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Stats for Southeast Ski Resorts
Southeast Ski Resorts The Southeast portion of the United States has a lot to offer the skier and snowboarder. Although southern temperatures make a shorter season, elevation helps promote a good healthy three to four month ski season. Shown below are all ski resorts found in the following states: Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

The table below is sorted by base elevation in feet above sea level of each ski resort. The resorts elevation is a good way to determine snow fall and amount. Keep in mind though that cold pockets can exist much lower in some areas. Typically the higher the resort elevation the longer the ski season. Elevation is recorded at the top-most part of each ski resorts skiable area.


Resort Location Drop Lifts Trails Acreage Elevation
Ski Beech Beech Mtn, NC 830 10 15 95 5506
Cataloochee Ski Area Maggie Valley, NC 740 5 10 65 5400
Sugar Mountain Resort Banner Elk, NC 1200 8 20 115 5300
Snowshoe Mountain Snowshoe, WV 1500 14 57 234 4848
Hawksnest Banner Elk, NC 619 3 12 20 4819
Wolf Laurel Mars Hill, NC 700 5 15 65 4700
Sapphire Valley Sapphire, NC 200 2 2 7 4300
Canaan Valley Resort Davis, WV 850 4 37 91 4280
Timberline Ski Resort Davis, WV 1000 3 36 91 4268
Scaly Mountain Ski Area Scaly Mountain, NC 225 1 1 12 4025
Appalachian Ski Mountain Blowing Rock, NC 365 5 9 17 4000
Winterplace Ski Resort Ghent, WV 603 9 27 90 3600
Wintergreen Resort Wintergreen, VA 1003 6 19 95 3515
Sky Valley Resort Sky Valley, GA 250 2 5 22 3500
Ober Gatlinburg Gatlinburg, TN 600 3 8 38 3300
The Homestead Hot Springs, VA 700 5 9 45 3200
Massanutten Massanutten, VA 1110 5 14 70 2925
Cloudmont Ski Resort Mentone, AL 150 2 2 10 1800
Bryce Resort Basye, VA 500 4 8 25 1750
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