Attention Carolina Skiers and Snowboarders

Would you like to be able to ski or snowboard any ski resort in North Carolina?

Of course you would.  Everyone would and now you can, but you need two things to get started.  First, you need plenty of time, because there are six ski areas in the Highcountry.  Next, you’ll need the North Carolina Gold Card – available at http://www.goskinc.com/goldcard.

You will be able to take your pick of where and when to ski in the state of North Carolina with the purchase of the state association’s Gold Card. The Gold Card gives skiers and riders access to any of the six North Carolina ski areas throughout the winter season regardless of holiday or weekend rates.  When snow closes school, grab your board and hit your choice of slopes.  When you work closes early, grad your skies and head to the mountain; weekdays, weekends, and holidays.

That means unrestricted slope access at Cataloochee Ski Area, Sapphire Valley Ski Area, Beech Mountain Resort, Appalachian Ski Mtn., Wolf Ridge Ski Resort, and Sugar Mountain Resort. The exclusive pass is limited to 100 pass holders per season and is available for just $800 each. Purchase now before they’re all gone.

For more information or to purchase a Gold Card, go to http://www.goskinc.com/goldcard.

You can also contact Kim Jochl at 828-898-4521 any day from 8 AM to 4 PM.

Book your stay in Banner Elk, located between Beech and Sugar ski slopes.  In Banner Elk, choose from Azalea Inn Bed and Breakfast or Banner Haven Bed and Breakfast

The Banner Elk Bed and Breakfast family of inns

BannerElkBedAndBreakfast.com
Innkeepers – Greg and Amy Gardner
Banner Elk, NC 28604
980-329-8101

Also checkout www.BooneCabinRental.com for more Highcountry Rentals.

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