Beech Mountain Resort, Beech Mountain

(2.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • We called ahead about ice skating times. We get there and no one is at the ice skating office. Multiple stores were shut down. We finally found someone at the group sales office who says that they pro...  more »
  • Terrible customer service. They had a sign that tubing was open and then when you walk up to the counter they tell you tubing is closed. Slopes barely had any snow. Then they advertise parties all nig...  more »
  • We spent two nights on the mountain and it was my 15 year old daughter's first time skiing. It had been almost 20 years since I had been skiing. We didn't have our own equipment and decided to rent at...  more »
  • Here is an honest, unbiased review from someone who has gone many years to Beech Mountain. Lift tickets are overpriced, lift lines are overcrowded, and snow depths are over-exaggerated. That being said, you can still have a great day on the mountain by following a few simple tips. Also, be sure to get to the top and enjoy Skybar when you need a break from the slopes. -If at all possible go on weekdays and avoid holiday weekends at all costs. Some days are so busy you will get less than ten runs in a full day. Night skiing also seems to be less crowded. -Save on lift ticket costs by going on weekdays or talk to groups around the "group sales" office to try and join their group of 15 or more. You will need to have some cash on hand to pay the group leader because they only accept one form of payment and a single transaction. -If you need to rent equipment save time and utilize a local rental shop the night before. Most stay open late to accommodate night skiing. You won't have to pay any extra and you won't have to wait in God awful lines for rentals once you get to the mountain. -The single run with its own lift (Oz run) is often overlooked by many which leaves it uncrowded for much of the day if it is actually open for business. -Planning on a multi day trip? There are many inexpensive lodging options from a new hostel if going solo to multi bedroom homes with hot tubs if going with a group, so shop around.
  • A nice collection of shops, coffee house, and ski lift station with summit bar. Pretty deserted during our Summer visit except for BMX bikers and those going to the Land of Oz, but well maintained.
  • Very bad mountain as far as ownership. I feel like the owner Ryan just had the mountain handed to him by daddy and doesn't know how to run a business. I has a season pass here for 2 years but switched to sugar for the bad customer service on the higher up parties. Maybe Ryan (the owner) will learn and they can improve on things they need to such as customer service and caring about the customer. Mountain is decent but sugar has a great staff and mountain so Beech has an L in my book
  • Unbelievably rude staff. I went to rent boots and they gave me boots that were wet form the inside, so i went and asked the lady politely if i can get different ones and she rudely responded: "you should go rent ones form somewhere else then." Then she gave me another pair that were even worst and one of the soles was half way out. when i told her about the soles she made me take them out and said "their you go." Besides form that the lift operators were screaming at people all day long. Worst customer service I've ever encountered anywhere.
  • Great selection of slopes, catering mostly toward intermediate riders. Beech is probably my favorite snowboarding locale, with a ton of intermediate level slopes and a lot of variety. There are a few advanced slopes and a few beginner slopes, but there are better mountains around for new riders or those just looking to test their own skills. If you've been snowboarding a few times, however, and just want a good mountain to ride without wiping out a ton, Beech is the place to go.