Sugar Mountain Resort’s rebuilt and expanded bike park opens Saturday, June 30. Trails are wider; expert terrain is better than ever; beginner and intermediate line options offer choices from the summit to the base, and added features like rollers, pumps, and jumps are scattered about the park.
Saturday, June 30, Sugar Mountain Resort hosts the second annual Summit Crawl. Run, hike, climb, or crawl as fast as you can to Sugar Mountain’s 5,300-foot peak by way of the Easy Street, Gunther’s Way, and Northridge slopes.
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.