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Snowshoe Travel Tips
Almost Heaven! West Virginia’s Snowshoe Resort
John Denver said it best, West Virginia really is ‘almost heaven.’ This stunning state is home to the Snowshoe Resort, in the heart of the Monongahela National Forest. Snowshoe vacation rentals are situated at the summit of Cheat Mountain in Pocahontas County, within easy reach of city of Marlinton and just 3.5 hours drive from the state capital city of Charleston.
What to Do Near ‘Heaven’ – Snowshoe, WV Lodging
A year round paradise awaits travelers, with its wealth of great outdoor activities within easy reach of your choice of Snowshoe condos.
During the winter months, the area is an obvious location for skiers of any ability. The 60 trails and 14 lifts to access the slopes provide a wide variety of skiing with plenty of options to suit beginners and advanced skiers alike. The four parks, Spruce Glades, Powder Monkey, Mountaineer and Timberjack, provide some of the best skiing in the region. The parks also offer a great adventure for snowboarders, and are well equipped for disabled skiers. There are over 11,000 acres of wilderness for snowmobiles with guided tours, including a spectacular evening tour of the Basin and an advanced ride through the backcountry.
If you have ever wondered what it takes to create the great conditions for winter sports, the resort offers a unique opportunity to jump aboard a Snowcat Tour and discover how the staff works to provide visitors with great grooming and learn more about the history of the mountain. The adventurous might like to swap the skis for snowshoes and take an outing into the backcountry and make your way up to Sunrise Backcountry Hut, the Fire Tower or the Airport Runway. The views of the distant Blue Ridge Mountains alone are worth the hike! Families at Snowshoe lodging will find a visit to the Coca-Cola Tubing Park with its six-story tubing hill a great outing for children. Or, there is the Split Rock Pools swimming hole that can entertain the kids with its geysers, slides, and indoor and outdoor swimming while the grown-ups relax in the hot tubs.
Having wintered here, you will want to come back to discover what more Snowshoe has to offer during the warmer months and you will not be disappointed. During the summer the area offers great outdoor activities, including some of the best mountain biking in the country with 20 trails and 1500 feet of vertical decent. When you need a break from pedal power, take to the dune buggies or hire a motorcycle to get a real buzz. Or just grab your clubs and head out to Raven Golf Club, ranked in the top 30 in the country. Then there’s the fishing, nature walks and plenty more activities to pack into your vacation.
Why VRBO Lodging in Snowshoe is the Option for You
Snowshoe lodging provides a home environment in a spectacular area, with spacious accommodations equipped with everything you need to make the most of your West Virginia vacation. No impersonal rooms with limited relaxation space after a hard day’s adventures here! Come back to your own space, with room for the children to play while parents chill out and relax. Close to your chosen Snowshoe vacation rental is a wide variety of restaurants and nightlife to make the most of every moment of your visit.
Snowshoe Lodging is Perfect for Families, Friends and Groups
With the activities and adventures on hand, Snowshoe is a great family location. It is also an ideal spot for large groups of friends, school reunions or even a conference destination. Being so beautiful, it is a perfect spot for weddings! What better way to get married than to spend a whole weekend having fun with your family and friends before taking your vows? What a great build up to your new life!
Once you visit Snowshoe vacation rentals, you will certainly agree with John Denver. This place really is ‘almost heaven.’