Conditions are incredible for so early in the season and there is no better time to come out then now! Snowmaking continues on Thursday night and Friday we will be skiing from the top of the quad, including Rock Island Run, Alley Cat and Lower Snowbird Trail from 3/4 of the mountain down with two aerial lifts and one conveyor lift operating. We also will be continuing snowmaking at Tube World, our snow tubing operation 4 miles from the ski area in Maggie Valley and we plan to open there on Wednesday, November 26 at 10am. Today we will have one session of skiing only, day skiing from 8:30am-4:30pm. Weekend rates are in effect today.
We are again offering our “One Run Refund” for guests unhappy with conditions and we will refund your lift ticket after 1 run within 45 minutes of your purchase.
Prior to December 16, 2014, we will day ski only Monday through Friday, 9am until 4:30pm and Saturday and Sunday from 8:30am until 4:30pm, except for November 26 when we will ski from 9am until 10pm, November 27, Thanksgiving Day when we will ski from 8:30am-4:30pm, November 28-29 when we will open from 8:30am-10pm and open 8:30am-4:30pm on November 30, 2014. Tube World will have an early season opener on Wednesday, November 26 with tubing from 10am until 10pm and then tubing 10am-6pm on Thanksgiving Day; 10am-10pm on both Friday and Saturday, November 28 & 29 and 10am-10pm on Sunday, November 30. Tube World will continue to be open on Saturdays from 10am until 10pm and Sundays from 10am until 6pm through December 20, when they will be open during regular operating hours
Don’t forget that if you have not made up your mind to purchase your season pass at Cataloochee, the lift ticket you purchase today can be upgraded to a season pass…using the cost of your lift ticket you have already purchased against the price of your pass. You just pay the difference!
Also, don’t forget if you have a current season pass to any other area, you can bring your pass to Cataloochee and receive $10 off your day’s lift ticket.
We remind you to be aware of changing ski conditions and use caution. Natural and manmade obstacles exist and snowmaking and grooming activities are routinely in progress. Please use control and ski or ride only on designated slopes and trails and please call this number anytime for current skiing conditions.
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