Beer, BBQ, Exercise and More Featured at Sugar Mountain Resort This Summer, Click For More Info

Published Monday, April 15, 2013 at 2:25 pm

April 15, 2013. The most fun you’ll have all summer long is at Sugar’s second annual SugarBrew, Saturday, August 3, or Sugar’s 23rd annual Oktoberfest, Saturday and Sunday, October 12 and 13.

relaySample an array of craft, import and domestic beer and wines at this year’s SugarBrew. Listen to live music performances by local favorites, a selection of good ‘ole American style summer-time food will be available too. Of course any festival at Sugar offers ski-lift rides to its 5,300 ft. peak.

The Oktoberfest weekend is jam packed with an eclectic range of activities from 10:00 am until 5:00 p.m. At the very least a visit to Sugar’s Oktoberfest is worth a Bavarian beer or a German waltz. Festival admission, parking and shuttle service are free!

BBQ Boot Camp! July 19 through July 20 the North Carolina Barbecue Society will host BBQ Boot Camp at Sugar Mountain Resort. Certified BBQ judge classes are destination events attended by barbecue and food enthusiasts from all over the world. For more information, click to http://www.ncbbqsociety.com.

Exercise! This summer speed your way down narrow dirt trails on a mountain bike or increase your heart rate and improve overall physical fitness while climbing Sugar’s 1,200 foot vertical rise. The trail system which intertwines throughout the Village of Sugar Mountain can be used by hikers and bikers alike. Trail heads are accessible from many points throughout the Village. Daily usage is free of charge May 1 through October 20 from dawn until dusk. Trail maps are conveniently located at the base of Sugar Mountain and online at www.skisugar.com/summer/trailmap.pdf.

Soak in nature’s beauty while relaxing in a chairlift on your way to Sugar Mountain’s 5,300 foot summit. Scenic chairlift rides operate every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Thursday July 4th through Labor Day Sunday, September 1. Scenic vistas provide extraordinary views of North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Grandfather Mountain, Roan Mountain and beyond. For mountain bikers, hooks mounted on the back of the liftchairs carry bikes to the top of Sugar Mountain. One-time or all-day lift tickets are available as well as group tickets. Kids 4 and under ride free with a ticketed adult.

Wouldn’t it be fun to get married on top of one of North Carolina’s highest peaks? At Sugar’s 5,300 foot peak, your once in a life-time, mountaintop event will be surrounded by blue skies, green slopes, lots of trees, comfortable temperatures, family, friends and nature the way it was intended. After the “I do’s” delight in a reception crafted to your personal preferences. Full-service reception options from pig-pick’in to white table cloth are available. After all, love is everything! Contact Wendy Snider at [email protected] or 800-SUGAR MT x202 and begin making your wedding plans. 

Purchase your family’s cold weather wear during Sugar’s 4th of July winter sale. Everything in the shop will be 30 to 70 percent off retail prices Thursday, July 4, through Sunday, July 7, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. All outerwear will be 50 percent off! Footwear selection including Ugg, Sorel, Columbia, and Bogs will be 40 percent off. Hard goods and accessories which include helmets, poles, backpacks, and sunglasses are going to be 30 percent off. Spyder Sample Sale items will be on the floor as well.

If golf and tennis are all you need to keep you happy and fit this summer, the Village of Sugar Mountain operates six fast dry clay tennis courts and an 18-hole executive golf course. 

For additional information please call 800-SUGAR-MT or visit us at www.skisugar.com.

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