Sunday River and Sugarloaf, Maine, Feb 11-17

Sunday, February 11, 2024 - 4:00am to Saturday, February 17, 2024 - 8:00am

Skiers with moose mascot on Sugarloaf Mountain

This is an all-inclusive package. Your bargain price of $1700 includes:

  • Luxury motor coach transportation with breakfast, box lunch and snacks..
  • Five-day lift tickets for Sunday River and a day at Sugarloaf. Ikon passes deduct $300 and Super Seniors (80+) can ski for $50
  • Ski-in/ski-out lodging at the Grand Summit Hotel at Sunday River (double occupancy)
  • Six dinners and five hot breakfast buffets

Sunday River is the perfect destination whether you're an expert seeking double black steeps, an intermediate looking for corduroy groomers or someone new to skiing. It is a sprawling resort that spans eight peaks, each with their own personalities and terrain. Sunday River has a trail for everyone. Featuring snowmaking on 522 acres serviced by 15 lifts, skiers and riders have access to 135 trails (53 miles), including almost 300 acres of developed tree skiing. The area receives on average 155 inches of snowfall per year. The longest run is three miles. The top elevation is 3,140 feet, and the base is at 800 feet with a total vertical drop of 2,340 feet.

Sugarloaf is Maine’s second highest peak offering over 1,200 skier accessible acres and a continuous 2,820 feet vertical,. The annual snowfall totals 200 inches and 12 lifts provide access to 162 trails and glades.


Joe Sullivan

Mail the flyer with your check to reserve. Download flyer for details.

This trip is available exclusively to members of Suburban Ski Club (SSC). If you are not a current member, you may join online. First-time membership is $10, renewal is $20.