Sugarloaf has plenty of winter activities to keep you busy until the last snowflake falls. Get ready for downhill skiing, a terrain park, sliding hill, ice skating and trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking and winter hiking.
Sugarloaf Provincial Park Ski Hill offers 13 downhill ski trails ranging from beginner to expert, a snowboard terrain park and on-site rentals and ski school. Skis (downhill and cross-country), snowboards, snowskates, snowshoes, fat bikes and other equipment are available for rent on site.
If you’re a camper, there’s no need to hang up your camping gear just yet! Enjoy the park camping experience all year round, even in winter ($10 nightly fee; reservations required).
For cross country ski enthusiasts, Sugarloaf is also home to Les Montagnards Cross Country Ski Club, which has several groomed trails and a full schedule of fun activities.
For more details on winter activities and events at the park, check out the Montagnards Outdoors Club’s website.
1 - Prichard Lake Access (Trail 5)
A peaceful trek through the forest. Along the way you will arrive at the Prichard family grave site. Enjoy a magnificent view of Prichard Lake from a lakeside picnic area.
2 - Prichard Lake Loop (Trail 6)
A peaceful trek through the forest. Along the way you will arrive at the Prichard family grave site. Enjoy a magnificent view of Prichard Lake from a lakeside picnic area. Listen for the call of the loons on the lake!
3 - White Pine (Trails 7-10)
A challenging and heavily forested undulating trail for the adventurous hiker. The trailhead is at the left shortly after entering the campground. Acadian forest with panoramic views of Sugarloaf Mountain.
4 - Terry Fox (Trail 8)
This wide crushed-rock trail starts at a small pond and circles Sugarloaf Mountain. A beautiful place to take a quick walk or to access the trail up the mountain. Great hike for a family.
5 - Sugarloaf Mountain (Trail 9)
A steep climb but well worth the effort to reach this iconic New Brunswick view. A steel lookout platform provides uninterrupted views of Campbellton, Chaleur Bay and the Restigouche river.
6 - Trail #11
Trail accessible in front of the campground. This trail will bring you from the bottom to the top with magnificent views and vistas of the park.