Western North Carolina Ski and Snow Report - December 27It may be early in the winter sports season, but there are already lots of opportunities to ski, snowboard and snow tube. We also just got a little wintery weather, particularly in higher elevations, that will help with the snow conditions at Western North Carolina ski resorts.
Snow and Ski Report from Cataloochee Ski Area
Cataloochee is skiing on seven slopes with 3 aerial lifts and 2 surface lift operating on a base of 24-48 inches and a machine worked surface. They are offering three day skiing sessions, twilight skiing and night skiing. The ski area's Tube World is also open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Current Conditions for the Cataloochee Ski Area:
- Depth of Base - 24"-48"
- Surface - Machine Worked
- Trails/Lifts Operating - 7/5
- Night Skiing - Yes
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Snow and Ski Report from Wolf Laurel Ski Resort
Wolf Laurel Ski Resort is getting into the swing of winter, with five slops and three lifts open. The resort's snow tubing is also open.
Snow Conditions at Wolf Laurel:
- Base Depth (Min-Max) - 12-28 inches
- Surface Conditions - Machine Groomed
- Slopes Open - 5
- Lifts Open - 3
- Snowmaking - YES (as temperature and conditions permit)
- Natural Snow in the Last 24hrs - .5
- Night Skiing - YES
- Terrain Park - CLOSED
- Tubing - OPEN
- 2007 - 2008 Snow - 2.0"
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