Snow Conditions

at Ski Sapphire Valley

It is all about the weather! Ski Sapphire does have the latest in snow making technology! Scroll down on this page for the latest snow conditions and to learn more about these high-tech snow machines.


Ski Sapphire Valley target open is Dec 17, 2022. 
In addition to the Snow Conditions, we will post any last minute operational and weather updates on this Twitter feed. Be sure to follow us: [Follow @SkiSapphire]

Ski Sapphire Snow System

About Ski Sapphire Valley snow making: The resort installed a completly new system during the 2017-2018 summer season. Each of the HALO snowmakers have their one computer and weather station to optimize snow output! All we need is cold weather and we can bury the mountain!



Ski Sapphire Snow Making

The basics of snowmaking...Ski Sapphire Valley still uses a few of these ground based guns but most of the snow is made with the HALOs! Ski Sapphire Valley pulls hundreds of thousands of gallons of water out of the Horsepasture River and returns it almost daily as melting snow!


Ski Sapphire hours of operations can change at the last minute due to weather conditions!

Think Cold! Think Snow!


Address

127 Cherokee Trail
Sapphire Valley, NC
28774

Contacts

Email: visitus@sapphirevalley.com                     
Ski Area: 828-743-7663

Web Info:  828-619-0097


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