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Renovated Ski in/out, pool view, slps 6, #1105
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Entire condominium (condo) · 6 guests · 4 beds · 1 bath
Renovated Ski in/out, pool view, slps 6, #1105Renovated Ski In/Out Poolside/View This studio has been re-designed to maximize space. LVP flooring, granite counters, and lots of storage innovations. Queens size bed has drawers & extra stg., a Queen Sleepr & a bunk. Ideal for 2-4 adults or 2 adults & 2-4 kids. Silver Creek has day/night skiing, pool, & tubing. Your season pass is good for ALL slopes at Snowshoe, Western Territory(all black diamonds), & Silvercreek. Take the free shuttle to the Village & Western Territory (little over 2 miles)
Slope-side - Ski in, Ski out with a View
Entire condominium (condo) · 4 guests · 1 bath
Slope-side - Ski in, Ski out with a ViewYour family will have all the necessary amenities within the same building when you stay at this centrally-located condo. Conveniently located at the top of the Soaring Eagle Express for easy pit stops. Soaring Eagle lift is tentatively fully operational starting December 17th. During the winter there is Hoots Lounge and hot tubs are available* within the building as well as equipment rentals. Summer time lends itself to a quiet escape with epic sunrises. *COVID restrictions may apply
50 RIDGEWOOD Studio SLEEPS 4, Steps from slopes
Entire condominium (condo) · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
50 RIDGEWOOD Studio SLEEPS 4, Steps from slopesBook by 11/30 & get FREE CLEANING! SPACIOUS STUDIO HAS ROOM TO RELAX. First floor w/ private entrance, full kitchen, renovated bathroom, TV/DVD/wifi, washer & dryer, log fireplace, mudroom w/ gear storage, walk-out back deck. Walk to the Powderidge lift or take FREE SHUTTLE anywhere on the mountain. Enjoy Snowshoe basin, Western Territory, Silver Creek, Shavers Lake & shopping/dining/entertainment in the Village. Miles of hiking trails & world-class mountain biking right in your backyard.

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    Cozy Allegheny 1BR Condo Ski in/out from patio
    $154 per night
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    2. Dunmore
    ES320 in Snowshoe Village Ski-in/out, Slope Side
    $116 per night
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    Slope & Village view/1BR/AC/Sleep 4/WiFi
    $96 per night
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    Sunsets at Summit, Snowshoe, West Virginia!
    $257 per night
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    2. Dunmore
    Cozy Condo! Ski-Out and Mountain-View Retreat
    $108 per night
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    2. Dunmore
    Mtn Lodge 147 (Ski In/Out) - Next to Village
    $116 per night
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    2. Dunmore
    1BR Snowcrest Completely Renovated Close to slopes
    $85 per night
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    2. Dunmore
    "Deer to My Heart" - Ski In/Out & Central Village
    $163 per night
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    2. Dunmore
    Ski In/Ski Out ML 220 condo "Powder and Pedals"
    $218 per night
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    2. Snowshoe
    ML328A 1BR Quiet corner unit perfect for snuggling up to watch a movie or read!
    $99 per night
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    23 Mountain Crest, Snowshoe, WV
    $156 per night
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    2. Snowshoe
    Completely Renovated Ski In/Ski Out 1 Bedroom Unit
    $221 per night

Your guide to Snowshoe

All About Snowshoe

From the Chesapeake to the power brokers of the Beltway, the Mid-Atlantic Region has many assets, but world-class winter sports are not among them. The mountains of West Virginia may not be Aspen or Mammoth, but they’re the best available substitute. Located 4.5 hours from D.C., Snowshoe Mountain delivers everything you want in a ski getaway: 61 trails and a 1,500-foot vertical drop to carve by day, and a cozy village with all the apres-ski amenities, from steaming mugs of fireside cocoa to luxurious spas. If downhill skiing’s not your style, there’s also snowmobiling, tubing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. And in the summer, there’s mountain biking, golf, and canoeing on Shavers Lake. The surrounding Pocahontas County is a treasure trove of natural beauty when it comes to scenic drives and hiking trails — you can even eavesdrop on galaxies far, far away at the Green Bank Observatory.


How do I get around Snowshoe?

It’s neither quick nor easy to get to Snowshoe, but with scenery like this, the journey is at least half the point. The closest airport is Greenbrier Valley Airport (LWB), in Lewisburg, about 90 minutes south of town. But you may also want to check flights into Yeager Airport (CRW), in Charleston, West Virginia, about a 3-hour drive west. Whichever you choose, be sure to rent a car and enjoy the view as you’re traveling to your ski rental. Consider a detour on the Highland Scenic Highway through the Monongahela National Forest to peep fall foliage, spring wildflowers, log cabins, and mountain streams.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Snowshoe?

As the name implies, winter in Snowshoe is all about the snow — of which it gets its fair share. Now, we’re not talking Rocky Mountains-level powder dumps, but you can expect a respectable 180 inches of snowfall at the summit over the course of the winter (December to March). Summers are warm and pleasant, with temperatures in the 70s Fahrenheit, and spring and fall call for jackets and scarves. Rain is always a possibility, so don’t forget an umbrella.


What are the top things to do in Snowshoe?

Cass Scenic Railroad State Park Twenty minutes east of Snowshoe, the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park is a throwback to the turn of the 20th century, when the railroad first came to town and steam engines carried lumber from Bald Knob, West Virginia’s highest peak. The 11-mile track and its century-old locomotive are still functional, but these days they’re used to ferry tourists, not spruce, through the mountains.

Twenty minutes east of Snowshoe, the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park is a throwback to the turn of the 20th century, when the railroad first came to town and steam engines carried lumber from Bald Knob, West Virginia’s highest peak. The 11-mile track and its century-old locomotive are still functional, but these days they’re used to ferry tourists, not spruce, through the mountains.

Cranberry Mountain Nature Center and Highland Scenic Highway

From mid-April to mid-October, you can take a cruise along the Highland Scenic Highway and wind up at the 750-acre Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, home to the largest concentration of cranberry bogs in the state and the strange carnivorous plants that grow in them. Visit the Nature Center to learn more about this fascinating ecosystem and arrange a guided tour of the bogs.

Green Bank Observatory

Up here in the mountains of West Virginia, scientists are listening. Using a massive radio telescope the size of two football fields, they try to detect signals so faint that all other frequencies across the vast 13,000-square-mile National Radio Quiet Zone must be silenced in order to hear them. Some nearby residents can’t even use wi-fi or own microwaves. This silence has allowed for the discovery of pulsars, neutron stars, and other space phenomena. Here on earth, visitors can take a self-guided walking tour and explore its network of bike trails.