You can learn Skiing completely in 2 weeks! This class has been tested on over 2,500 skiers over the two years. We have taken the exact techniques from several Sugar Mountain Resort’s pro riders on what works best in their training and put it ALL in this one course.
Lessons for All Ages and Levels.
YES! You can be absolutely UNSTOPPABLE on skis. By learning this system, you are going to take out frustration, the slow-trick learning, and the mediocrity.
Skiing is one of the most amazing sports in the world!
Want to effortlessly fly down slopes through powder? Ski Lessons of Sugar Mountain Resort teaches the 10-Point Learning System. A system recommended by the U.S. -Russian Consulate General.
Now is a perfect time.
Experience the thrill of an experienced skier.
Fun and Satisfaction are Guaranteed!
- Weight Distribution
- Learn How To Balance
- Downhill, Cruising, or Slalom
- How To Use The Board For Transportation and Bomb the Steeps
- Basic Maneuvers (Power slide, Fast Turns, Ski Turns, etc)
- Intermediate (Moguls, Glade technique, Pole Planting)
- How to Ride the Half pipe, Get air, Grind, and do Tricks
Sugar Mountain Ski Resort: Carolina's Alpine Gem
Situated in the heart of North Carolina’s High Country, Sugar Mountain Ski Resort stands as a unique alpine escape on the East Coast. When comparing it to other regional resorts, Sugar Mountain shines with its diverse terrain, family-friendly atmosphere, and Southern charm. Let’s carve into the pros and cons, exploring the nuances that make this resort a coveted winter destination.
Southern Hospitality: Experience warmth and hospitality amidst the snow-covered peaks.
Family-Friendly: Catering to all skill levels, Sugar Mountain is an ideal family destination.
Scenic Beauty: The Blue Ridge Mountains provide a stunning backdrop for your skiing adventure.
Weather Variability: Being in the South, weather conditions can be variable, impacting snow quality.
Best Areas for Different Skill Levels:
Beginners/First-Time Skiers: Start at the Easy Street and Lower Flying Mile for gentle slopes and comprehensive lessons.
Intermediates: Explore the Northridge and Oma’s Meadow for a mix of blue runs and scenic views.
Experts: Conquer the challenging terrain at Tom Terrific and Whoopdedoo for thrilling descents.
Suggested Slopes for Different Occasions:
Full-Day Ride: Traverse the entire mountain, connecting the North and South slopes for a day-long adventure.
Shorter Rides: The Big Birch and Upper and Lower Flying Mile offer quick and enjoyable runs.
Specific Areas for Different Demographics:
Kids: The Sugar Mountain MySkiLessons School and Easy Street provide a safe and playful environment for young skiers.
Teens: The black diamond slopes and terrain parks offer excitement for teen snowboarders.
Seniors: Stick to the gentler slopes near the base for a relaxed skiing experience.
Stay: Choose The Lodge at Sugar Mountain for slopeside accommodations.
Park: Utilize the resort’s ample parking, and consider lodging with shuttle services.
Lift Passes: Purchase lift passes in advance for discounts.
Rent Gear: Visit the Sugar Mountain Resort Rental Shop for quality equipment.
Eat: Relish local cuisine at Reid’s Café for a taste of Southern comfort.
Drink: Sip on hot cocoa or the local favorite, sweet tea, at the mountaintop lodge.
Relax After Ski: Unwind at the resort’s outdoor hot tubs or explore the nearby Blue Ridge Parkway.
Party: Join après-ski festivities at The Last Run Lounge or nearby Banner Elk.
See: Don’t miss the panoramic views from the Summit Express Chairlift.
Go with Kids or Teens: Enjoy family-friendly tubing at the adjacent Sugar Mountain Tubing Park.
Best Location for Photos: Capture the sunset from the Mile High Swinging Bridge.
Must Visit for Seniors: Explore the charming town of Banner Elk for its local art galleries and shops.
Shopping: Discover quaint local boutiques in downtown Banner Elk.
Souvenirs: Bring home a locally crafted ornament or a bottle of North Carolina mountain honey as a sweet memento.
Sugar Mountain Resort Address
1009 Sugar Mountain Drive, Banner Elk, NC
We meet outside of the base lodge for your first lesson. When ready, we take you down your first beginner trail.
Sugar Mountain Investment: (Full equipment rental available)
Private Lessons (Offered at Sugar Mountain ) – From $87.50/Student/Lesson
Group Lessons From $69/Student/ Lesson