Cataloochee, Snowshoe, And Sugar Continue On

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Then there were three.

Several resorts marked the end of their season over the weekend with various versions of spring fling events, but we aren’t completely done just yet.

This morning, Catalooche, Snowshoe, and Sugar Mountain will have lifts spinning today as they continue their seasons.

Snowshoe is taking full advantage of the cold this morning as they have snowmaking operations cranked up and we are seeing some light snow showers help paint the picture.

The crew at 4848′ is playing on 27 slopes with five lifts spinning. They are reporting a 30″ base with variable conditions.

Cataloochee is playing on nine trails this morning with three lifts turning. They are reporting spring conditions with a 22-52″ base.

Sugar is riding on a 26-73″ base with 14 trails and five lifts open. They are reporting a loose and frozen granular surface.

Temperatures this morning are below freezing at all three resorts this morning, and it isn’t going to be as mild today as the last few days.
We could see some flurries to help build some excitement in the North Carolina Mountains, while Snowshoe will see some snow showers throughout the day.

All-in-all, it is going to be a great day to ski or ride at any of the three resorts.

Sunday was the last day of the 2023-24 season for App Ski Mountain, Beech Mountain, Bryce Resort, and Timberline, while Massanutten concluded the season on Saturday.

The weekend was full of fun at the resorts. Here are some of the best social posts recapping the adventures.

That does it for today, until next time, #ThinkSnow!

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