Radio Linkups for 1-24-15

Hey travel friends!

If you are listening today and wanting the links to the ski destinations I am talking about, well here you go!

Beech Mountain – Beech Mountain is easily reached from the Interstate system. Major approaches are I-81 and I-181 from the north; I-85, I-40 and I-26 from the south; and I-77 from the east. The main highways leading to the High Country of North Carolina from the Interstates are US 221, US 321, US 421 and US 19E. From either Boone or Linville, NC, follow NC 105 to NC 184. Take NC 184 to the top and you will be in Beech Mountain.

Be prepared when you visit Beech Mountain in the winter. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended or at least have a set of tire chains for your drive wheels. Hazardous driving conditions are a possibility in winter, and there may be times when four-wheel drive vehicles or tire chains will be required to reach Beech Mountain.

For more info, visit www.BeechMountain.com.

Courtesy of Sugar Mountain.
Courtesy of Sugar Mountain.

Sugar Mountain Resort – Check the Winter Value Packages and enjoy the convenience and affordability! Get away to the mountains and splendor in the savings on lodging, lift/slope tickets, rental equipment, even lessons for the whole family – all without the peak-season crowds. You’re guaranteed savings of 30-40%.

As if that wasn’t good enough, Sugar Mountain Resort is happy to announce that Winter Value Packages now include ALL-DAY tickets. That’s right! Buy your package for 2, 3 or 4 days and you’ll receive a multiday ticket good for ALL sessions on the days you choose to ski or snowboard! You can’t even buy those at the ticket window!

Drive to address: 1009 Sugar Mountain Drive Banner Elk, NC 28604. For more information, visit www.skisugar.com.

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