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Cataloochee Ski Area

1080 Ski Lodge Road
828-926-0285

Driving Directions

Cataloochee Ski Area is located four miles off U.S. 19 above beautiful Maggie Valley, North Carolina and is easily accessed from Interstate-40.

GPS devices can incorrectly direct you through impassable roads. Use the directions below for the quickest routes. Use the Google Map service below for driving directions.

From the East (Asheville/Charlotte) Take I-40 West to exit 27 (Maggie Valley). Exit on to U.S. 19 South (exit right) and follow the signs.

From the West (Knoxville) Take I-40 East to exit 20 (Maggie Valley). Exit on to U.S. 276 South (exit right) and follow the signs. 

From the North (Cherokee) Take U.S. 441 South to U.S. 19 North (Maggie Valley) and follow the signs. 

From the Atlanta area and points south Take U.S. 441 to U.S. 23 exiting in the city of Waynesville (exit 102B). Take 276 North to U.S. 19 South (turn left) and follow the signs.



Reviews

James Beaver

Rating:
Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018
My family and I love Cataloochee! The people are always nice and helpful and the runs are a lot of fun! There are green, blue, and black runs and although this isn't Colorado, it is a nice area that is clean and well kept. The food is very expensive, but we always bring our own lunch. We also go during the week when there are not any lines--it is more crowded on the weekends. We go every year and will continue to do so. Great family place!

Roop sarath

Rating:
Saturday, March 3, 2018
It”s great place for beginners, they have class for very cheap $22. Even it is hard to maintain snow in March, they are doing job in maintaining it. I really loved, I am gone visit place again and again

Jeremy Collake

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Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018
Everyone is happy they exist. Makes for quicker travel for many. However, they are definitely no Beech or Sugar, if you are expecting that. Slope conditions were poor even after an extended cold snap that should have allowed them to build up the base considerably. Day after it ended the slopes were already showing bare spots and the lift ramps were terrible. My wife nearly got clobbered by the chair when she fell off on the green lift because there was just not enough of a decline for people to fall down and away from the chair. Worst was all the trash on the lifts going all the way up. I mean, holy cow. Beer cans everywhere. Send some of your low paid employees up there for trash duty. I dunno, it is alright, but could be a lot better. Maybe a capital issue.

Bruce Campbell

Rating:
Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018
Most employees were RUDE! One told my son at the ski rental place if he cut his self on the new skis don't come crying to him, he wasn't his mother!" There were a few (not many) that were extremely nice. I wish I got their names. They deserve shout outs. I definitely wish I got the hateful employees names! There were way too many to remember!! One young lady wouldn't take our money. She wanted to talk about her social life with her co workers. We spent way too much money to be treated so poorly.

Forrest Morton

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Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018
I had a great time out at the Catalooche Ski Area. They had all the equipment I needed, so I could be ready to start boarding. It was my first time snowboarding, so I took a lesson to get started. The guide taught me a lot and did a great job instructing the group. I would recommend this Ski area to anyone that wants to ski or snowboard; especially those who are visiting the Great Smokey Mountains.

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