LIST: Highest Elevation Skiing In Each Eastern State

LIST: Highest Elevation Skiing In Each Eastern State

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LIST: Highest Elevation Skiing In Each Eastern State

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Cataloochee Ski Area :: Maggie Valley :: North Carolina | Maggie Valley, North Carolina

^Honorable mention: Cataloochee Ski Area, NC (Elev. 5,400 ft.)

North Carolina and West Virginia are home to the highest lift-serviced skiing east of The Mississippi River. I know, that came as a shock to me as well.

Clearly peak elevation does not equate to the best skiing, but it’s still a fun stat to look at.

Take a look at the highest lift-serviced ski resort elevations from all eastern states:

New Jersey- Mountain Creek Resort

Skiing in New Jersey | VisitNJ.org

Peak Elevation: 1,480′

Connecticut- Mohawk Mountain

Mohawk Mountain - Indy Pass

Peak Elevation: 1,600′

Massachusetts: Jiminy Peak

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Peak Elevation: 2,380′

Pennsylvania- Blue Knob

Peak Elevation: 3,146′

New Hampshire- Cannon Mountain

Mountain Info - Cannon Mountain

Peak Elevation: 4,080′

Vermont- Killington Mountain Resort

Killington Elevation & Mountain Stats - Largest Ski Resort In the East

Peak Elevation: 4,241′

Maine- Sugarloaf Ski Resort

Sugarloaf Mountain (Carrabassett Valley) - 2020 All You Need to ...

Peak Elevation: 4,237′

New York- Whiteface Mountain

New York Ski Resort - Whiteface Mountain - Winter Is Calling -

Peak Elevation: 4,386′ 

West Virginia- Snowshoe Mountain Resort

Mountain Info | Snowshoe Mountain Resort

Peak Elevation: 4,848′

North Carolina- Beech Mountain Resort

Beech Mountain Resort Ski & Snowboard Photos

Peak Elevation: 5,506′

Fun Fact: Beech Mountain is the second highest ski resort east of the Rocky Mountains. It’s only beat by Terry Peak, SD with a peak elevation of 7,100′.

Featured Image Credit: FACEBOOK/Beech Mountain Resort

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