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Winter Sports



West Virginia's winter sports activities are unparalleled in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast

 WV Ski Report













How do ski resorts produce snow in Mother Nature’s absence?
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 Ski conditions    

lifts
open
trails
open
Snowshoe Mountain
Closed
0 of 14 0 of 57
Timberline
Closed
0 of 4 0 of 39
Canaan Valley
Closed
0 of 5 0 of 43
Winterplace
Closed
0 of 9 0 of 27
Oglebay Resort
1 1
Elk River
Cross country
  open
White Grass
Cross country
  open
This information is current as of 4/2/2014.
If you would like to verify conditions, please
contact the resort or 800 CALL WVA.
 


Thanks to its lofty elevation and rugged terrain, West Virginia reigns supreme in winter sports activities in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. The Mountain State offers one of the longest seasons in the region for downhill and cross-country skiers, snowboarders and snow tubing fans. Spend the day on the slopes, then later, as the sun sets over the mountains, kick back and relax with a great meal and a warm fireplace. Overnight accommodations range from rustic cabins to cozy lodges and luxurious resorts. Restaurant dining and other amenities are available as well.

Downhill Skiing

From easy to challenging, there’s a trail in West Virginia just for you.

Downhill Skiing in West Virginia

Snowboarding

Terrain parks offer challenging obstacles galore.

Snowboarding in West Virginia

Snow Tubing

The whole family will enjoy this fun and easy activity.

Snow tubing in West Virginia

Cross-country

Nordic enthusiasts will find miles of trails suitable for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing.

Cross-country skiing in West Virginia

So what are you waiting for?

From exhilarating snow sports to winter festivals, horse-drawn sleigh rides, hockey, ice skating and more, there’s no better time to come see what makes a trip to West Virginia so wild and wonderful!


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