Where to Ski, Snowboard and Tube Within a Short Drive


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Snowtubing lanes at Hawksnest in Seven Devils, N.C.

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Whether you're looking for a day-trip of winter fun or want to spend an entire weekend on the slopes, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia resorts offer many great options. Snow lovers in the Triangle can hit the slopes at 14 different ski and/or tubing resorts within a six-hour drive. Almost all offer programs for beginners and children, so even your young ones can enjoy these winter wonderlands.

Most resorts begin their season in late November and are open through mid-March. Be sure to check resort websites or call ahead for weather reports and slope closures. Take a look at the skiing, snowboarding and tubing resorts listed below. Pack the car with ski bibs, jackets and a thermos of hot chocolate for the drive and enjoy a snowy adventure!


Where to Ski or Snowboard in:

North Carolina

Appalachian Ski Mountain

940 Ski Mountain Rd., Blowing Rock
828-295-7828
appskimtn.com and appterrainpark.com
Lift rates: $18-$70. Ages 5 and younger ski free with ticketed adult. Late season discounted rates available March 12 – 25, 2018.  
Number of slopes: Three easy, three more difficult and three most difficult (all slopes lighted for night skiing); three freestyle terrain parks.
Off the slopes: Outdoor ice rink; fully lighted for skating under the stars seven days a week.
Children's programs: Ski Wee and Cruiser Camps instructional programs designed for skiers ages 4-10 and snowboarders ages 7-12. Ski Wee is open daily and Cruiser Camp only on weekends and holidays. Nursery care available for ages 1-4; full day includes lunch; advanced reservations are required.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 3½ hours.


Beech Mountain

1007 Beech Mountain Pkwy., Beech Mountain
800-438-2093
Lift rates: $20-$79; ages 4 and younger ski free with ticketed adult. Receive 25 percent off all lift tickets and rental equipment March 5, 2018 through the end of the season.
Number of slopes: Three easy, six more difficult and four most difficult; two freestyle terrain parks.
Off the slopes: Outdoor 7,000 square foot ice rink and a state-of-the art tubing park with chutes up to 700 feet in length. 
Children's programs: Private or group lessons ages 4 and up. Snow Kamp provides all day childcare with an introduction to a winter wonderland of activities for kids ages 3-5. Traxx is an all-day ski program for students ages 6-14. Burton Learn to Ride Center provides snowboarding lessons for ages 6-14. Nursery care available for ages 6 months to 3 years; snack, hot lunch, quiet crib room and large playroom included in price; reservations are recommended.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 4 hours.

PHOTO COURTESY OF BEECH MOUNTAIN RESORT


Cataloochee Ski Area

1080 Ski Lodge Rd., Maggie Valley
800-768-0285
Lift rates: $20-$75; ages 4 and younger ski free with ticketed adult. Adults 65 and over ski free. 
Number of slopes: Eight easy, seven more difficult and two most difficult; freestyle terrain park. All trails except one lighted for night skiing.
Off the slopes: Snow tubing at Tube World in Maggie Valley located four miles from the ski area.
Children's programs: Ski and snowboarding instruction available. Class lessons for ages 8 and up; private lessons for ages 3 and up. Half- and full-day programs available for ages 4-12. 
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 5 hours.


Sapphire Valley Ski Area

127 Cherokee Trail, Sapphire, NC
828-743-7663
Lift rates: $21-$63
Number of slopes: Two slopes (one main intermediate run, one learning slope). Ideal for youth and beginners.
Off the slopes: Snow tubing at Frozen Falls Tube Park at a 500-foot run with a 60-foot vertical drop. Winter zip line tours on the Vordach Zip Line Experience.  
Children's programs: Ski and snowboard group lessons for ages 5 and up. Private lessons and Ski School also available for ages 4 and up.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 5½ hours.


Sugar Mountain Resort

1009 Sugar Mountain Drive, Sugar Mountain
800-784-2768
Lift rates: $23-$74; ages 4 and younger ski free with ticketed adult. Discounted pricing starts March 5, 2018.
Number of slopes: Seven easy, 10 more difficult and four most difficult; freestyle terrain park.
Off the slopes: 700 foot long tubing lanes; 10,000 square foot outdoor ice skating rink.
Children's programs: Ski and snowboard group lessons available for ages 8 and up. Private lessons available for ages 4 and up. Sugar Bear Ski School program also available for children 5-10 and includes life ticket, rental equipment, helmet, lessons, lunch and supervision. Polar Bear Snowboard School similar for ages 7-14. Child care available for ages 6 months and older; infants under 12 months old require a reservation (call 828-898-4521, ext. 240 for information).
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 4 hours.

 

 

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Wolf Ridge Ski Resort

578 Valley View Circle, Mars Hill
800-817-4111
Lift rates: $20-$71; ages 4 and younger ski free with ticketed adult. Adults 65 and over free. 
Number of slopes: Four easy, eight intermediate, and two advanced.
Off the slopes: Snow tubing at Wolf Ridge Tube Run.
Children's programs: One-on-one ski or snowboard lessons available for ages 5 and older. Group lessons available for ages 9 and older.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 4½ hours.


