Snowmaking to open the week; Cataloochee Remains Open

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Today’s featured image is from App Ski Mountain.

Snowmaking returned in some locations to kick off the week, while we still have one resort open for skiing and boarding today.

Cataloochee looks to be the lone resort open today as Sugar Mountain has hit the pause button on operations after opening last Thursday for the season.

Cat is offering three slopes serviced by two lifts on a 4-12″ base with a frozen granular surface. Snowmaking is in progress.

Sugar Mountain was also making snow this morning and posted that they will reopen as soon as the weather and snowmaking permits.

In addition to Cataloochee and Sugar Mountain, we saw snowmaking at Snowshoe and Beech Mountain this morning. It was great to see the resorts take advantage of the conditions to refresh the slopes and help build those bases out.

Snowshoe was going full blast on snowmaking this morning.

Hopefully, we will see the same stage play out tonight at several resorts.

In addition to the snowmaking, there are a few natural flying around the Wisp area this morning as they have a nice dusting to start the holiday week.

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

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