Yoga and Live Music Return Saturday

Mile High Yoga Returns Saturday, June 3rd

Have an on top of the world experience with Beech Mountain Resort’s Mile High Yoga. Mile High Yoga is catered to all ability levels as you reach for the sky at 5,506 feet in elevation. Our vision is to provide a secure, peaceful, and amiable environment as you perform yoga with a breathtaking view.

This journey is second to none as our exceptional instructors guide you through a cycle of poses to ensure an increase in strength, posture, relaxation,  and inspiration for your next adventure. The sky is the limit as we challenging you to take on new heights, focus on individual development, and are passionate about the health of our participants.

To enhance your experience, this class is accessible by chair lift allowing scenic views as you ascend to your class. Tickets are $15 and available for purchase in Ski Beech Sports, located in our Resort Village. Participants are informed to ride the chairlift between 10:00 A.M. and 10:10 A.M as class begins at 10:30 A.M. and lasts for approximately one hour. Yoga mats are available for rent for $2.00, and early arrival is encouraged as spaces is limited.

Join us Saturday, June 3rd for our first Mile High Yoga Session!  We proudly welcome our talented instructor Noelle Austin.

Noelle Austin

Noelle is a 555 hr Certified Yoga Therapist. She has been teaching since 2009 and practicing since she was a little girl when her father took her to her first class and introduced her to meditation and mantra singing. Noelle teaches alignment based yoga, offering modifications, demonstration, and clear alignment cues. She believes we are all divine and we are worthy of feeling good, Yoga is a tool to help you live with more ease.  To learn more about Noelle, check out her website.


The Coolest Mountaintop Bar East of the Rockies Presents a Summer of Live Music To Enhance your Mountain Views and Brews

Beech Mountain Ski Resort will open up its beautiful summit in the summer of 2017 for scenic lift rides, a unique 18-hole disc golf course, downhill mountain biking, live music and more on the 27th of May.

And, for those wanting to be surrounded by spectacular panoramic vistas while enjoying drink, food and live music, our high-altitude skybar 5506’ is located on the Peak of Beech Mountain and is only a scenic lift ride away.

The top of Beech Mountain features some of the most beautiful views in all of the North Carolina High Country and the eastern United States. From 5506’, you can see Mount Rogers and Whitetop Mountain in Virginia, and on a clear day you can even see Pilot Mountain almost 100 miles away, made famous by the Andy Griffith Show. Because of such natural beauty, Wine Enthusiast magazine listed 5506’ as one of their “8 Sizzling Ski Resort Bars in America” in January of 2016.

Named after the height of Beech Mountain, which is 5506 feet at its zenith, 5506’will be providing a fine array of live music in the coming months to help bring an afternoon of food and drink to life on a cool summer’s day.

Open on Thursdays from 12 to 6 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. beginning on May 27, a $10 round trip ski lift ticket will get you to what is easily the most spectacular mountaintop bar east of the Mississippi River – 5506’. Patrons can enjoy a daily lunch menu, and a full bar, including select beers from the Beech Mountain Brewing Company.

The live music scheduled for the summer of 2017 will include the following bands and dates. All shows begin at 2:30 p.m. and are sponsored by, Classic 100.7 WZJS and

June 3   –        The blues and rock sounds of Melissa Reaves

June 10 –        The up-and-coming rock and blues vocalist Shelby Rae Moore

June 17 –        The progressive bluegrass stylings of Fireside Collective

June 24 –        The eclectic acoustic sounds of Virginia Ground 

July 1   –          The bluegrass stylings of The Corklickers

July 8 –           The blues, soul and jazz/funk of Parker Urban Band 

July 15 –        The indie folk sounds of the acoustic duo Sweet Sweet

July 22   –       The funky horn-driven rock and soul of Dr. Bacon

July 29   –       The bluegrass and country sounds of The Grassabillies

August 5 –      The American pop rock acoustics of Prettier Than Matt 

August 12 –    The funk, pop, soul sounds of Baby Black

August 19 –    The folk, bluegrass and rock grooves of My New Favorites

August 26 –    The folk rock and soul of The Storks

Sept. 2    –       The Americana, folk and rock grooves of Virginia’s If Birds Could Fly

More information can be found at or 800-438-2093.

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