It’s c-c-cold out this morning! That is the big story this morning. Check the individual ski pages for lows this morning from around the region, and check the SLOPE CONDITIONS page for more details about slope openings and more.
Here’s some basic highlights for today.
Cataloochee received 1” of snow on Sunday and they are 100% open for day skiing only today. Tubing is closed until Thursday as well.
Hawksnest is 95% open. College Night is Tuesday. College students can buy a lift ticket for $10 for the night session. Ladies Day is Wednesday, ladies receive a free lift ticket. There is no snow making going on today!
Sapphire Valley is not open on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Ski Beech received 3” of new snow on Sunday! They are 100% open with wonderful conditions across all 15 trails. They will be making snow today so bundle up as the high should only get to about 10° after a morning low near 3° on our weather station up there!
Sugar Mountain reported 1-2” of new snow and they are 100% open as well. They are not making snow during the day session and tubing is closed until Wednesday.
Wolf Ridge’s folks wrote, “It was a great weekend with The Bowl, Viewfinder and the Wolf Ridge connector are all open! Come ski the entire mountain from the Lower Lodge to the Upper Lodge and down to Breakaway Village. Conditions were great this weekend and will see some great weather and great skiing this week too! Get to the Wolf!”
Lots of Photos and Trip Reports Being Posted Today!
Be sure to check back throughout the day for more new images, videos and more. PLUS we have TWO NEW VACATION GIVEAWAYS to add to our contest pages. Wits End Vacation Rentals spoke with us this past week and they want to be involved with our giveaways and we’re happy to announce two great vacations that we’ll be adding this week. Additionally we have plans to give away ALL of our remaining lift passes this week, so STAY TUNED!!! You can win!
Until Next Time…
THINK COLD AND SNOW!!!
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