Sugar Mountain, NC, USA

Sugar Mountain, NC, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 1,244 vacation rentals near Sugar Mountain. From 418 houses to 361 cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Sugar Mountain for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Sugar Mountain’s sweet offerings

The towering peak of Sugar Mountain reaches an elevation of over 5,000 feet, making it one of the most prominent features in the Pisgah National Forest. These slopes are beloved by skiers and snowboarders in the winter months, while summer hiking and biking excursions offer sweeping panoramas over the region’s breathtaking wilderness. As a result, Sugar Mountain vacation rentals are in year-round demand. Sharing its name with this imposing landmark, the little village of Sugar Mountain occupies its north face and offers visitors an idyllic home base from which to set off on their pulse-pounding alpine adventure.

Find your pace in Sugar Mountain

Myriad trails at the Sugar Mountain Ski Resort cater to thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies, with skiing, snowboarding, and snow-tubing all on the itinerary. There are gentler options, however, for a more relaxed getaway. The resort’s 10,000-square-foot skating rink is open seasonally, with skate rental provided at the adjacent store. Guided snowshoeing tours are an exciting way to explore the surroundings on your terms; from leisurely walks to intense workouts, the guides tailor these excursions to your needs, and children’s outings are also operated for kids aged 8-11. Book a Sugar Mountain vacation rental near the resort for easy access to these amenities.

The heritage of Sugar Mountain

Samuel Henry Banner, one of the region’s first settlers, established his homestead in 1870, where he, his wife, and their 7 children lived comfortably for many years. Visitors to the Banner House Museum can walk the hallways and admire the period furniture that still occupies these stately rooms. An exhibition gallery illuminates the history of Sugar Mountain in the 19th and 20th century, while docent-led tours offer expert insight into the area’s culture. The museum is open between mid-July and mid-September, Wednesday through Saturday, with exact times and dates available on their website.

Winter wonders in Sugar Mountain

Sugar Mountain’s reputation as a snow-sports destination makes winter the most popular time of year for Sugar Mountain vacation rentals. The weather is quite cold, with averages in the 20s, and snowfall is frequent, making it the best time to hit the slopes. This destination also has an assortment of summer activities, so bargains on Sugar Mountain vacation rentals are worth considering in this off-peak period. Mild conditions, with temperatures hovering in the 60s, open up a world of outdoor excursions, while the area’s wildlife and blossoming flowers make for stunning views from the patio of your cabin, condo, or chalet.

A Sugar Mountain adventure

The Linville Caverns were first discovered by fishermen in the early 1800s, and have been open for guided tours since the 1930s. These actively forming limestone caverns showcase a variety of fascinating rock formations, including stalactites, stalagmites, and a “bottomless” pool—divers have continuously searched in vain for its deepest point. Trout swim in the bodies of water found within the caves, while bats are known to make their homes in the darkest corners. Checking the website before you make plans is essential, as hours of operation are seasonal.