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10-18-2012 11:59 AM
almostheaven I have never been to seven springs so I cant compare directly but Ill talk a little about Snowshoe..

As far as snow is concerned its all about the season. The average snow fall is about 180 inches a year. Three years ago we had 225 inches but last year only about 90. With that said Snowshoe is very good at making snow so only one run wasnt open.

There is decent night riding available in the Silver Creek section. Four or five actual runs and then last year there were small medium and large terrain parks open at Silver Creek.

If you are on the mtn its nice because everything slopes/food/bars are all within walking distance or if you dont want to walk shuttles run until 12? on weekdays and until like 2? on weekends.

I would say Snowshoe is definitely not as big as the resorts in VT and maybe even a little smaller then 7 springs but it is definitely a cool resort for the east coast.

As far as the best time to come, try to avoid the weeks around Christmas and New Years, and MLK and Presidents day weekends. If its an even half way decent winter for snowfall everything should be opened up by January. If you can come midweek you will have virtually no lift lines.

Feel free to ask any other questions.
10-18-2012 11:50 AM
JBthe3rd
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I work as an instructor at snowshoe in WV..if you want more info on the mtn let me know.
Hope this isnt considered a thread jack but umm..How do you describe snowshoe compared to SevenSprings?
10-18-2012 11:48 AM
JBthe3rd
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I looked into snowshoe and its $450 for 5 days in the room and lift tickets. is that a good deal?
Got More info? I'm interested...
10-18-2012 11:48 AM
Jbuse @ Almostheaven, would you recommend this mountain, you guys have good snow. is January the best time to go?
10-18-2012 11:46 AM
Jbuse yeah the lady said its 200 yards from the slopes. its a nice room with a washer and dryer and a fireplace.
10-18-2012 11:46 AM
almostheaven I work as an instructor at snowshoe in WV..if you want more info on the mtn let me know.
10-18-2012 11:42 AM
LuckyRVA Depends on the lodging. Is it on the hill? If so, yes that sounds good to me.
10-18-2012 11:38 AM
Jbuse I looked into snowshoe and its $450 for 5 days in the room and lift tickets. is that a good deal?
10-18-2012 11:28 AM
Tech420 If you hit up Killington look for hotels in Rutland. It should be much cheaper and under 15 min drive depending on where you are.
10-18-2012 09:58 AM
Argo From Fredrick, md to vail is 22 hours to drive. I just made that drive 3 weeks ago. My sister lives out there.
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