The Resorts


Canaan Valley - Mountain Stats
Summit Elevation 4,280 feet
Vertical Drop 850 feet
Number of Trails 43
Number of Lifts 1 quad, 2 triples,
1 magic carpet
Trail Ratings 30% Beginner
40% Intermediate
30% Advanced/Expert

Timberline - Mountain Stats
Summit Elevation 4,268 feet
Vertical Drop 1,000 feet
Number of Trails 41
Number of Lifts 1 Rope Tape,
1 Double,
2 Triples
Trail Ratings 34% Beginner
32% Intermediate

34% Advanced/Expert

White Grass - Touring Stats
Cross Country Skiing Snowshoeing
Terrain: 31 Miles Maintained
Machine-groomed: 15 Miles
Telemark, Glade Skiing
Access to National Forest, Wildlife Refuge, Canaan Valley Resort Trails

Whte Grass Map



Canaan Valley Resort


At Canaan Valley Resort, your winter recreation and relaxation options are plentiful. Downhill skiers of all levels will love the 43 slopes at our West Virginia ski lodge – complete with a vertical drop of 850 feet. Enjoy snowboarding, skiing,  or even snowtubing. Engage in wonderful family fun while ice skating and take advantage of the wide range of winter activities here!





Timberline Resort


Timberline Four Seasons Resort boasts a peak elevation of 4,238 feet! 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. Of course, once you've finished your run, the three chairlifts will get you right back up for another.





White Grass Cross-Country
Ski Touring Center


White Grass maintains 31 miles of trails ranging from 3,200 feet to 4,400 feet. That’s 1,200 vertical feet to cross country up and over! White Grass takes pride in their wholesome natural foods café, unique laid-back atmosphere, curvy exciting trails, and backcountry ski specialty shop. The day lodge provides close access to some of West Virginia’s most treasured high country.





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