From the top of the lift, Sugar Line starts straight ahead on a ski trail before dipping into the woods. After the first berm, Blue Pulaski
veers off to the right, while Sugar Line stays straight. Sugar Line then crosses the ski trail a few times before dropping through some well built bermed switchbacks. The trail stays in the woods for a little over a mile before crossing a ski trail again. Sugar Line then dips back into the woods for about a 1/4 mile for a few smooth berms. Immediately after crossing a ski trail again, there is a fun rock jump on the right of the trail.
Once back in the woods, Upper Sugar & Spice
veers right to go down the fall line while Sugar Line takes a more gentle route. After a bermed switchback there is a small jump line. Upper Sugar & Spice
connects back to Sugar Line right before a big berm. Shortly after this berm, Lower Sugar & Spice
veers to the right to go directly down the fall line, while Sugar Line again takes a more gentle route. Sugar Line then goes through one more big bermed switchback before another small jump line then meeting back up with Lower Sugar & Spice
. Sugar Line then crosses a wide ski trail before one last dip through the woods. Once exiting the woods, Sugar Line follows a ski trail back to the base lodge and lift.
As the trail snakes its way down the mountain, the majority of the trail is fairly smooth. There are a few wide wooden bridges with high railings crossing over steep gullies and streams. There are also occasional intersections with other trails which for the most part are well marked, though you should be careful around them in case someone comes blasting through.
Shared By: Barry Kosherick