|The ski slopes, tubing and ice skating are closed for the season.|
This winter we received 77 inches of natural snow and enjoyed a record 146 skier days. Thanks to all who made the 2014-15 winter season an absolute blast.
Be sure to check the season pass page in mid-May for the season pass internet special. Stay current by following us on Instagram. We hope to see you soon. Have a great spring.
Gunther’s Way Wasn’t Enough
Expect to ride to Sugar’s 5,300 foot peak in five minutes next season. The installation of a Doppelmayr high speed, detachable, six passenger chairlift will begin early this spring and is expected to be completed in time for opening day of the 2015-16 winter season.
“The new six pack means added comfort for our customers, shorter lift lines and more time on the slopes,” explained Sugar Mountain Resort’s President, Gunther Jochl.
The existing Summit #1 lift will be refurbished and relocated to the bottom of Gunther’s Way providing access to the mountain’s peak. Summit #2 lift will be shortened to the upper mid-point for beginners and/or an alternate access route to Sugar’s north side servicing Lower Flying Mile, Easy Street, Easy Street Extension, Gunther’s Way, Little Nell, and Tiny Tim. The new lift system’s architecture will streamline traffic flow and increase capacity by 2,000 people per hour.
As a result of the improvements Sugar will not offer summer lift rides or host SugarBrew. However, expect both to be back on the schedule in 2016. The Sports Shop will open for the annual fourth of July sale on July 4th and 5th and Oktoberfest will be held the second weekend in October; October 10th and 11th.
|Monday, March 30, 2015 10:23am|
Our lift equipment requires routine maintenance. Although every precaution is taken; in rare cases, grease may drip from lift equipment. Sugar Mountain Resort is not responsible for grease on clothing or equipment. This is an inherent risk of the sport.