Canaan Valley Resort Offers Free Lift Tickets to Weeknight Guests Through the End of Ski Season

The Canaan Valley Resort Ski Area features 47 runs.

DAVIS, W.Va., February 25, 2016 – Canaan Valley Resort is offering free lift tickets to overnight guests staying Sunday through Thursday until the end of the ski season.

“There is still time to come back to Canaan Valley and get in some great skiing,” said Steve Drumheller, general manager of Canaan Valley Resort. “There’s already plenty of snow on the mountain, and more is expected this weekend, so our ski guests can look for favorable conditions and lots of fun on the slopes.”

Rates at the lodge start at $89. The promotion includes lodging, up to two lift tickets per room and Beech Club privileges. Taxes and fees are not included.

Boarders enjoy the downhill runs and the terrain park.
Boarders enjoy the downhill runs and the terrain park.

Reservations can be made by calling 1-800-622-4121 or going online at

Canaan Valley Resort offers an exciting array of winter activities for the outdoor enthusiast, including 47 trails and slopes with wide trails, narrow chutes and high mountain meadows for downhill skiers of all levels. The hill features a mountain summit at 4,280 feet and a vertical drop of 850 feet. The ski area’s longest run is Timber Trail at 6,000 feet.

The terrain park features sculpted jumps, boxes and rails for all skill levels. New this season is the addition of three glade trails. Recent renovations at the ski area included expanded snow making capabilities and renovations to base facilities.

The two new lodge buildings feature rooms with a variety of configurations.
The two new lodge buildings feature rooms with a variety of configurations.

Canaan Valley Resort is located in north central West Virginia approximately three hours from Pittsburgh, 2½ hours from Washington, D.C. and 2¾ hours from Charleston, WV.

The resort recently completed a massive two-year, $34 million renovation and new construction project that included construction of two wings featuring 160 guest rooms as well as renovation of public areas.

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