Thank You for a Wonderful Season!
Cataloochee Ski Area is now closed after our longest season ever.....a record of 149 days! We appreciate each of you who tubed, skied or snowboarded with us this season and remember...come November 1...or earlier...count on Cataloochee to begin snowmaking and open for our 53rd season!
Smoky Mountain Oyster & Seafood Festival...
April 20, 1pm - 7pm, Maggie Valley Festival Grounds
On Saturday, April 20, come for a spring visit and fun at the first-ever Smoky Mountain Oyster & Seafood Festival, being held at the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds. Serving oysters and assorted seafood, music, free Kids Zone and downhome fun! Cost is $5 in advance and $8 at the door. Tickets available online at www.smokymtnoysterfest.com. 1pm until 7pm. Come out and join us for this new event in Maggie Valley!
Season Pass Pricing for 2013/14
Season Passes are at their lowest price of the year. They are available to purchase online now, over the phone or in person. Click here for more information.
...and Season Rentals, Too!
Season rentals for next season are also available for order, please contact Alex Aumen at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 828-926-0285, ext. 312. New this season will be a reduced deposit fee of $125 that will be held without charging until skis or boards are returned in the spring. Also, should your child outgrow their boots during the season, we will upsize them at no extra charge. A great way to grow with the sport as they grow up!
Google Maps Provide the Only Accurate Driving Directions to Ski Area!
After many years of directing Cataloochee skiers and snowboarders over sometimes impassable roads, Google Maps provides the only accurate driving directions to the ski area from your point of origin. Google Maps is the ONLY mapping service to provide accurate directions at the current time. Please remember to use this service when planning your trip to the area. GPS devices and other mapping services provide directions over a limited access, unmaintained dirt road.
One Planet. One Pass. Cataloochee Joins Monarch Pass!
Located in south-central Colorado, only 2.5 hours from Denver or Colorado Springs, Monarch Mountain serves up an average of 350” of all natural snow. Families love Monarch because of the friendly staff, ease of parking, and how the slopes funnel everyone back to the same base area. Experts love the challenging hike-to terrain of Mirkwood Basin and the Monarch Snowcat Tours. And new this season, ALL Cataloochee season pass holders receive one FREE day of skiing or riding with no black out days! Plus all Monarch One Planet. One Pass passholders receive one FREE day of skiing or riding with no black out days at Cataloochee in return! Visit http://skimonarch.com/ for more details! Even more reason to become a CAT (or Monarch Mountain) season pass holder...today!