24 Hour – 2″ | 72 Hour – 6″ | Base Depth – 44″
Snowshoe Mountain Resort is a severely underrated ski area in the Mid-Atlantic that is off to an amazing start for the 18/19 season.
The West Virginia ski area is 4.5 hours west of Washington D.C. and boasts some great tree skiing as well as groomed runs. The vert is impressive at 1,500′ on 245 skiable acres.
This year, the resort has the #14 deepest snowpack in North America, which is nutty considering that Jackson Hole’s base depth is currently measuring an inch less. WHAT!?!?!?
Lift & Terrain Status:
- Lifts – 5/14
- Trails – 20/60
- Skiable Terrain – 75/257 acres
Not only did we get another inch and a half from Mother Nature, but the cold temperatures and little to no wind have made for a productive night of snowmaking. It’s going to be another awesome day on the mountain with upslope snow showers expected to continue into tomorrow. We’re still shooting to open the Western Territory sometime this weekend if all goes well. Please use caution as snowmaking may be in progress on some open slopes today.
Snowmobile tours will be running this Friday-Sunday, and then daily starting December 14th
Find out more here: Snowshoe Conditions Report