Sugar Mountain Ski Resort opens remodeled bike park on June 30

Press release from Sugar Mountain Ski Resort:

Sugar Mountain Resort’s rebuilt and expanded bike park opens Saturday, June 30. Trails are wider; expert terrain is better than ever; beginner and intermediate line options offer choices from the summit to the base, and added features like rollers, pumps, and jumps are scattered about the park.

The Summit Express, a bike-friendly lift, operates Fridays through Sundays from late June until early September. Magic Cycles, located in the base lodge, offers helmet, body armor, and bike rentals, bicycle repairs, and a selection of necessary items to get you started and keep you rolling.

Saturday, June 30, hike from the base of Sugar Mountain Ski Resort to its summit as a participant in the second annual Summit Crawl competition.

Two-lanes of summer tubing debut during the fourth-of-July week-long celebration.

Wednesday, July 4, sit and relax to the tunes of the Glen Harlow & North Fork Band with a cool beverage and a burger at the base lodge from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. The Summit Express runs until 10 p.m. for mountain-top fireworks viewing, which begins just after 9 p.m.

Sugar Mountain Sports Shop is open during the 4th of July week-long celebration and summer weekends as well.

View for a real-time look at Sugar Mountain. For all the details about Sugar’s summer fun, visit or call 800-SUGAR-MT. Contact Kimberley Jochl with additional questions at or 828-898-4521 x262.

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