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Sugarloaf Unveils Expansion Plans

Sugarloaf Sugarloaf in Carrabassett Valley, one of two Maine ski resorts owned by Boyne Resorts, announced a 10-year expansion. Sunday River, Boyne's other resort, announced a similar expansion earlier this month.

Sugarloaf ski resort has announced a 10-year plan that includes developing nearly 450 acres on the West Mountain area of the resort, with not only upgrades for skiing but real estate development, technology improvements and other changes to support year-round business on the mountain.

Owners Boyne Resorts said in a news release that the "Sugarloaf 2030 Road Map" is one of the most transformative projects in the Carrabassett Valley resort's 70 years. With the West Mountain expansion as the centerpiece, the plan builds on 2010's Sugarloaf 2020 plan. Goals include better on-mountain experiences, resort enhancements and fostering year-round vitality and sustainability.

 Read the full story at MaineBiz.com

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