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Village of Sugar Mountain TDA

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251 Dick Trundy Lane
Sugar Mountain, NC 28604
(828) 898-9292
(828) 898-9293 (fax)

About Us

The Village of Sugar Mountain is the perfect base camp for your next mountain adventure. Here you will discover North Carolina's largest ski and snowboarding resort, a Frank Duane designed public read more
  • About

    The Village of Sugar Mountain is the perfect base camp for your next mountain adventure. Here you will discover North Carolina's largest ski and snowboarding resort, a Frank Duane designed public 18-hole golf course, Har-Tru clay tennis courts, miles of trails to hike or bike, white water rafting outfitters, a range of lodging options, shopping and restaurants.

    North Carolina’s High Country is a bonafide winter sports destination. Three regionally distinctive downhill ski resorts within minutes of each other demand more than a rushed, single-day road trip to the slopes. Those diverse ski areas are anchored by equally unique resort towns. Banner Elk, Boone, and Blowing Rock offer a range of restaurants, diverse lodging, and attractions, that span a price spectrum from luxe to minimal bucks. Sugar Mountain Resort sits in the heart of the High Country—and there’s no better time than the heart of the ski season to ski Sugar or neighboring slopes. Between the Martin Luther King, Jr. and President’s Day holidays, there’s a sweet spot of snowy, peak season skiing. A midweek ski trip in the heart of the season virtually guarantees maximum excitement and ski time on the slopes—with ski up to the chairlift convenience.

    This is nationally significant skiing. Sugar’s neighboring town of Banner Elk has been proclaimed a “ski town” by Ski Magazine. And the very highest High Country peaks net as much snow as Buffalo, New York! And all that is less than 3 hours away from many major Southern cities—so there’s no need to make plane reservations or plan months ahead.

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    From Boone take HIghway 105 to Highway 184 Turn onto Sugar Mountain Drive.