Sunday, January 20, 2013

NC Ski Slopes with Fresh Snow and More Trails Open for the Holiday Weekend

January 20:
With natural snow of 4 - 12 inches and cooler temperatures allowing snowmaking to continue through the night,  the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Weekend will be a great time to visit the NC Ski Resorts and hit the NC slopes.

Appalachian Ski Mountain is open today with 10 slopes and 6 lifts on a base of 12 - 22 inches. Snowmaking continues overnight creating peak season conditions this weekend.

Beech Mountain Ski Resort is skiing 12 slopes with 6 lifts on a base of 14 - 42 inches. Ice skating and tubing are open. New snow of 12 inches with  snowmaking continuing overnight throughout the Holiday weekend..

Cataloochee Ski Area will be skiing 12 trails with 5 lifts on a base of 16 - 30 inches with 6 inches of new natural snow. Tube World will re-open today from 10 AM -10 PM. The top of the mountain is now open and  additional terrain will be available as snowmaking continues.  In addition, there will some features for you to ride on Over Easy, right down from the Snack Shack and serviced by the Easy Way Triple Chairlift.There will be three sessions of skiing, day skiing from 8:30am-4:30pm, twilgiht skiing from 1pm until 10pm and night skiing from 6pm until 10pm. Holiday rates are in effect through Monday, January 21.

Sapphire Valley Ski Area is temporarily closed with snowmaking in progress. Tube Hill is open today. Call 828.743.7663 for a live report.

Sugar Mountain Ski Resort is open
with 10 inches of new, natural snow. Skiing today on 15 slopes with 6 lifts on a base of 11 - 43 inches. Tubing and ice skating are open for all sessions. Snowmaking will continue.

Wolf Ridge Ski Resort is open today with regular hours skiing 6 slopes with 2 lift. 6 inches on a base of 34 - 39 of natural snowfall  with snowmaking in progress. More trails will open as snow accumulates.

Get links for all NC Ski Resorts, Tubing and winter sports on the NC Ski Resort Guide

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