Photo courtesy of Snowshoe Mountain Resort
10 Snowshoe Drive
Snowshoe, WV 26209
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Snowshoe is a sprawling four-season resort with skiing, snowboarding, golfing, mountain biking and more. In addition to its 60 trails, there are plenty of restaurants and more than 30 housing options for the crowds that flood the resort during peak season.
Summit elevation: 4,848 feet
Vertical drop: 1,500 feet
Longest run: 1.5 miles
Number of trails: 60
Trail breakdown: 41 percent beginner, 36 percent intermediate, 23 percent expert
Lifts: 14 (3 high speed detachable quads, 2 handle tows, 2 Magic Carpet lifts)
Lift capacity: 23,400 people/hour
Snow-making capability: 100 percent
9 a.m.- 9 p.m. daily
Lift tickets, here
Season passes, hereRental rates, here
LessonsPrivate and group classes for adults and kids. See rates here
OTHER SNOW ACTIVITIES
Snowmobiling, snowcat tours, tubing, snowshoeing.
FOR THE KIDS
Lessons, Kids' Night Out, day care. The Big Top is a fun center with arcades, Playstation, ping pong and billiards.
More than 30 different housing options, including townhomes, inns and condos, around the resort.
Mount Airy Bed & Breakfast: B&B offers six rooms, each with a waterbed. Rt. 219, Slatyfork, 8 miles from the top of Snowshoe.
ON-SITE FOOD AND DRINK
Arbuckles Cabin, Auntie Pasta's, Bear's Den, Black Run Sugar House, Boat House, Brandi's at the Inn at Snowshoe, Cheat Mountain Pizza Company, Ember, Foxfire Grille, Hoot's Bar & Grill, Junction Restaurant, Marketplace, Red Rover, Shavers Centre, Starbucks, The Village Bistro and Misty's
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