Fifty years ago the thrill of skiing down the rolling slopes of Sugar Mountain intrigued a group of daring developers. Participating in a sport mostly unfamiliar to the Southern population rapidly took hold and winter fun became a staple for many. Today, the masses flock to Sugar Mountain, not only to feel and see and touch snow, but to enjoy the plethora of activities that only the accumulation of snowflakes can produce.
From 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., October 12 & 13, Sugar Mountain Resort hosts its 29th annual Oktoberfest celebration.
A year-round, full-time with benefits position is available at Sugar Mountain Resort. Nestled in the beautiful, Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina’s largest snow-sports resort is seeking a motivated and friendly person to recruit groups interested in skiing, snowboarding, and mountain biking.
Caroline Washam will be hosting a women’s only (sorry guys) gravity mountain bike camp at Sugar Mountain Resort on Saturday, October 12. A day with Caroline is sure to develop and improve anyone’s gravity skills and inspire the inner tiger. “When it comes to coaching, I see no limit to the opportunities,” says Caroline.