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Cloudmont Ski & Golf Resort, Mentone

Categories: Ski Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • Did not try the slope but many were having a great time. If you can't travel to Colorado or Gatlinburg you need to try this slope. 
  • My husband and I go to Cloudmont almost every year. To be honest we have not been in the winter to ski but we have been in the fall. It is absolutely breath taking and the best place ever to go and re...  read more »
  • Had a great time learning how to ski!!! The workers there was very nice and helpful!!!! Can't wait to go back next winter!!!! 
  • Great experience! Cabins were well maintained, and the surrounding area is lovely. Minus one star because the actual rates are higher than what's posted on the website.
  • Great place for beginers. Don't expect a high end resort. we took the kids for a day trip and had lots of fun skiing.
  • Awesome family fun!
  • a long-ish, fairly narrow course. I enjoy it but find an awful lot of players taking a long time due to balls in the rough...especially problematic on weekends where it can take over 5 hours to play 18 if you're unlucky enough to be behind a group of weekend warriors playing from long tees and launching balls into the rough time after time. The front 9 and back 9 are very different. personally, i think the back 9 is a little harder with more blind shots. The course rewards straight shooters with a little extra benefit to long drivers
  • The resort only keeps enough equipment on hand for about 75 people to ski/snowboard at one time. On weekends with fresh snow they often run out by 11am. They failed to tell us this despite calling before making the 2 hour drive. You could still get a lift pass if you had your own equipment, but there is not a place to buy or rent within an hour drive. The slope is small, but would be great for first timers. The second rope lift breaks down regularly which puts the lift wait up to 45 min when it is crowded. This would be a decent place on a weekday but isn't worth it on the weekend. Drive up to Gatlinburg or over to NC and ski at a real resort if you have any level of skill. Definitely call ahead and ask about availability before you make a long drive.
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