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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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!

roadkill cookoffFeatured on the Food Network, the Travel Channel, and the Discovery Channel, the annual Snowshoe WV Roadkill Cookoff is a unique culinary event that is returning to the Snowshoe Mountain area once again for 2017. In the Cook-off, amateur chefs from all over the country compete to prepare a dish in which the key ingredient is “any animal commonly found dead on the side of the road.” For mainstream roadkill aficionados, this could include deer, rabbit, and turkey. Edgy and innovative chefs might offer exotic dishes such as groundhog, opossum, squirrel, snake, and crow prepared with curry, sriracha, chipotle, or other spices to complement the bold flavors of the meat. In case you were wondering, none of it tastes like chicken.

Starting on September 29, the annual Autumn Harvest Festival and West Virginia Roadkill Cookoff at Snowshoe Mountain should be a popular destination for both locals and tourists, with up to 10,000 people expected to attend each day through the 30th. If you are not competing in the Roadkill Cook-off, bring a good appetite, purchase a taster’s wristband, and get ready to sample the entries starting at 10:30 a.m. Be sure to put in your bid for the $150 People’s Choice prize to be awarded to the best-tasting and most attractively presented roadkill dishes.

This isn’t your grandma’s roadkill casserole. Expect to find solid hometown classics such as squirrel gravy over biscuits, but prize-winning entries of previous Snowshoe WV Roadkill Cookoff have been creative, including Chinese “Chef Boar-R-D” Noodles, Smashed "Pota-doe" Patties, or “I Wanna Iguana Nachos.” For the linen-napkin crowd, the Roadkill Cook-off competition has featured such dishes as “Venison from Venice,” a braised venison with lightly sauteed portobello mushrooms, toasted pecans, lime-infused rice, and cilantro pesto.

roadkill cookoffThinking about competing in the Roadkill Cookoff yourself or with a team? If you’ve ever passed a bear carcass in the woods and thought, “I bet this would go so well with a teriyaki glaze,” or come up with some tastily innovative solutions to the problem of the rabbits in your garden, the Snowshoe West Virginia Roadkill Cookoff might be the contest you’ve been waiting to join. Entry is free and the complete contest rules are available online. The top cash prize is worth $1200, and all participating teams not otherwise receiving an award will get $100. Don't you think you should try? Anyone can make chicken. It takes a true adventurer to eat crow.

In evaluating your entry for the Roadkill Cook-off, the judges are looking for are taste, originality, presentation, and showmanship. 25% of the dish must be wild game, and, depending on the original location of the food, points may be deducted for asphalt or gravel. Luckily, all judges, the rules warn us, “have been tested for cast-iron stomachs.” Thankfully, they also have “sworn under oath to have no vegetarian tendencies,” since very few blocks of tofu are killed by passing cars. Make no mistake: The Roadkill Cook-off is definitely a festival for people who appreciate the value of good, hearty meat.

The Autumn Harvest Festival and West Virginia Roadkill Cookoff is a great event to take in West Virginia’s unique blend of humor, rock-hard hometown toughness, and enthusiastic celebration of all that the beautiful fall season in this state has to offer. Come on over to Snowshoe Mountain for some one-of-a-kind arts and crafts, some outstanding local bands, and above all, this unique and unforgettable taste experience this September 29-30, 2017.
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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

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Treasure on the Mountain Returns to Snowshoe WV

By on July 24, 2017

Imagine a place where the beauty of the outdoors meets a vibrant mountain community. Look no further than Snowshoe Mountain Resort in Snowshoe WV. Snowshoe Mountain Resort is "the" destination for adventurers during both summer and winter! Skiing and snowboarding

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Top 5 Snowshoe Webcam Views

By on July 23, 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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Adventure Awaits at Camp Wildcat in Snowshoe WV

By on July 20, 2017

Set in the midst of 11,000 pristine acres of wilderness, Snowshoe WV is famous as one of the region's top spots for skiing, snowboarding and other winter sports and activities. However, the truth is that Snowshoe Mountain Resort offers up

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The Top Three West Virginia Ski Resorts

By on July 19, 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