Charleston, West Virginia – The West Virginia Ski Areas Association’s official website is www.GoSkiWV.com and as of today they are featuring the many LIVE STREAMING webcams that are showing the ski resorts of the Southeast and Mid Atlantic. Joe Stevens serves as the official spokesperson for the WV Ski Areas and stated, "Websites like SkiSoutheast.com and HighCountryWebCams.com have taken the guesswork out of knowing what the conditions are like on the slopes! We are in the midst of a challenging ski and snowboarding season and we’re all fighting to get the message out that there is PLENTY of snow on the slopes and plenty of good, ridable terrain to enjoy and I can think of no better way to inform visitors to the region’s ski areas that we have plenty of snow to play on."
With MLK Weekend beginning Friday, January 11th, there are certain to be plenty of people looking at all of the rain that has fallen recently and proclaiming – "There simply can’t be any snow on the slopes."
"NOT SO", says Stevens.
"We’ve got from two to four feet of maximum base depths at each of the West Virginia ski areas with minimum base depths that are allowing for good coverage on all of our open slopes. I’m certain the same can be said for most of the ski resorts in the Southeast and Mid Atlantic. The general perception off of the mountain is that there is NO snow, and these LIVE webcams are showing that better than anything else."
WEBCAM TRAFFIC IS UP!
Stevens’ comments are supported by the fact that more than 233,594 people have visited the www.HighCountryWebCams.com website since JANUARY 1st! News stations across the Southeast are now relying on these kinds of camera systems to accurately show what’s happening!
We appreciate the West Virginia Ski Areas Association for linking to our network of cameras and hope that you’ll visit their website at www.GoSkiWV.com . If you have any questions you can contact Joe Stevens at jstevens@GoSkiWV.com