Pros: The French Swiss Ski College
Cons: Limited Vertical Drop
Pros: Rustic Ski Community Feel
Cons: A bit out of the way
“ To sum up my lengthy review--boring slopes, no options whatsoever, slow & old lifts, crowds, scores of newbies that run into people, ridiculous prices, horribly inappropriate for families with small children (under 4), extremely poor management. For details, read on. I decided to take my family (myself, my husband and my mom, all of us intermediate to advanced skiers, and our...” --minala
“ I was able to make the best out of a warm and dry start to the ski season at Beech. They had most of their terrain open but still gave great discount ticket prices during peak season, just after the Christmas and New Year holiday break. I really love this place. Everyone is friendly and welcoming. Usually isn't too crowded either. One thing to note....” --crgildart
“ I took my son here for a one hour private lesson and some skiing with dad and friends. As usual, the staff was friendly, knowledgeable, and flexible. My son is now a "skier". Highly recommended for beginners and intermediates. Decent terrain park, and usually has the best late season coverage, last to close perennially. One thing to note is that they do charge...” --crgildart
“I have rarely experience such a lack of customer service. I live in a nearby county and called the resort about rates. Many resorts allow a special rate for kids that are out of school due to a snow day. I called Sugar Mountain shortly after they opened and asked if it applied for my daughter who was out of school and specifically for my county. The answer was not just yes, but emphatic yes...” --jwmcumber
Wolf Laurel Slopes is a family oriented ski area with fun for everyone with 54 acres of skiable terrain. The Ski Lodge has ample room to prepare to hit the slopes. The Grill inside the lodge offers a wide variety of food throughout the day and evening. For a quick bite between runs or a big meal before a day of skiing, the Grill fits the bill. The Sport Shop offers a wide variety of...
Sapphire Valley prides itself for being a small resort - there are no crowds, and those hot-doggers that run over everybody at the larger resorts? Nada. Because Sapphire Valley is designed more for the family and beginners, they do not encourage rough play on the slopes. It is a short lift to the top, which means more riding time on the hill versus standing in line at the lift tower. The ski...