Sugarloaf Park is the SNOW DESTINATION in New Brunswick




In the winter, Sugarloaf Park receives between 300 and 400 cm of snow annually and is truly


The Park offers the largest variety of winter outdoor activities in one location and one of the longest snow season in the province.

You will find twelve ALPINE SKI trails from beginner to expert, including a terrain park with a half-pipe for SNOWBOARDING.

Consult the Alpine ski and Snowboarding Calendar.

With its mountains and lush forests, the Park offers some of the province’s most scenic CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING trails. With kilometres of groomed and marked trails and more than 1,100 hectares of mountain terrain, forest and lakes to discover, SNOWSHOEING is probably the best kept secret of the Park.

In the winter, MOUNT SUGARLOAF and PRICHARD LAKE, two of the Parks nature icons, offer beautiful settings for winter outdoor activities.

Within Sugarloaf Park, there are many other winter fun activities from which to choose: Bring the kids tobogganing or TUBING on our sliding hill or ICE SKATING on our lighted natural pond located just a few steps from the main lodge; take a walk in the CAMPGROUND and feed the chickadees or take part in one of the many EVENTS held at the Park in the winter.

The Park also comprises a 32 km groomed snowmobile trail system, which connects to all provincial trails.  

Winter is a very active season at Sugarloaf Park where the snow season more often than not stretches for more than four months from December to March.




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XC-Ski Trail Conditions

Snow Report and Weather


Updated Tuesday, May 2, 2018


Terry Fox/ Campground: Open

Not Tracked & Not Groomed

Trail #1

Not Tracked & Not Groomed

Trail #2:

Not Tracked &  Not Groomed 

Trail #3

Not Tracked &  Not Groomed 

Trail #4

Not Tracked & Not Groomed 

Condition: Spring conditions


Ski/Snowboard Trail Conditions



Monday, April 2, 2018

Trails: Close
Lifts: Close
Hours: Close
Condition: Close for the season

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