You may not think of North Carolina and Ski Resorts together in the same sentence. If you never knew, yes there is skiing in North Carolina and a few good resorts to look into if you are planning a trip this year.
Below you will find our list of the six best ski resorts in NC to visit.
And just so you know, these resorts are located in the Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains. Near the city of Boone are three different resorts.
Below find information on resort phone numbers, addresses, websites and links to our reviews and ratings.
Sugar Mountain Resort, Inc. - There’s a total of 20 slopes (15 stay open at night). There’s also ice skating, a tube park, lodging on site and other activities. This is big place. See a map of the slopes.
1009 Sugar Mountain Dr
Sugar Mountain, NC
Cataloochee Ski Area – Skiing in the Maggie Valley of NC is always a holiday treat. See a map of the slopes and learn more about the resort.
1080 Ski Lodge Rd
Maggie Valley, NC
Wolf Ridge Ski Resort – Located only a short drive from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North Carolina. Wolf Ridge has 23 different slopes. There’s also two different lodges to visit, one loacated at the bottom of the slopes and the upper lodge up in the mountains. See a map of Wolf Ridge Ski Resort.
578 Valley View Cir
Mars Hill, NC
Beech Mountain Resort – The slopes at this resort are mainly for intermediates and advanced skiers. See the lay of the land.
1007 Beech Mountain Pkwy
Beech Mountain, NC
Appalachian Ski Mountain – Includes 12 slopes (from advanced, intermediate, to beginner). Here’s a link if you want to see a map of the trails.
940 Ski Mountain Rd
Blowing Rock, NC
Sapphire Valley Ski Resort – A small place a good place to start if your a beginning. Learn more.
207 Saphire Valley Rd