaf Begins Sale of Dutchman Woods

With logging well underway to clear trails and roads in Sugarloaf’s massive new West Mountain Expansion, the first real estate offering in the new development, Dutchman Woods, is now on sale.

Featuring 20 single-family home sites with ski-in/ski-out access, Dutchman Woods will take shape as one of Sugarloaf’s most dramatic residential destinations. Featuring some of the largest lots slated for the West Mountain development, Dutchman Woods’ high elevation ensures incomparable 360-degree views, while preserving a level of privacy rarely available to mountain residents. Designers have taken care to embrace the natural flow of the dramatic topography – ensuring that no two lots are the same.

The West Mountain Expansion project is ultimately expected to include up to 224 new housing units, with a mix of single-family lots, duplex townhomes, and condominium buildings – Dutchman Woods being the first opportunity. It has been nearly two decades since the most recent on-mountain real estate development at Sugarloaf of this scale.

Dutchman Woods lots will be offered exclusively by Mountainside Real Estate, the official real estate agency of Sugarloaf. Interested buyers should get in touch with our office through the contact form on Dutchman Woods or by phone at 207-237-2100.

The West Mountain Expansion is part of the Sugarloaf 2030 Road Map – an outline for development at the resort through the coming decade. The centerpiece of the expansion will be the new “Bucksaw Express” chairlift – a high-speed detachable quad that will transport skiers and riders from its base near West Mountain Road up to Bullwinkle’s Restaurant. The development also includes 12 new alpine trails covering roughly 120 acres, which will increase Sugarloaf’s total skiable acreage by nearly 10%.

With the added terrain, West Mountain alone is comparable to many ski areas in its size, with nearly 300 acres of developed trails and glades spanning 1,500 vertical feet.

For more information on the West Mountain Expansion and the Sugarloaf 2030 Road Map, please visit

About the Author
Shannon Crabb
I grew up skiing at Sugarloaf with my dad, often making the drive up from my childhood home in southern Maine. Now I'm lucky enough to live in Kingfield, just a stone's throw from the mountain.
I'm enthusiastic about skiing, ice skating and love to snowshoe in the winter - but balance these outdoor activities with cooking in a warm kitchen or sitting by a fire with my husband and pets and I'm as happy as can be.
My most loved warm weather activities include paddle boarding with my giant dog, hiking and gardening - but honestly half the time you'll just find me laying under a tree, in the grass, reading a book.