Beech Mountain is one of the popular mountain in North Carolina, this mountain has more than 5,000 feet elevation that produces the feed stream for the Elk River. This place is frequented by those fans of skiing, snowboarding, and tubing in the winter months. and in summer, this place is the best destination for hiking and mountain biking, one of the lines that always attracts thousands of tourists is the defunct Land of Oz theme park.
If you’re looking for a ski destination for this season, it would not hurt if you try your skill in skiing at Beech Mountain Ski Resort, this place is one of the few ski resorts in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina that offer good facilities and rental accommodation, equipped with nine lifts serving 15 runs over 95 skiable acres designated. Skiers and snowboarders of all abilities should find something for them here.
Ski Beech Mountain will surely preferable to the experts, although the North Carolina ski resort often in less challenging, but the two main black runs in Beech Mountain Ski Resort are exceptions to this rule. It is true that the surface is often cold, but the steepness of the White Lightning run (it was a long steep in North Carolina) have to challenge even the best downhillers. Although there are obvious shortcomings of the authorities elsewhere in North Carolina, Southern Star, the only black diamond ski run for Beech Mountain, is often left for more lumps.
Intermediates will enjoy the skiing at Beech Mountain Shawneehaw, and especially of course narrow Shawneehaw Down. Another Run Robin run a decent blue. When the crowds are great and the good snow, head to the back of Beech Mountain and Ski Lift off Oz Run 7. This is a nice soft blue wide, often less busy than the main face. Beginners have a lot of good choices when they ski Beech Mountain. College Park is a nice secluded area for first-timers. Playing in nearby Scotland Yard is an area larger beginner. Both runs serviced by its own surface lift. Freestyle and Powder Bowl is also good for beginners, but it can crowded with skiers and snowboarders come from the higher regions of Beech Mountain.
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