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Canaan Valley Resort State Park - The second largest inland wetland in the USA and is the highest, largest valley east of the Mississippi at about 3,200 feet. The park is well known for its skiing. Top elevation is 4,280 feet, with a vertical drop of 850 feet. The longest run is 6,000 feet, and their skiing terrain is comprised of 22 trails and 34 slopes. Snowmaking capacity is 85% to produce when nature doesn't. Located in Davis, WV. For more information call 800-622-4121 or visit our website at www.canaanresort.com.

Snowshoe Mountain Resort - Enjoy this major eastern all-season destination with two mountains and a system of 53 interconnecting slopes and trails - from gentle hills for first-timers to the renowned Cupp Run, with its 1,500-foot vertical drop. Tubing and snowboarding, two new terrain parks at the Snowshoe and Silver Creek Areas and the resort's nearly-mile-high village of shops, restaurants, nightclubs, pubs, lodges, townhouses and condominiums practically guarantee you'll never want to come down from the mountain. Located in Pocahontas County. For more information call (304) 572-1000.

Timberline Four Season Resort - The areas newest resort and is known for its "Real Snow Country" ski conditions. Over 150 inches of natural snow fall on the mountain annually, plus the resort has 94% snowmaking capability. The mountain has a summit elevation of 4,368 feet, a vertical rise of 1,000 feet, 35 slopes and trails, a base elevation of 3,268 feet and 91.5 acres of skiable terrain. The longest trail south of New England, Salamander Run, is 2 miles and treats skiers with an awe-inspiring view of Dolly Sods Wilderness Area. Located in Tucker County. For more information call 1-800-SNOWING or visit our website at wvweb.com/trr.
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