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Maximum occupancy is 6 with no more than 4 adults.
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Enjoy our log cabin with views of the West Virginia mountains. If you want to stay in a quiet place away from the hustle and bustle, but also want easy access to a number of activities, this is the place to stay. The cabin is located in Slatyfork, two miles from the four season resort of Snowshoe Mountain.
The cabin sleeps six in three queen size beds with one bedroom and a loft.
Bring only clothes/toiletries and food! This cabin has everything you need: full kitchen, sheets, towels, paper and cleaning products(not personal toiletries), and a porch with mountain views.
Play golf at the Gary Player designed Raven Golf Course, voted #1 Public Access Golf Course in West Virginia for the fourth year in a row. Enjoy a walk through Slatyfork Farm development adjoining our property. We love our pets and understand you may want to bring your pet on your vacation. We are pet-friendly; just tell us type and number of pets you are bringing. Linens and cleaning upon departure are included in our rates.
There is a small grocery store, gas and unique shopping one mile from the cabin. Four wheel drive recommended in the winter, but we are right off well-maintained Highway 219 leading to Snowshoe.
Seasonal Activities nearby(please check with vendors schedules before your visit to ensure availability): Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Biking, Golf at Raven Golf Course, Snowshoe’s Outpost Adventure with BMX Track, Sporting Clays and Climbing Wall.
One of the most popular recreational activities in Pocahontas County is fishing. Eight Rivers (Cheat, Cherry, Cranberry, Elk, Gauley, Greenbrier, Tygart Valley, Williams) and countless streams originate in the area.
Take a scenic ride on the Cass railroad(check seasonal schedule and buy tickets ahead because they book up quickly), mountain bike, hike, fish, bike the Greenbrier River Trail or float the Greenbrier River. Visit the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Lost World Caverns, Falls of Hill Creek, Droop Mountain State Park, Beartown State Park, Watoga State Park and Seneca State Forest.
Nationally recognized, the Highland Scenic Highway, is a must see. Cutting across Monongahela National Forest, this 43-mile route, much of which follows Rte. 150, the highest major road in the state- provides dramatic views of the Allegheny Highlands. This scenic byway, accessible from April through November (weather permitting) begins just south of Slatyfork and travels through hardwood forests to Richwood.
Along the way, you’ll find wildlife, waterfalls, 150 miles of hiking trails, and the 36,000 acre Cranberry Bogs Wilderness Area and Visitors Center. The county is home to two other nationally recognized scenic byways as well that are accessible year-round.
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