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The mountains of North Carolina have the highest elevations and the coldest climates in the South. So, don’t let your hometown weather fool you into thinking that the conditions in the mountains are the same. With every thousand-foot rise in elevation there’s usually a 3 or 4 degree drop in temperature, making the mountain areas about 15 to 20 degrees cooler than lower elevations. To supplement an average snowfall of 70 inches, North Carolina Ski Areas’ state-of-the-art snowmaking capabilities provide 100% slope coverage. When emperatures fall below freezing, we take advantage of these opportunities to help create fantastic conditions.
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