Winter Deals

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In celebration of a half century of skiing on Beech Mountain, local accommodations have created a 50th Anniversary $50 Lodging Special.

For just $50 per person, based on double occupancy, receive a night of lodging close to the slopes. Savvy visitors can make this sweet deal even sweeter by taking advantage of throwback pricing for night skiing starting at $9 per person on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at Beech Mountain Resort.

The lodging deal is valid Sunday through Thursday, excluding the Christmas holiday period (Dec. 18-Jan. 1), MLK weekend (Jan. 15-16), and Presidents' Weekend (Feb. 18-19). Click here to learn more about 1967 pricing for night skiing lift tickets

Booking the lodging special in Eastern America's Highest Town is easy. Just contact the lodging options below directly and specifically request the 50th Anniversary $50 Lodging Special. Some properties have stipulations, which are noted below.
 
Click below or call our Visitors Center at (800) 468-5506 for more details.

* - housekeeping & insurance fees apply
** - two-night minimum required
*** - housekeeping fee & two-night minimum

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Whatever fills your belly, Beech Mountain offers a plethora of tastes to indulge in–all season long. Visit the Beech Mountain Brewing Co. for a sip or tasting of the season’s latest ales and porters after a trek on the Emerald Outback or during a day of relaxation. Beech Mountain Brewing Co. is the only US brewery owned and operated by a ski area, making it one brewery worth adding to the watering hole bucket list!

While at the resort, enjoy panoramic views of Tennessee’s expansive wilderness from Beech Mountain Resort’s Skybar, located at the top of the mountain. Throughout the season, the resort offers a long list of events and activities from live music and rooftop yoga at 5506’ to disc golf, hiking and biking.

If beer isn’t your cup of tea, enjoy the fruits of your labor by savoring wine from the top of the mountain with Beech Mountain’s Hike and Wine experience. Best enjoyed with a partner, savor the tastes of Banner Elk Winery and Linville Falls Winery by partaking in wine tastings offered through Beech Mountain’s Hike and Wine Package. This romantic package allows couples to enjoy one and other with serene landscapes, relaxing accommodations and quality time on the mountain or the vineyard.

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For foodies visiting the mountain, choose from locally owned restaurants sure to suit any palette, including the Famous Brick Oven Pizzeria, Fred’s Backside Deli, Mile High TavernAlpen RestaurantBeech Mountain Grille, Beech Mountain Resort’s  Lodge  and the Brewing Co. Taproom & Grill, Bullwinkel’s, Rascal’s,  Holy Smokes BBQ and Valle De Bravo. Find more dining options here

Many of Beech Mountain’s restaurants include outdoor and indoor seating options to enjoy the cool breeze or bundle up fireside in the evening. Experience the sounds of Beech Mountain with live music on designated days, extensive menus that cater to even the pickiest of eaters, quick service and unbeatable ambiance shared amongst locals and visitors.

Ski Beech

The 2017-18 ski season is a milestone as Beech Mountain celebrates 50 years of skiing in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.

The slopes opened in the winter of 1967-68 at an elevation of 5,506 feet, and a half century later they remain the highest slopes east of the Rockies. There will be a season-long celebration of this milestone at Beech Mountain Resort this winter, as well as throughout the resort town of Beech Mountain.

Season-long promotions include 1967 lift ticket prices of $9 for Ladies Night every Tuesday and $9 for Men's Night every Wednesday. Couples Night every Thursday features $16 for the first lift ticket and just $8 for the second ticket. These specials are not valid Dec. 18 to Jan. 1.

Local accommodations are celebrating with a 50th Anniversary $50 Weekday Lodging Special. This deal provides lodging from Sunday to Thursday for just $50 per person, double occupancy excluding holiday periods. Click here for complete details on the 50th Anniversary $50 Weekday Lodging Special.

If you're considering a first-time visit or are interested in a return trip to Beech Mountain this winter, now is the time to make plans. Our complete lodging listing covers everything on the mountain, from ski lodges to condos to ski-in chalets to larger rental homes. There are also comfortable inns. Don't settle for something off mountain when you can stay on mountain and enjoy all the amenities of being in town, with slopes close by. More lodging specials are available by clicking here.

Skybar Beech MountainThere is a lot happening each winter in Beech Mountain. The ski resort has invested millions in upgrades over the last five years, adding snowtubing, a craft brewery and a skybar at the top of the slopes, as well as a new terrain park with a dedicated surface tow lift, as well as its own lighting and snowmaking.

The town of Beech Mountain operates a free youth sledding hill all winter long for kids ages 12 and under. The hill is located next to the visitors center in the heart of town and has its own gun for snowmaking.

Speaking of snowmaking, the ski resort has undergone a transformation in that area. A total of 65 high-tech automated SMI Super PoleCat snow guns have been added in recent years to the snowmaking arsenal, with more coming this winter. The current ability to make snow at Beech Mountain Resort far exceeds that of any point in the resort's 50-year history. That snowmaking is complemented by the mountain's 5,506-foot elevation, which leads to an average annual snowfall of 84.6 inches.

The town of Beech Mountain sits adjacent to the slopes and offers the convenience of walking (or a short drive) to lodging, restaurants, shops and just the right amount of nightlife.

Annual events include the Winterfest Beer Festival in early January and the Totally '80s Retro Ski Weekend in late February.

If you would like to speak with someone about planning a visit to Beech Mountain to celebrate our 50th anniversary, contact the visitors center at 800-468-5506.

Downhill mountain bikingIt's All Downhill for Bikers at Beech Mountain Resort

Test your downhill skills on nine exciting downhill trails served by the chairlift at Beech Mountain Resort. The trails are open Friday through Sunday from early June through late September.

Trail ratings vary from easy to extremely difficult. The most difficult trails were the site of USA Cycling's Mountain Bike Gravity National Championships in 2011 and 2012. 

The resort offers mountain bike rentals, equipment rentals, lift tickets and food & beverage service. Bikers may also ride the lift to access the Emerald Outback trail system.

For more info and a map of the downhill trails, please click here.

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