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News from Cataloochee Ski Area

Don't miss the latest happenings out of Cataloochee Ski Area, including new lifts, terrain expansions, weather, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on Cataloochee Ski Area news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see coverage from the entire ski season.
Last-Minute Lodging Deals for Beginners in the Mid-Atlantic - ©Beech Mountain Resort

Last-Minute Lodging Deals for Beginners in the Mid-Atlantic

Round out Learn to Ski and Snowboard month with one of these great lodging/lesson deals.

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Lift Ticket Discounts for Kids and Adults in the Mid-Atlantic - ©Snowshoe Mountain Resort

Lift Ticket Discounts for Kids and Adults in the Mid-Atlantic

Kids of all ages can enjoy more skiing for less, you just have to know where to look.

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  • Cataloochee Launches Mid-Atlantic Ski Season; Bring lunch

    Cataloochee is first Mid-Atlantic ski resort to open. Full Article

    28th October 2008

  • Cataloochee's Getting Ready

    The resort is offering an extra night skiing during Presidents' Day holiday. Full Article

    12th February 2008

  • Waiting Out The Preseason

    The weather's changing, but you'll still have to wait a little longer for Cataloochee. Full Article

    7th September 2007

  • Cataloochee in Snow Conservation Mode

    The three open North Carolina areas are in snow conservation mode at present, hanging on to what they've got. Cataloochee, which is proud of its "first to open, last to close" boast, is ceasing operations on Mondays for the rest of the season. Full Article

    21st March 2007

  • North Carolina Looks for More Snow

    The North Carolina areas got their fair share of snow from the so-called "Valentines Day Bouquet" which brought snow to the Northeast, New England, and down into North Carolina over the Holiday. Full Article

    21st February 2007

  • Cataloochee Primed for Presidents Day

    Cataloochee Ski Area is looking forward to a busy President's Day Weekend thanks to heaps of man-made snow. According to mountain rep Tammy Brown, "We've got more snow on the mountain than we've ever had. Ever." Full Article

    16th February 2007

  • Catalooche Ski Area Thinks Snow

    A hazardous weather outlook has road crews bracing for the worst in North Carolina and Cataloochee Ski Area looking for a reprieve from unseasonably warm temperatures. The thermometer at the Maggie Valley mountain already shows a drop of almost 25 degrees from 53 to 29 over the past 24 hours. Full Article

    16th January 2007

  • Cataloochee Waits Out Winter

    After a blazing fast opening, the Cat has been forced to wait for colder temperatures. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Cataloochee's Hopes Blowing In the Wind

    After an auspicious opening that rivaled many of the bigger areas out West and stole more than a little of their thunder at the same time, Cataloochee Ski Area, N.C., has closed again. Full Article

    14th November 2006

  • Bragging Rights for Catalochee

    Cataloochee Ski Area, in North Carolina's Great Smokey Mountains, turned on the chairlifts and opened the ticket window booths last Saturday, Nov.4, for limited skiing. The resort was also open Sunday but closed for the week and plans to reopen tomorrow. Full Article

    7th November 2006

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