Located conveniently between the Glancer and West Mountain trails, nearly 500 acres sits ready to launch Sugarloaf into a new generation of summer and winter recreation.
Unveiled last winter in the Sugarloaf 2030 Road Map, the West Mountain development lies at the heart of the resort’s vision for the future. This natural playground is destined to become a hub for Sugarloaf families, with new ski trails, state of the art snowmaking, and downhill mountain biking – all serviced by a high speed, high capacity, wind resistant chairlift.
Real estate development will include roughly 196 new homes, featuring a variety housing types and styles ranging from large single family lots to trailside condominiums.
The future is bright – don’t miss your chance to get in on the ground floor.
① Residential Real Estate
Some of the largest slopeside lots anywhere at Sugarloaf will offer unparalleled privacy combined with easy ski-in/ski-out access. In the summer months these homes will also provide easy access to the Sugarloaf Golf Club, including a potential new 9-hole course now in planning stages. Buyers can build to suit their individual needs, making these easily the most desirable lots in Carrabassett Valley.
② Condo Development
Sugarloaf’s newest condominium development will offer upscale living with the ultimate slopeside convenience. Plans call for option to meet a variety of needs, with units ranging from two to four bedrooms, plus ample gear storage and other amenities.
Townhouses will offer a dash of luxury to your mountain getaway. Duplexes will ensure that every unit is an end unit, with high end finishes and ski-in/ski-out convenience, plus proximity to the Sugarloaf Golf Club.
New parking areas will provide quick and easy access to Sugarloaf’s newest lift and trails, and a new parking lot access trail will create ski-in/ski-out parking convenience for Sugarloaf skiers and riders.
⑤ Trail Devlopment
New alpine trail development will open up roughly 140 acres of new beginner and intermediate trails, complete with the latest in low energy snowmaking technology. This new terrain will make West Mountain the newest hub for family-friendly skiing and riding, and provide the ultimate ski-in/ski-out convenience for new West Mountain homes.
⑥ Lift Upgrades
Lift developments will include a new highspeed, high-capacity chairlift running from West Mountain Road all the way to Bullwinkles Restaurant. This new lift will improve access for West Mountain home owners, with a 7-day-a-week operating schedule and a vastly reduced ride time, meaning less time on the lift and more time on the snow. The existing West Mountain lift will be shortened to eliminate redundancy and congestion, while maintaining ease of access for existing West Mountain homeowners.