It’s been a long process, to say the least, but after years of planning, months of construction, several weeks of tests and inspections, and several more weeks of snowmaking (and waiting for weather to cooperate), we’re ready to open up Skyline to all of you this Saturday, December 17, at high noon.
We’ll have a short ribbon-cutting ceremony, share a few thoughts on this new chapter in the story of Sugarloaf, and then let you all have at. The first 100 of you up the lift will even receive a commemorative, one-of-a-kind tshirt to mark the occasion.
The official first four seats on the lift were auctioned off over the summer, with all of the proceeds going to four local non-profits: the Sugarloaf Charity Summit, the Western Maine Center for Children, the Sugarloaf Ski Club, and Carrabassett Valley Academy.
It’s looking like a fun weekend and snowmakers are expanding our open terrain all the time, so come on out and join us for this historic event on Saturday.
See you there!