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  • Beautiful, expensive, uneven service

    Apr 23, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: beautiful, lots of variety
    Cons: uneven service, incomplete maps

    Summary: I went to Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia with my family (man, woman, teenage boy) for the first time this year. We went in late February for one day. We had to go back in March for two. They were open for two weekends on April, but we just couldn't ... read more

  • Treetop Homes

    Jan 28, 2010 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Many slopes were well-groomed
    Attractive village shops and restaurants
    Cons: Dirty
    Pool leaking brown goo from ceiling
    Not maintained
    Long lines

    Summary: We recently returned from a weekend trip to Snowshoe, staying at #2 Treetop.  While the resort is nice in many ways, the lodging was nothing less than disgraceful.  We experienced the following:A leaky ceiling in the living room, which ... read more

  • As good as it gets on the East Coast

    Feb 7, 2009 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Large, well-managed, reasonably priced, east coast ski resort.
    Cons: Not many cons other than really out in the middle of (beautiful) nowhere.

    Summary: Snowshoe is a very nice ski resort with everything that you need.  It is not Jackson Hole or Lake Tahoe but it also is not a 2 or 3 thousand mile plane ride away for those of us on the east coast.  There is plenty of lodging, both private and ... read more

  • A Suburbanite Ski Slope

    Nov 5, 2007 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: The only place worth going in the southeastern US good snow
    Cons: Novice skiers who shouldn't own skis Crowds Lack of terrain

    Summary: I went on a weekend trip in February 2007 with a group of friends to Snowshoe WV. I was a Virginia Tech student at the time and none of the resorts in Virginia are worth traveling more than 5 minutes out of your way, so Snowshoe was the only option for ... read more

  • Ok skiing, roach motel lodging

    Jul 11, 2006 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Highest elevation for skiing in the East
    Cons: Lodging, nightlife, incompetant staff......

    Summary: My friends and I have been to Snowshoe twice, everytime we go the lodging and staff are the pitts!!!!!! They have absolutely no idea what planet they are on, they sent us pictures of the lodging and when we got there,(both times) it looked like a roach ... read more

  • Snowshoe -- A Beautiful resort, but Customer Service is non-existent

    Dec 17, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Pros: Great Variety of Runs, good snow, numerous lifts
    Cons: Customer Service is terrible, resort isn't equipped to handle regular weekend customers.

    Summary: Our group of 16 traveled to Snowshoe, WV in anticipation of great skiing, and plenty to do in the evening when we ended the ski day. We got both, but never anticipated the worst displays of customer service, I've ever experienced with numerous years of ... read more

  • For Balt/DC Metro folks, this is well worth the price

    Feb 16, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Variety in ski trails, great staff, night skiing, terrain park best in East.
    Cons: High prices, needs more Trail Maps, no guidance in brochures.

    Summary: I moved into the Baltimore/DC metro area 6 years ago and normally traveled north into Pennsylvania for my ski excursions. Having skied out west in Vail, none of the ski resorts near the metro area impressed me very much. There was always 1 lodge, a small ... read more

  • A little disappointing

    Dec 28, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Close proximity to Richmond, best snow and trails in the region.
    Cons: Incompetent management, under staffed, unpleasant location for the village.

    Summary: As far as skiing goes, the mountain is not very challenging. For those who routinely ski in the west, you can subtract a difficulty level from all the trails. Black diamonds are equivalent to blues, and blues are equivalent to more difficult green ... read more

  • Almost Heaven

    Feb 16, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great terrain, activities
    Cons: Weather

    Summary: I'm writing from Snowshoe, where we're socked in by the President's Day storm. All in all, I can think of worse places to be stranded. The weather has been terrible -- rain on Saturday and a blizzard on Sunday. I skiied, but not as much as I would ... read more

  • not quite almost heaven

    Jan 2, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: best mid-Atlantic skiing
    Cons: accommodations poor but improving

    Summary: I have taken a family of five to Snowshoe twice in 2002; once in March and once over Christmas; stayed 4 days each time. The skiing was really great and all of our kids (12, 10, 5) had a great time, as well as their parents. But be ... read more

  • Had lots of fun!!