Virginia

The Homestead Resort

7696 Sam Snead Hwy., Hot Springs
800-838-1766
Lift rates: Check website for pricing for hotel guests. Purchase tickets online at least one day in advance and save up to 61 percent. Call 540-839-7721 for group discount information.
Number of slopes: 10 slopes, 45 acres for skiing and snowboarding.
Off the slopes: Penguin Slides Tubing Park and ice skating. 
Children's programs: The Rossignol Experience Center features award-winning experience skis with the latest ski innovations. Sepp Kober Ski School offers ski and snowboard instruction for 4 years and up. Private and group lessons available. Full- or half-day Little Penguins Program for ages 5-11. Advanced reservations required. 
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 4½ hours.


Wintergreen Resort

Route 664, Wintergreen
(Adjacent to Blue Ridge Parkway southwest of Charlottesville, Va.)
434-325-2100
Lift rates: $34-$94; ages five and younger ski free with ticketed adult.
Number of slopes: Six easiest, four more difficult, 12 most difficult, one expert only (14 lighted for night skiing); one terrain park.
Off the slopes: The Plunge tubing park, Ridgely's Fun Park for ages 3-11 (mini-tubing carousel, bear paw snow shoes, tunnels, a gentle hill for tubing), outdoor ice skating rink.
Children's programs: The Treehouse Kids Ski Programs for ages 3 and up; full- and half-day programs available, including Ridgely’s Rippers for 4-12 year-old skiers. Mountain Explorers for intermediate ski and snowboarding, ages 7-14; full- and half-day programs available. Group and private lessons available for all skill levels. Childcare programs for ages 2 ½ - 12; an approved babysitting list is available at the Front Desk, or call 434-325-2200.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 4 hours.

 

 

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West Virginia

Snowshoe Mountain Ski Resort

10 Snowshoe Drive, Snowshoe
877-441-4386

Lift rates: $49-$99. Children 5 and under ski for $10 with ticketed adult. One ticket allows access to three ski areas. For the best lift ticket rates, buy in advance online at least 72 hours in advance.
Number of slopes: 22 easier, 20 moderate, 13 more difficult, one expert only; three ski areas; five areas of freestyle terrain.
Off the slopes: Off-road Adventure tours, snowmobile tours, Coca-Cola Tube Park, indoor bounce park.
Children's programs: Terrain based learning for first-time skiers and snowboarders; full- and half-day ski and snowboard lessons for ages 4-12; group lessons for skiers and snowboarders ages 13 and up; Pre-Ski Play Center full- and half-day programs for children ages 2-4.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 6 hours.


Winterplace Ski Resort

100 Old Flat Top Mountain Road, Ghent
(Exit 28 off I-77, near Ghent and Flat Top, W.Va.)
800-607-7669
Lift rates: $22-$70. Children 4 and under ski free with ticketed adult. Purchase tickets online in advance for lowest prices.
Number of slopes: 12 easiest, 11 more difficult, four most difficult; two terrain parks.
Off the slopes: Largest snow tubing park in W.Va. including two lifts; children must be at least 44 inches tall.
Children's programs: SkiWee and Snow Explorers programs teach skiing and snowboarding to ages 4-12; full- and half-day programs available. New terrain based learning this year. Ski School group lessons for ages 6 and up; private lessons also available. Frostie's Kinder Care is available for 6 months to 3 years old.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 4½ hours.


Snow Tubing Resorts

If you prefer tubing to skiing, consider these tubing-only venues for a family getaway.

Hawksnest

2058 Skyland Drive, Seven Devils, N.C.
828-963-6561
Tubing rates: $29-$35. Sessions are 1 hour and 45 minutes. Children must be 3 years old to snow tube.
Lanes: Four different areas to snow tube with more than 30 lanes that span from 400 to 1000 feet long. 
Bonus: Longest zip line tour on the East Coast, featuring 20 cables, four of which are known in the zip line industry as super or mega zips.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 4 hours.

PHOTO COURTESY OF HAWKSNEST.


Jonas Ridge Snow Tubing

N.C. Highway 181 South, Jonas Ridge, N.C.
(GPS: 9472 N.C. 181, Newland, N.C.)
828-733-4155
Tubing rate: $30. Sessions are one hour and 45 minutes. Children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Group rates available. 
Lanes: Six lanes to choose from that go from slow to very steep and fast for the more daring snow tuber. 
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 4 hours.


Moonshine Mountain Snow Tubing Park

5865 Willow Road, Hendersonville, N.C.
828-696-0333
Tubing rates: $25 per person, or $400 for 20 tickets; cash only. Sessions are two hours. No age or height restrictions. Children under age 8 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Minimum height requirement of 36 inches. 
Lanes: Three plus a fourth short lane for children.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 4½ hours.


Scaly Mountain Outdoor Center

7420 Dillard Rd., Scaly Mountain, N.C.
828-526-3737

Tubing rates: $25. Sessions are 2 hours. Must be 42 inches or taller and 4 years old to ride. Kiddie slope also open for young tubers $12 for 2 hours. Group rates available for parties of 20 or more.
Lanes: Three.
Bonus: Outdoor ice skating rink; $12 for 1 hour.
Approximate distance from the Triangle: 5½ hours

 

Updated Oct. 27, 2017 for 2017-2018 season.

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