What’s New for 2006: Sugar Mountain Resort 5
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North Carolina’s Sugar Mountain Resort continues a multi-year capital improvement plan. This past summer, the resort has added new snowmaking machines to its fleet and upgraded six thousand feet of snowmaking pipes. The upgraded pipes are located on the Flying Mile and Easy Street slopes. Sugar Mountain also replaced its brown lift chairs with new Doppelmayr/C-Tec chairs. The resort plans to add a second live, streaming web cam and weather station to the mountain’s 5,300-foot summit.

Sugar Mountain will play host to the National Winter Trails Day in January 6, 2007, making it the southern most resort to participate in the program. The event, offered nationwide at participating resorts, allows children and adults to be introduced to snowshoeing.

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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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Reader Comments

andy
September 16, 2006
I wonder how much more it will cost my ASS for the cusions??
appskiah
September 16, 2006
the summit of Sugar Mountain is 5300 feet.
Scott
September 16, 2006
Oops -- two typos in one article. I need more sleep. I corrected the vertical for Sugar Mountain and also corrected the Related Link.
pagamony
October 5, 2006
well, USGS says it is 5240, but why quibble? ;-) they can round up to 5300. more snowmaking is always a good thing. i wonder where they are going to snowshoe?
uttwintip
November 15, 2006
Sugar has a habit of rounding up with everything.

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