What’s New for 2011: Beech Mountain Resort
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Continuing a multi-year snowmaking upgrade, North Carolina’s Beech Mountain Resort has added ten new SMI Automated Polecats, bringing its arsenal of state-of-the-art snowguns to 18. Automated snowmaking now covers every slope, allowing Beech Mountain to make snow more efficiently.

Additional enhancements for the 2011-2012 winter season include a new beginner slope named “School Yard,” located behind the View Haus Cafeteria. Beech Mountain has removed Chair #2, increasing the skiable terrain on Southern Star and Robbins Run. The “Roots Rideshop” freestyle ski and snowboard shop will provide demos, retail, and an indoor half-pipe. A new coffee and gift shop has also been added to Beech Tree Village.

Guests will be able to shelter in a new building while waiting for shuttle pick up and drop off.

“We had a great summer,” said Ryan Costin, General Manager of Beech Mountain Resort. “We are making progress across the board and making decisions with our customer’s experience in mind. I know that our customers will appreciate the pride we are putting into the details,” he added.

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About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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