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Whether you are visiting in the winter and take on skiing and snowboarding, mountain biking in the spring and autumn or hiking in the summer - the mountains are calling your name! So pack your gear and get away from it at all! Enjoy the mountains during all four seasons!... more
In the heart of Canaan Valley, these Timberline Four Seasons rentals put you in a perfect spot to ski, hike, and sightsee the rugged mountains of West Virginia. Not as skilled on skis? Snowboarding can come more naturally to some people! Or, you can try a scenic chair ride over the romantic canopy of fall foliage and still see the mountains from... more
Brave travelers venture to the Allegheny trails any time of year, but weather on the plateau can be severe. Find popular mountain trails along FS 7f running along the high country on the Eastern edge of the Wilderness. By winter the backcountry is "drift shut" but you may be able to negotiate with Mother Nature by snow shoes! Ski resorts are the... more
Winter puts on its best coat for you where the mountain peaks are blessed with northern exposure and the perfect winter climate brings early season snow! Avid travelers become skiers, snowboarders, and snow tubers just in time to share the outdoor winter enthusiasm of this West Virginia valley! Timberline Herzwoods and Northwoods Resort offers a... more
The majestic mountain peaks of Canaan Valley and Timberline Resort create the background for both a tranquil and exciting vacation. At Black Bear Resort, you can breathe in the fresh air and let all your worries fade away. Explore the area on a hike or biking trip, or just enjoy the views from your private accommodation.... more
The Canaan Valley mountains of West Virginia outside your Timberland rental window are a downhill skier's dream come true. But if you're not so adept on these winter instruments, try snowshoes or pick another season to witness a little trail system splendor. Approximately 16,000 acres of Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge are open to explore!... more