Sugar Mountain Ski Resort reopens today for skiing and snowboarding. Guests can expect to ride the Summit Express chairlift to Sugar’s peak servicing the Northridge, Switchback, Upper and Lower Flying Mile slopes.
10 to 22 inches of manmade and packed powder snow cover the slopes. The full day session runs from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. while the half-day session begins at 12:30 p.m. and ends at 4:30 pm.
Please view www.skisugar.com/cams for a real time look at the slopes, the tubing park, and the ice skating rink.
The Sugar Mountain Ski and Snowboard School and the Equipment Rental Shop are both fully operational. Sugar Mountain Sports Shop, located in the Base Lodge, is open and features the finest in winter apparel and footwear, quality gift items, and souvenirs. It’s a great place to begin your holiday shopping. Plus, new winter items are arriving daily. Groups are always welcome at Sugar. For details please contact the Group Sales Department.
Sugar Mountain Resort’s thirteenth annual SugarFest lights up winter in Western North Carolina from December 11th through the 13th with Olympic figure skating medalist, Paul Wylie and two-time alpine skiing Olympic medalist, Diann Roffe.
If you’re looking for an early season deal, take advantage of Winter Value Packages where you’ll save 30-40% on lift tickets, rental equipment and lodging.
For more information please call 800-SUGAR-MTor visit www.skisugar.com for the latest slope and weather conditions. Historical opening and closing dates as well as recorded annual natural snowfall measurements can be found at www.skisugar.com/sugar-mountain-stats.
See you on the slopes!