Training Facilities

Antigravity Complex

CVA student-athlete teams stay in top physical form by participating in dry-land, weightroom and fitness training at the Carrabassett Valley Anti-Gravity Complex (AGC). The AGC is one of the best ski/snowboard specific training facilities available. It features trampolines, weight room, skate park, hardwood courts, and climbing wall - everthing CVA's athletes need to maintain healthly bodies and to optimize safety while on snow.

The AGC also provides the backdrop for off-season training opportunities for local athletes, and the hub of the  such as the popular CVA Trampoline & Skate Camp.

Sugarloaf Terrain Parks

In 2008-09 Sugarloaf completely redesigned its terrain park landscape, adding two new parks, a permanant snowboardcross course, and an entirely rebuilt Superpipe. The new parks include the Haywire advanced park, and the Skybound beginner park on Whiffletree. Sidewinder, the new snowboardcross course, was built in collaberation with CVA's own Seth Wescott and is located underneath the SuperQuad. Intermediate park features can be found in the Stomping Grounds.

Bagjump

CVA's Bagjump is the largest and safest apparatus of its kind. The Bagjump allows CVA athletes to safely optimize progression of aerial maneuvers.  

Athletics

3197 Carrabassett Drive
Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947

207.237.2250

Fax: 207.237.2213
Email: kpunderson@gocva.com