North Carolina Ski Resorts

Ski season in North Carolina normally runs from November through to early April. Sugar Mountain is the largest ski area in the state. Beech Mountain is reported to be the highest ski area in Eastern America.
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669 ft vertical, 30 trails, 2 lifts
Snow tubing in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Hawksnest is recognized for having the largest snow tubing park on the east coast. The resort had skiing in the past but no longer offers skiing or snowboarding.
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740 ft vertical, 17 trails, 5 lifts
OPEN - 18 trails, 5 lifts
Enjoy a ski holiday at the exciting slopes of this Maggie Valley, North Carolina ski area with winding trails and a friendly, helpful atmosphere. Night skiing is available on certain days.
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200 ft vertical, 2 trails, 1 lifts
CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Feb 12
Family ski center in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The ski hill consists of two runs, one each for intermediate and beginner skiers, featuring runs up to 1600 feet in length and a vertical drop of 200 feet.
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650 ft vertical, 22 trails, 5 lifts, 54 skiable acres
Family oriented ski area in Western North Carolina's Blue Ridge mountains. 72 acres of ski terrain with 22 exciting slopes and 1 terrain park, 2 ski lodges and slope side cabin rentals. There is also a tubing hill about 4 miles from the ski area.
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700 ft vertical, 15 trails, 3 lifts, 72 skiable acres
OPEN - 15 trails, 4 lifts
Wolf Ridge has 23 ski slopes over 72 acres of terrain. It is located 30 minutes from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina.
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740 ft
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OPEN - 18 trails, 5 lifts
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200 ft
2
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CLOSED - Plans to reopen on Feb 12
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650 ft
22
5
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700 ft
15
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OPEN - 15 trails, 4 lifts
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88%
Legend = Large Resort = Small Resort