Snowshoe WV | Mountaintop Condos – Rent With Us & Save!

Snowshoe WV Mountain Lodge WiFiMountaintop Condos features 1, 2 and 3 bedroom condos located at the top of Snowshoe WV - only a short walk to Snowshoe Village, shops, restaurants, lifts, and - of course - the slopes! Our units are privately-owned and rented, which means you save money! 

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Rent a Condo

We have 18 condos to choose from: twelve 1-bedroom units, five 2-bedroom units (one w/ fireplace), and one 3-bedroom unit. Our Snowshoe WV condos are a short walk to The Village, shops, restaurants, and the slopes! Most of our units are located in Mountain Lodge, but we also have a 1BR unit in Shamrock.

Last-Minute Deals

Love to save a buck? Do you have a flexible schedule that allows you to visit Snowshoe at a moment's notice? Then we just might have a deal for you! Check out our Last-Minute Snowshoe Deals, where we offer deals on all of our condos. Deals are usually available within a week of arrival.

Snowshoe Mtn 

Located at 4,848 feet, Snowshoe West Virginia receives an average of 180 inches of natural snowfall each year. This WV mountain resort features 57 trails among three different ski areas (Snowshoe Basin, Western Territory, and Silver Creek) - each area having 100% snow-making capabilities.

Travel Insurance

Worried about a lack of snow during your upcoming visit to Snowshoe? Maybe a family member gets sick days before you are supposed to head to the slopes? Recently lost your job and now you can't afford that vacation you've been planning for months? Ski Trip Preserver covers this and more!

Equipment Rentals

We've teamed up with the Ski Barn and Snowcreek Mountain Sports to offer 15% off equipment rentals. Click here to reserve your equipment online and use code MTNTOP47104 at checkout. Coupon is valid at both SnowCreek Mountain Sports and Ski Barn.

Property Owners

Own a rental property at Snowshoe? Have you been disappointed with its performance on other rental programs? Maybe you tried to manage it yourself but just didn't have any luck? These are precisely the reasons why we decided to offer our expertise to fellow owners such as yourself.

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Snowshoe Mountain

Snowshoe Mountain – The Mid-Atlantic’s Largest Winter Resort

By on December 7, 2017

Snowshoe MountainWith the 2017-18 winter season practically upon us, winter sports enthusiasts are no doubt busily preparing their equipment and making plans to head for their favorite slopes. To most people, the term 'winter sports' brings to mind locales such as the Colorado Rockies, Utah, Northern California, or various other ski resort areas generally associated with the western United States. Others may think of such notable European winter sports regions like the Swiss Alps, northern Italy, Norway, Austria and Switzerland. However, one of the fastest-growing and increasingly well-regarded winter sports locations in the eastern U.S. is beautiful Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia.

History of Snowshoe Mountain

Situated in the picturesque Allegheny Mountains chain of the ancient Appalachian Range, Snowshoe is located in West Virginia's Pocahontas County in the small village of Snowshoe, near the towns of Elkins and Lewisburg. Now in its 43rd consecutive year of operation (opened in 1974), Snowshoe Mountain had previously been the site of extensive logging activity for over half-a-century. Snowshoe MountainA successful ski resort developer, 'Doc' Brigham, took notice of Snowshoe's unlimited potential, and although it took several years before his ambitious vision began to fulfill the promise he had hoped for, he was ultimately rewarded as Snowshoe Mountain soon became one of the East Coast's most popular winter sport destinations. During the 1990s, Snowshoe underwent several expansion upgrades and improvements, most notably the development of a surrounding village that included condominiums and other commercial ventures as well as new ownership.

Snowshoe Mountain - An Island in The Sky

Snowshoe MountainSnowshoe Mountain varies in elevation from between roughly 3,300 to 4,850 feet above sea level and offers skiers 244 acres of skiable terrain that features every imaginable skill level from the inexperienced novice beginner to the extremely challenging veteran. Snowshoe also provides night skiing in its Silver Creek area, and with 14 professionally staffed chairlifts that are capable of transporting more than 23,000 skiers an hour, annoying waiting time is virtually nonexistent. Snowshoe's winter climate (average January temperature is 28° F.) provides absolutely near-perfect conditions for winter sports, receiving an average of 180 inches of annual snowfall, and even in the nearly unheard of occasion of a 'snow drought,' the resort has 100% snow-making capability, ensuring plenty of white powder for their visitors to enjoy.

Plenty of FUN at Snowshoe Mountain!

