As soon as the snow melts Sugar Mountain Resort’s decades old gravity and cross-country mountain biking and hiking trail system will begin to receive a much anticipated expansion.
And just like last year, you thought winter was over! After a few, long, weeks of warm temperatures the weather pattern finally made a turn toward winter conditions. Snow making began yesterday afternoon and will continue as long as temperatures allow. In addition, beginning Thursday and lasting through Sunday cold and snow is in the forecast, which means more snow making, deeper snow depths, more skiable terrain and additional open lifts.
This weekend, December 8 through 10 visit Sugar Mountain Ski Resort, located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, for its annual SugarFest celebration.
Sugar Mountain Ski Resort is open for skiing and snowboarding.
Today skiers and snowboarders can expect an eight to twenty-four inch base on a man-made powder and frozen granular surface. The Summit Express is in operation to Sugar’s peak servicing the Northridge, Switchback, Upper and Lower Flying Mile slopes.