I can't tell you anything on sunday river but i know the loaf is pretty bad ass. conditions were bad but they had an ok park, it had alright features but it was a well organized park and they also had nice long runs. i spent most my time goofing off on the slopes tapping trees and i had a blast
...did he just stall on that random log...i wanna do that...
If you are looking for it you will find it. There are plenty of opportunities for glades, marked and unmarked, at both mountains. The snowfields at sugarloaf are usually good in march as well. That being said, Sunday River often has comps that utilize the park, rocking chair, or pipe on a typical weekend. Check the events page because Jib academy and dumont cup take place at the end of march. Sugarloaf, also uses their setups every once in a while and is also closed to the public. As long as their is a decent amount of snow both mountains should be fun.
I have spent 33 days up there already this season, and after all that snow you can't go wrong. Parks are in rebuild mode right now and everything is going to be so soft, all the woods are incredible, and overall I enjoy it more than SR. Come up and chill with us
All reasons previous stated; Park is on point, Longer Runs, and better snow. I skied SR a couple times earlier in the year and just wasn't impressed. Park wasn't that great and was crowded.
I have been up to Sugarloaf a few more times and the best was deffinitly this past weekend. Money snow, warm enough, ballin glades, and you could still get enough speed to clear all the jumps even with all the fresh snow.
You know on second thought, there was way more kids rockin tall tees at SR.....