With the recent heatwave behind us, Ober Gatlinburg announced the reopening of Tennessee’s only Ski and Snowboard Area on Saturday at 11 a.m.
Ober Gatlinburg Snowmakers have been busy since late Thursday night and have continued to make snow since.Cub Way, Castle Run and Ski School will all open at 11 a.m. with a 10”-15” base. Snow is also being made on Mogul Ridge and will reopen once there is a sufficient amount of snow. The new Magic Carpet on the Ski School slope is Ober Gatlinburg’s latest addition to ease new participants into the sports of skiing and snowboarding.
For the most up-to-date information, please check the slope report on Ober Gatlinburg’s website.
For our guests, we have plenty of on-slope and slope-side activities for the rest of the season. Ober Gatlinburg announced that last year, 7,400 pounds of food donations were presented to the Sevier County Food Ministry by College Night and Ladies Night participants. We look forward to assisting even more so this year. In the meantime, snow tubing operates daily through March 26. Please go to our website, obergatlinburg.com for more information regarding any activity or event.
February 2—College Night (Food Drive) February 4th—2nd Annual King of the Mountain
February 5-7—TN Special Olympics Winter Games February 10th—Free Flow Friday: Terrain Park February 16 –Ladies Night (Food Drive)
February 26–Sunday Session: Terrain Park
March 2– College Night (Food Drive)
March 5 –Spring Fling (Pond Skimming & Season Pass Sale)
Thursdays: Ober Gatlinburg Race Program (Until Feb. 27)
Sundays: Slope side Church Service @ 12:30 on the top of Castle Run (ski and snowboard participants)