Holding Steady on a Thursday

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Today’s featured photo is from the Beech Mountain Summit Camera at Resortcams. What an incredible view!

It’s another holding steady day across the region.

Before I start rambling, there was some big and awesome news out of Tucker County, West Virginia as Perfect North Slopes bought the land and assets of Timberline Four Seasons Resort.

A really cool photo from Appalachian this morning.

You can read Mike’s full report – including a great interview with owner Chip Perfect – by clicking here.

It is a definite win for the ski industry, and we are excited to see the transformation take place.

We have three resorts open today (and their numbers are pretty much holding steady), but more resorts will join in on the fun starting tomorrow.

Appalachian, Cataloochee, and Sugar are playing today on the same bases and trails as yesterday. It doesn’t appear any of the three were able to refresh the slopes last night, but all of the snowmaking earlier this month is still paying off.

It is going to be an absolutely gorgeous day – even if it is going to be a tad on the warm side – but Mother Nature will bring some underdeveloped rain to the mix tomorrow and Saturday. The various opening days could be a tad soggy.

The northern resorts could see some snow mixed in on Friday and Saturday. Hopefully, Saturday night and Sunday will bring snowmaking conditions.

The calm before the season kicks off at Snowshoe.

Snowshoe is set to rope drop the 2019-20 season at 9 am tomorrow, while Massanutten will offer a sneak preview to season passholders and property owners.

Massanutten and Beech are slated to kick off the season on Saturday morning, while Bryce will resume operations on Saturday and Sunday.

It’s an exciting and busy time around the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic for sure.

If you are heading out to Lees-McRae tonight for the Teton Gravity Research Film Tour, be sure to be on the lookout for Mike – he will be there to take in the festivities.

Find out more about this cool event by clicking here.

Until next time, #ThinkSnow (and #ThinkCold)!

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