West Virginia Ski Resorts is a guide to ski and snowboard areas in West Virginia.
Ski Areas in West Virginia
With 27 trails covering 90 skiable acres and a vertical drop of 603 feet, Winterplace is a great place for families and individuals learning to ski.
Snowboarders are welcome and they'll enjoy the terrain parks. The parks are contoured with all the tabletops, hips, rails, gaps and cool stuff that diehards love.
Winterplace has the highest snowmaking capacity per acre in the Southeast with 100% snowmaking capability. When the sun goes down, the slopes light every night.
Canaan Valley offers an exceptional value whether you're planning a family vacation, a group outing or conference. The friendly staff will provide you with the service, comfort and gracious hospitality you expect.
This award winning resort is nestled inside 6,000 acres of spectacular West Virginia park land in one of the highest regions east of the Mississippi (3,200 ft. above see level). Our Nation's 500th wildlife preserve is located minutes from the resort. The resort features a variety…
Timberline Four Seasons Resort is located in Canaan Valley in north central West Virginia, high in the Allegheny Mountains.
The mountain boasts 1,000 vertical feet of skiing, with long enjoyable trails for all levels and a climate that is unique in the mid-Atlantic region. Timberline's high altitude (4,268-foot peak) location is known for cool temperatures, long winters and abundant natural snowfall.
If Mother Nature does not cooperate, Timberline is equipped to provide a deep base and…
For mid-Atlantic and Southeast skiers, snowboarders and winter enthusiasts, Snowshoe Mountain is the premier destination this winter. Located in wild and beautiful Pocahontas County, WV, our resort is just a short 5-hour drive from major metropolitan areas like Charlotte, DC, Raleigh, Richmond and Columbus.
As the largest resort in the area, a single lift ticket will gain you access to three mountain faces of terrain: The Snowshoe Basin, Silver Creek, and the Western Territory.