    Dec 15, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Short lift lines during the week.
    Cons: not very difficult

    Summary: 1. Lodging We stayed in the RimFire lodge in Mar 01. Two hot tubs, friendly staff. Right next to the slopes. Not too expensive. Walking distance to everywhere. GREAT!!! 2. Slopes I’m a boarder, so I really don’t like ... read more

  • Snowshoe in the Summertime

    Aug 4, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: It's Cool on the Mountain in August and the Rooms are Cheap!
    Cons: Activities are costly and the Road is long!

    Summary: Our family of four which included two pre-teens just got back from a four night August stay at Snowshoe ski resort in WV. We fell for a deal of pay for 3 nights and get the 4th night free deal. The accommodations were great in Highland House with a 3 ... read more

  • Snowshoe, Not Just a Winter Resort Anymore.

    Sep 4, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Refreshing get away vacation not just limited to winter.
    Cons: A little hard to get there.

    Summary: I recently visited Snowshoe Resort in Snowshoe, WV for the very first time. I was very much impressed with the way that it has become more than a winter time play ground. I visited in August 2001. I was there for the World Championships for ... read more

  • You want me to spend my vacation where?

    Apr 1, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lots to do for everyone, nice accommodations
    Cons: The trip there, Expensive

    Summary: Until recently, my "ski resort" experience was limited to yearly church group trips to Sugar or Beech Mtn. in North Carolina. My skiing ability is somewhere between Novice and Intermediate, mostly due to the fact that I do not get a rush out of going ... read more

  • All around FUN!

    Mar 2, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: There is always plenty of snow and fun.
    Cons: You'll have so much fun, you may forget to stop and eat.

    Summary: There are plenty of ski resorts that have some snow for a month or two. How about one with more snow for a longer time? There are plenty of runs for beginners all the way up to super-star expert. Having so many runs also makes it so that each run ... read more

  • A Welcome "Face-Lift"

    Feb 26, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Completely renovated
    Cons: Can be difficult to get to

    Summary: My son and I spent a week at Snowshoe Ski Resort in West Virginia the third week of January. We have spent the last several years skiing in the West but scheduling and budget kept us closer to home this year. This is certainly not Steamboat but it is a ... read more

  • its got it all, a great place to begin

    Feb 13, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: beautiful scenery, great for beginners as well as experts, snowboarders or skiers
    Cons: too many snowboarders, gets a bid crowded on popular slopes

    Summary: my first time skiing was at snowshoe. in fact, ive been there every year since (about 4 trips there) however, im going to try canaan valley in WV this year. I live on the east side of the country (Alabama) so finding good ski slopes is hard, but snowshoe ... read more

  • Great Fun

    Jan 24, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great variety, good transportation around the resort, good east coast skiing
    Cons: Not an easy drive, theft is a problem

    Summary: I just got back from a 4 day trip with 14 people. We rented a wonderful house overlooking Cupp Run with a huge hot tub. This turned out to be one of the better of our annual ski trips. Of the 14 people, only 5 were skiers or boarders. ... read more

  • let's go skiing!!

    Jan 19, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: great slopes, not much ice, great pizza place
    Cons: hard to get to, expensive food that isn't worth it

    Summary: Snowshoe has many many trails that are all awesome!! There are a few patches of ice on the medium levels, but not enough to be annoying. There are a variety of rooms, you can get the normal small with a bed or two and bath, or you can get a kitchen and ... read more

  • The ups and downs...

    Dec 29, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great conditions, lots of trails, lots of lifts and food
    Cons: Cold :)

    Summary: Snowshoe is an excellent place to ski - let me start by saying that. I love it. They have great slopes and great lifts. I especially love the Cupp Run and Shay's Revenge side of the mountain where expert skiers can go and enjoy themselves. It's also ... read more

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