The wait is almost over for skiers and snowboarders in West Virginia.
Snowshoe Mountain in Pocahontas County has announced that they will officially begin the 2022/2023 Winter Season on Wednesday, Nov. 23, with an exclusive “Passholder Preview Day” for season passholders and employees on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
“November might have started off warm but once the cold weather arrived our team hit the ground running, and now we’ve got a winter wonderland here on the mountain.” said Snowshoe President, Patti Duncan. “Our goal is always to try to open before Thanksgiving, and thanks to our incredible operations team and the continued investments in our snowmaking system, we’re going to open on time, and with an excellent variety of trails.”
Snowshoe expects to open with at least a dozen beginner and intermediate trails in their Basin area, including a terrain park with freestyle features.
The Resort will also offer a variety of Thanksgiving related activities and events. The full schedule is available here.
Tune in to Snowshoe’s live webcams to see the snowmaking in progress.
New for Winter 2022/23
• Improved Beginner Terrain
• New Village Access via the Grabhammer Lift.
• Continued Snowmaking Upgrades at Snowshoe and Silver Creek
• Snowshoe Mobile App – will allow visitors to track their ski runs and earn badges, check the Snow Report, navigate the mountain with live walking directions, purchase tickets and activities, and keep in touch with friends, all in real time.
More information about what’s new for Winter 2022/23 is available here.
For more information or to make a Snowshoe lodging reservation, please call 877-441-4386 or visit online at www.snowshoemtn.com.