Southern USA

The best skiing in Alabama!
The best skiing in Alabama!
A wonderful experience!!!
A wonderful experience!!!

Beech Mountain Resort

Pros: Longer runs, HIGH SPEED QUAD, Day Care is the best, pro maintained resort.

Cons: Nothing you wont find at every area resort.

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Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort

Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort

“Ober Gatlinburg is one of the best kept semi-secrets in the South. Set in the Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge area, it is the perfect place to come ski if you have non skiers in your family or group. The whole place is set up for destination tourism and really, there are just too many hotels, restaurants and attractions to list. To get to the resort, you can drive up but you are better off taking...” --sofort99

100% Positive Reviews
Beech Mountain Resort

Beech Mountain Resort

“This review is for the one day I did at Beech mountain. It occurred in mid-January about three days following 5" of natural snow and colder temps to keep the snow around.    Many positives at Beech, just a couple of negatives only.    I was impressed with the drive up to Beech. Actually had a little ski village of shops that was clean and up to date. Obviously not on the...” --skibum71

100% Positive Reviews
Sugar Mountain Ski Area

Sugar Mountain Ski Area

“These are my opinions based on one day only at Sugar mountain. Of course some things can be very variable (like staff attitude and the snow/terrain) and some not so much (chair lifts, the facility, etc.). I hope my general observations are potentially helpful to someone else looking for first-timer information.    My ski day was Jan 8, 2014. Jan 6 saw five inches of...” --skibum71

50% Positive Reviews
Cataloochee Ski Area

Cataloochee Ski Area

“ 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

75% Positive Reviews
Appalachian Ski Mtn.

Appalachian Ski Mtn.

“ 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

100% Positive Reviews
Wolf Ridge Ski Resort

Wolf Ridge Ski Resort

“OK, this is unorthodox as I have not yet skied this resort but, it has no reviews and less information so I thought I would share what I know.  I have been to the mountain and hiked most of the trails, seen pictures and talked to people. I WILL follow up on this review and edit it once the season starts up.  I just moved to the region.   My visit was interesting, when...” --ChimneyRidgeTC

100% Positive Reviews
Cloudmont Ski & Golf

Cloudmont Ski & Golf

“Cloudmount ski it if you can! global warming will probably put an end to this place like it did to Sky Mountain in GA so ski it if it is open. it is basically part of a golf course they blow snow on when it get cold enough to make snow. Just one lift and only 150 ft of drop so don't expect much but hey your skiing in Alabama how cool is that.   This is a place to ski for bragging rights....” --3107

0% Positive Reviews
Sapphire Valley Ski Area

Sapphire Valley Ski Area

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...