Skiing in West Virginia

Seven ski areas in West Virginia invite nordic and alpine skiers to descend their slopes and tour their back-country trails. All are located in the Allegheny Mountains region at elevations above 3,000 feet. Most West Virginia ski areas operate from mid-December through mid-March, though those at the highest elevations may open as early as November.

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Skiing is one of the most popular forms of recreation accommodated in West Virginia. It’s hard to keep up with the constant change and expansion. If you’ve noted inaccuracies in our content or would like to contribute as a correspondent for skiing in West Virginia, please contact a member of our editorial staff.

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