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Why is Sugarloaf a good ski resort for school groups?

Sugarloaf has long been one of the go to Ski resorts for people in the know within the USA, for your ski school trip it offers a wide range of accommodation, private apres ski activities for your school trip and a good amount of introductory runs for your students.

The resort also has a golf course for the summer months so you know that it is geared up for great hospitality. The ski resort also has a long standing kids ski academy that operates every year and caters for children from the ages of 3 upwards. Choosing Sugarloaf for your ski school trip would be a great choice and you would know you are going to a resort that has a long standing history of delivering exceptional ski training for students.

Getting to Sugarloaf
The nearest airport is Boston which is about a 4.5 hour transfer. It is remote, but that just means stunning scenery.

For beginners
It is amazing for beginners, they offer academies to local children every year running from March until October. They have plenty of green runs for beginners to cut their teeth on if students in your ski school trip haven't tried it before. Also there are plenty of blue and red runs once they have got the hang of things.

Sugarloaf accommodation
There are quite a few options for your school ski trip to choose from and Sugarloaf has some fantastic hotels right on the slopes, some a 10 minute walk and some with their own apres ski entertainment. Sugarloaf offers a great range of accommodation for groups and other ski school trips will likely be in hotels with yours meaning children can interact with their peers.

The best bits about Sugarloaf

  • Sugarloaf has amazing ski academies for youngsters.
  • It is a remote location so the scenery is stunning and mainly untouched.
  • Fantastic accommodation for children.
Sugarloaf resort photo

© Ethan Austin

Sugarloaf resort photo

© Ethan Austin

Sugarloaf resort photo

© Ethan Austin



ski resort rating

Suitability for School Groups:
Beginners 4/5 Intermediates 4/5 Sugarloaf resort is a great experience and offers great facilities for those wishing to learn how to ski.


Sugarloaf resort location

Sugarloaf Resort Location:
1300m Snowfall 4/5 Sugarloaf Mountain receives 5m of snow each season each winter.


transfers

Approximate Travel Times:
School groups will have to fly into Boston and transfer to the resort.

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