Find plenty of things to do on and near the Village Of Sugar Mountain for July 4th Week vacations in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
July 2-4: Lift Rides & Bike Park
For both scenic riders and bikers, the Summit Express chairlift operates all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Read more about the Bike Park and Lift Rides. Find food and refreshments in the base lodge all day. Address: 1009 Sugar Mountain Dr, Sugar Mountain.
July 4th Fireworks
Where to watch the fireworks? The most unique and up-close vista is from Sugar’s 5,300’ peak via the Summit Express chairlift (fee). Or watch from the lodge (free admission & parking) and enjoy live music on the deck 6-9 PM. They begin just after 9 PM. Also watch from the parking areas at the resort. Address: 1009 Sugar Mountain Dr, Sugar Mountain.
July 4: Summit Crawl
At the Sugar Mountain Resort, join all ages in the challenging Summit Crawl. Run, hike, climb, or crawl from the lodge to Sugar Mountain’s 5,300-foot peak by way of the Easy Street, Gunther’s Way, and Northridge ski slopes. The 1.2-mile route climbs 1,200 in elevation! There is no time limit, so you don’t have to be a marathon runner. Entry fee ($45 adults, $35 children 12 & under) includes a t-shirt and downhill transportation on the Summit Express lift. The Crawl starts at 9 a.m. on the 4th and winner in each category win medals. Advance registration required, limited to 400 people. Pick up number & shirt on July 3rd, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Get info and register online at www.skisugar.com/crawl.
July 3 & 4: Art on the Greene
Held on the grounds of the Historic Banner Elk School with hand-made arts and crafts from select regional and national artisans. Free admission. 10 AM-5 PM. Address: 185 Azalea Cir SE, Banner Elk.
July 3rd: Banner Elk Parade
11 AM until Noon, down Main Street. Followed by a Duck Race & Party Noon until 3 PM in Tate-Evans Town Park with old fashioned games and food vendors.
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