The 2014-2015 ski and snowboarding season for the Southeast and mid-Atlantic ski resorts came to an official end on Sunday, April 5th as Snowshoe Mountain ended it’s long run at 4:30pm and Appalachian Ski Mountain ceased ski and snowboarding ops for the season at 6pm, Easter Sunday.
From all indications it was an exceptional season in terms of skier visits and that is despite the fact that most of the resorts in the region fell short of their NORMAL, annual natural snowfall totals. This past winter was a roller-coaster one in terms of weather. November was as good as it gets, then December was a strange one in that the important Christmas to New Year’s period was borderline. Once we got into mid-January things took off and lots of cold and snow made things pretty awesome the rest of the way.
We really never had the usual January thaw and in fact there’s still a lot of snow on the mountains of the region as of this last post of the season.
Enjoy your Spring and Summer and if you’re reading this post – check out www.ResortCams.com to keep an eye on your favorite mountain community. There’s a bunch of beach and lake cams in there as well!
Until NEXT season…
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Snowshoe Resort is Hosting Our SkiSoutheast.com Summit March 3,4,5th and YOU are Invited!
We think we have put together what should be the best deal we’ve ever had for this event and we want you to come and join the fun. It’s always great to play at Snowshoe and to do so with 20% OFF Lodging, and a Free Sunday Lift Pass is a great deal. We are ALSO giving away TWO Free Snowshoe Season Passes, Free TShirts, boggans, stickers, hats and more. Click HERE or on the Graphic below to see more information, book and JOIN US.
If you like skiing or snowboarding and you want to meet some new friends and get 20% OFF LODGING, a Free Sunday Lift Ticket AND be able to ski the slopes before ANYONE ELSE on the mountain…join us March, 3rd, 4th and 5th.