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Terrain Parks - Sunday River

Riders Guide

A top Maine resort, Sunday River offers 132 trails and 18 lifts, including four high-speed quads, five quads, four triples, and two doubles. The resort receivers about 155 inches of snow per year, but their huge fleet of snow cannons and precise grooming schedule help ensure that the powder is fresh. About a quarter of the trails are each beginner and expert, with about 20 percent expert trails and most at an intermediate level. The longest run is about three miles long, so brace yourself for skiing excitement.

Parks and Pipes

Four terrain parks offer beginner, intermediate, and advanced features for riders. A park just for kids offers things like a 10-foot jump, rollers, rails, and banks. A mini-pipe and park just for beginning adults has the same types of features but on a larger scale. Their 3D Park offers intermediate snowboarding with a mini-mogul, flat boxes, and rails designed for the rider working on skills. And Rocking Chair Park can offer challenges and fun for even the most experienced rider, with 40-foot jumps, C and S boxes, saddle boxes, battleship rails, a wall ride, and a quarter-pipe. The resort also boasts a superpipe for extreme snowboarding action.

Out of Bounds

Snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and other winter activities like ice climbing, snowcatting, sledding, snowmobiling, and ice fishing are available. Kids can enjoy indoor wall and rock climbing, laser tag, and fun indoor park activities as well. Snow tubing and ice skating offer even more winter enjoyment. Dog sledding, ski and snowboard competitions, and a variety of festivals and events await you.

Hangout & Hookup

There are fun places for the younger crowd and adults as well. Ski bars, pubs, taverns, and full-service restaurants with full bars offer fun for everyone around the mountain and in Bethel. There are over 30 different restaurants and bars and even a microbrewery with fresh, local brew on tap. Live entertainment and dancing are just some of the fun to be found at Sunday River.