The weekend is looking very nice as the rain looks to be holding off until later on Saturday and although it could mess with night skiing a little, it could also change over to snow quicker than first expected and give us another shot of maybe an inch of additional snowfall.
We should have several hours of VERY GOOD ski conditions no matter where you are headed for play today. The light drizzle is forecasted to come in late this evening and then Sunday is when the temps nose dive and we’re looking for at least 7-10 days of cold, snowy weather!
Enjoy your day! We’re getting right to the report so that we can get out and make some turns with some friends over at Appalachian Ski Mountain around noon. If you’re over there, look us up.
Here’s a quick tour:
Appalachian Ski Mountain – 38° – 8 of 10 trails open, ice skating and both terrain parks
Cataloochee Ski Area – 37° – 9 of 14 trails open, tubing and some terrain features.
Hawksnest Snow Tubing Park – 36° – OPEN
Sapphire Valley – Open with both of their 2 slopes and the Frozen Falls Tubing Park.
Ski Beech – 37° – 5 of 15 trails open. Harris Brothers are playing in the Beech Tree tonight from 9-12 with no cover charge. Ice skating is open!
Sugar Mountain – 37° – 12 of 20 trails open and snow tubing and ice skating as well. Today, the 14th Annual National Winter Trails Day comes back to Sugar Mountain Resort. The event offers children and adults new to snow sports the chance to experience a complimentary snowshoe guided tour.
Wolf Ridge Resort – 4 of 20 trails open with tubing open as well.
As always, be sure to click over to www.SkiSoutheast.com for more news about ALL of the ski resorts of the Southeast and Mid Atlantic including more photos of the day, more snow news, more videos…and just MORE!
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