With 60 ski runs (the longest a thrilling mile-and-a-half), Snowshoe offers not only a unique skiing adventure guaranteed to satisfy the most demanding of enthusiast, the surrounding mountain scenery is of the breathtaking variety that is certain to please visitors who have an appreciation for unmatched sightseeing opportunities. Snowshoe MountainIn addition to Snowshoe's world-class skiing, the resort also provides snowboarding, tubing, snow-cat tours, horseback riding, sleigh rides, nature hikes, and even offers in-season lessons in a variety of activities, whether you're a beginner, intermediate or an advanced winter sports fanatic. Younger visitors, as well as the entire family, will find nearly endless fun-filled activities (bounce houses, wall climbing, inflatable slides, zip-lines, etc) at The Big Top, a multipurpose facility that also hosts top-flight comedy and musical entertainment, movies and special events.

The Village at Snowshoe Mountain

Snowshoe MountainAt the quaint and charming Village at Snowshoe Mountain, visitors will find more than ample options when it comes to dining and shopping among the many retail outlets and wide variety of cafes, diners and restaurants, ranging from cozy home style to fine upscale cuisine. Lodging at Snowshoe Mountain is also top-rate and plentiful, whether your stay is for a day, overnight, a weekend or for an extended period. The many locally-operated inns and lodges are devoted to the comfort and enjoyment of their clientele, and for the adventurous visitors, Snowshoe-area cabin rental services feature numerous options, amenities and reasonable rates along with the not soon-to-be-forgotten experience of rustic living. Within a short to medium drive from most East Coast metropolitan areas, Snowshoe Mountain is easily accessible, full of family activities and 100% ready to provide winter sports enthusiasts with a guaranteed satisfying adventure that will seem to not last nearly long enough.

Snowshoe Resort – West Virginia’s Island In The Sky

By on December 5, 2017

At 4,848 feet in height and offering more than 240 acres of pristine Allegheny peaks, Snowshoe Resort towers above the beautiful West Virginia countryside. A wealth of incredible outdoor activities can be enjoyed here throughout the year. During the summer,

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Top 5 Snowshoe Webcam Views

By on December 1, 2017

Snowshoe Mountain is a peak in West Virginia that reaches over 4,800 feet. It is one of the snowiest locations in the mid-Atlantic. In fact, the peak receives more than 160 inches of snowfall per year. While the peak is popular

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The Top Three West Virginia Ski Resorts

By on November 27, 2017

The Top Three West Virginia Ski Resorts West Virginia boasts some of of the best getaway spots in the country, each offering a smorgasbord of snow-packed fun to keep you and your fellow travelers entertained for the duration of your

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Snowshoe WV Announces 2018 Opening Day

By on November 21, 2017

Snowshoe WV - Excitement is in the air as the Snowshoe Mountain Resort draws closer to opening day. Ski fans everywhere are anticipating the activities scheduled to start on November 24th. This is an incredible time to plan your Snowshoe

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Top 5 Things To Do at Snowshoe Ski Resort

By on November 12, 2017

Are you wanting to get out of the house this winter and have some fun? Willing to try something new or have a fun, family day? Or are you looking to just hang out with friends and enjoy the winter

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Roadkill Cookoff Returns To Snowshoe WV

By on September 26, 2017

The next time you pass some good roadkill near Snowshoe West Virginia, don’t just think “dinner.” Think “Winner.” It's time for the West Virginia Roadkill Cookoff! Featured on the Food Network, the Travel Channel, and the Discovery Channel, the annual

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Fall Fun in Snowshoe WV

By on September 20, 2017

Snowshoe Mountain, in Snowshoe WV, may best be known across the country for being a premier winter wonderland - offering skiing and snowboarding as major activities during that season. The winter operations typically run from late November to mid-March. From

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Freefall Festival Returns To Snowshoe WV

By on August 22, 2017

If you have no plans for Labor Day weekend (2017) this year and you're traveling in the West Virginia area, you should consider coming to visit Snowshoe Mountain, a ski resort located in Snowshoe WV. But the reason to come here on

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Highland Scenic Highway is Unspoiled Nature

By on July 28, 2017

If the beauty of unspoiled nature is your passion than the Highland Scenic Highway near Snowshoe WV is for you. The Highland Scenic Highway is entirely surrounded by the 19,000-acre Monongahela National Forest. It is 43 miles of natural beauty. This quiet two-lane highway is not

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Cass Scenic Railroad – A West Virginia Treasure

By on July 24, 2017

Cass, West Virginia is a quaint little town that is only a ten minute drive from Snowshoe WV. Although this region is best known for it's winter time skiing, the warmer months have much to offer the visiting tourist. Originally a