Ride the Slopes This Summer
Even in summer you can ride the slopes at Beech Mountain Resort as downhill mountain biking replaces skiing as the preferred mode of transport. The resort's downhill trails are open Thursday-Sunday, with lift access for both you and your bike. If you don't have a bike, rentals are available, as are lessons. Lift rides to the skybar are available for non-bikers.
Mile High Kite Festival Soars Atop Beech Mountain, Sept. 3-4
Give your family a Labor Day full of memories with the 14th annual Mile High Kite Festival, Sept. 3-4 in Beech Mountain. The weekend includes kite flying, kite contests, games, prizes, music and an all-ages street dance.
Top 10 Reasons to Visit Beech Mountain, North Carolina
There are so many cool things to experience during a visit to Beech Mountain, North Carolina, it's hard to single out just 10. But we took our best shot at it anyway.
Our list includes amazing views from the 5,506' Skybar to 30 miles of gorgeous hiking trails to one of the best ski resorts on the East Coast. Click the link below to check out 10 great reasons to spend your next getaway in Eastern America's Highest Town ....
Summer at Ski Resort Means Music, Biking, Brews & Yoga
Things are hopping at Beech Mountain Resort!
From late May through early September, there's a variety of activities every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Choose from fun options like: mountain biking, mile-high yoga, live music, disc golf, scenic chairlift rides and the resort's own craft beers served up cold at the 5506' Skybar.“We want everyone to know the resort isn't just for skiing anymore. We have a lot of activities from easy to extreme," says Talia Freeman, marketing director for Beech Mountain Resort. "And, for those wanting to be surrounded by spectacular panoramic vistas while enjoying drink, food and live music, our high-altitude skybar is only a scenic lift ride away."
Enjoy Hiking & Biking in High Altitude Emerald Outback
The Emerald Outback trail system caters to outdoor enthusiasts in search of adventure at the top of Beech Mountain.
At elevations reaching 5,400 feet high in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains, the Emerald Outback is one of the highest and most unique trail parks east of the Rockies. Wind-swept gnarly Beech trees, lush undergrowth and small streams form an emerald forest that inspired the Land of Oz theme park, which ...