Novices especially are in for a treat, as over 75 percent of the River's trails are rated beginner or intermediate, but many of those runs are wide enough to allow for huge carving turns and steep enough to offer advanced downhillers a thrill.
Consequently, how many peaks does Sunday River have?
Likewise, what mountain is Sunday River on?
Sunday River Whitecap is a 3,335 ft (1,017 m) mountain located in Oxford County, Maine, United States. It is flanked to the west by Slide Mountain, and to the southeast by Stowe Mountain.
|Sunday River Whitecap|
|Easiest route||Hiking, class 1|
Is Sunday River better than Sugarloaf?
“I've got friends at Sunday River, but Sugarloaf has better terrain. There's more vertical, there's less traversing than at Sunday River, and it's less crowded on the busy days. “When it comes to the skiing, there are 10 days a year when Sugarloaf is like no other resort in the East.
Who owns Sunday River?
Sunday River and its sister resort Sugarloaf have been operated by Boyne Resorts since being sold by American Skiing Company in 2007 for a combined $77 million. The resort's land has been owned by CNL Lifestyle, then Och-Ziff Capital Management, and leased back to Boyne. Boyne purchased the resort in March 2018.