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North Carolina Ski Resorts

10.6.11 09:57 AM

Are you trying to plan a visit to the North Carolina Ski Resorts or searching for information about the different areas where you can NC Ski? You have come to the right place! Skisoutheast.com is happy to provide information, stats, updated weather and ski conditions and trip reports on all of the North Carolina Ski Resorts and places where you can Ski North Carolina. Essentially, North Carolina Ski Resorts are found in two regions of the state. Read on to find out more about these regions and each different NC Ski Resort, and start planning your NC Ski trip.

The first and most widely known ski region in North Carolina is the High Country Blue Ridge Mountain NC Ski area in Blowing Rock and Banner Elk near the vacation resort area of Boone. In Blowing Rock NC you can NC Ski at Appalachian Ski Mountain. Appalachian Ski Mountain was the first NC Ski Resort in the area, opening its slopes and doors in 1962. Since then the resort's Ski French Swiss school, ten fantastic slopes and two terrain parks have become quite famous with locals and visitors alike. Their specials and New Year’s Eve fireworks shows are not to be missed.

A bit further away, but still within the High Country area of North Carolina, is Sugar Mountain Ski Resort, located high atop a peak that rises above Banner Elk. Sugar Mountain Ski Resort is the largest and most popular of the North Carolina Ski Resorts, and the adorable village of Sugar Mountain offers plenty to do in the winter time. Visitors of all kinds come here to NC Ski, as this NC Ski Resort is quite friendly to beginners and expert skiers. A short drive away from Sugar Mountain Ski Resort is the NC Ski Resort at Beech Mountain. Beech Mountain is the highest incorporated town east of the Mississippi River and the NC Ski Resort with the highest elevation—5,506 feet! Offering great NC Ski conditions all season long, Ski Beech Ski Resort is a popular place to go Banner Elk Skiing. Lastly, Hawksnest Snow Tubing park is located in this NC Ski area.

The second NC Ski area with which most are familiar is in the westernmost part of the statem near Asheville NC and Maggie Valley. Cataloochee Ski Area is found in Maggie Valley NC and is a renowned, family-friendly NC Ski Resort. Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains, Cataloochee is a thrilling place to learn to NC Ski and a special place to hone your skills if you are not a newbie. Also a short drive from Asheville NC is Wolf Ridge Resort in the Mars Hill area. Wolf Ridge is one of the smaller North Carolina Ski Resorts; however, the breathtaking scenery and spectacular amenities are hard to miss and are one of the reasons why this resort is quite popular. Finally, the third NC Ski Resort found in this area is Sapphire Valley Ski resort, located in a 5,700-acre mountain valley. Sapphire Valley is also a small NC Ski Resort, and its snow tubing park is quickly becoming the most popular in this part of the state.

Click around to find more information on the North Carolina Ski Resorts. For almost a decade now, Skisoutheast.com has been the place to go to find the best NC Ski resorts and the greatest deals on vacations and skiing and lodging packages. We update the site each day with relevant news, information, pics, videos and more, and invite you to start planning a trip to the North Carolina Ski Resorts today!




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