Sugar Mountain Resort, Inc.
1009 Sugar Mountain Drive
Sugar Mountain, NC 28604
CONTACT: Kim Jochl x262
DATE: Sunday, November 2, 2014
We’re Making Snow, Lots of it!
Sugar Mountain Resort is Open for Skiing and Riding
Sugar Mountain Ski Resort, North Carolina. Sunday, November 2, 2014 – Sugar Mountain Ski Resort located in the Appalachian Mountains of Western North Carolina is open today, Sunday, November 2nd for skiing and snowboarding. This marks the second earliest opening on record; just behind the Halloween opening two years ago. “It’s exciting to get the winter season started early,” said Owner & President Gunther Jochl.
The arctic blast dropped eight to ten inches of natural snow on Sugar Mountain. Temperatures settled into the low twenties creating an ideal snowmaking environment throughout the weekend. Snowmaking has been nonstop since late Friday evening, October 31st.
Today skiers and snowboarders can expect a 10-30 inch base on a natural and manmade packed powder surface. The Summit #1 Lift is in operation to the ¾’s station servicing the Upper and Lower Flying Mile slopes. Full day session runs from 9 am until 4:30 pm. The half-day session begins at 12:30 and ends at 4:30 pm. For a real time look at the slopes through the live, streaming web cam visit www.skisugar.com/cams.
The Sugar Mountain Ski and Snowboard School and the Equipment Rental Shop are both fully operational. Sugar Mountain Sports Shop, located in the Base Lodge is open for the season. It features the finest in winter apparel and footwear, quality gift items, and souvenirs; a great place to begin your holiday shopping. Plus, new winter items are arriving daily. If you have a group please contact the Group Sales Department. They will be happy to accommodate you.
Sugar’s 10,000 square foot outdoor ice rink and tubing park are scheduled to open as soon as weather permits. Visit www.skisugar.com/cams to see both activities opening progress.
For more information please call 800-SUGAR-MT or view www.skisugar.com for the latest slope and weather conditions. Historical opening and closing dates as well as recorded annual natural snowfall measurements can be found at www.skisugar.com/sugar-mountain-stats.
See you on the slopes!
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