Strap on some skis or a snowboard and head down your choice of over 76 slopes and trails, seven lifts, a terrain and tubing park at two nearby West Virginia ski resorts, Canaan Valley Resort State Park and Timberline Four Seasons Resort.
Canaan Valley Resort State Park
Canaan Valley • 800-622-4121
At Canaan Valley Resort, your winter recreation and relaxation options are plentiful. Downhill skiers of all levels will love the 39 slopes at our West Virginia ski lodge – complete with a vertical drop of 850 feet. Enjoy snowboarding, skiing, airboarding or even snowtubing. Engage in wonderful family fun while ice skating and take advantage of the wide range of winter activities here! Visit the website.
Timberline Four Seasons Resort
Canaan Valley • 800-SNOWING
With a vertical rise of 1,000 feet, you’ll enjoy some of the longest runs in the South (as long as 2 miles). And because their 37 slopes and trails are evenly divided among easiest, intermediate and expert terrain, skiers of all abilities will find plenty of great ways to get to the bottom! Visit the website.
Blackwater Falls State Park
P.O. Drawer 490 • Davis, WV 26260 • 304-259-5216
During the winter months the park offers over ten miles of trails for the beginner to the experienced cross country skier. Many of the trails are groomed and maintained specifically for XC skiing. A full service XC ski center offers ski lessons and equipment rental. Visit the website.
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Blackwater Falls State Park features amber-colored waters that plunges five stories then twist and tumble through an eight-mile long gorge.read more
Magnificent formations are the results of millions of years of intricate processes and trillions of drops of mineral laden water seeping through the limestone bedrock which leaves trace mineral deposits that over millions of years creates spectacular stalactites, stalagmites, helictites, flow-stone, columns and dazzling multi-colored formations that you will see in the WV Underground.read more
Seneca Rocks is one of the best-known landmarks in West Virginia. These rocks have long been noted as a scenic attraction and are popular with rock climbers.read more