Drumroll . . . and the award for last-West-Virginia-resort-standing for the 2012/13 season goes to Snowshoe Mountain Resort. After picking up nearly two feet of snow in the final weeks of March, the conditions just aren't quitting, so the resort sees no reason to either. After originally extending their skiing and snowboarding operations to March 31, Snowshoe is proud to announce that the slopes still have plenty of snow to offer and they've further extended the season to Sunday, April 7, 2013.
"Ski resorts everywhere hope for this type of unbelievable weather pattern in January and February, let alone March," explains Dave Dekema, marketing director, Snowshoe Mountain. “This is a skier's dream. We are beyond excited to offer our guests an extra week of skiing and riding.”
Snowshoe Mountain is currently enjoying one of its best winter seasons in years, as big storms allowed the resort to open early in November and now late-season storms will allow the resort to host its longest winter in over a decade. With a fierce dedication to providing the best (and longest running) skiing and riding to visitors, it's no surprise that Snowshoe has consistently been ranked the #1 ski resort in the Mid-Atlantic by OnTheSnow readers.
Value Season daily ticket prices are in effect, with lift rates starting at just $59 for full-day Adults. Season Passes are now available for the 2013-14 ski season starting at just $299 for the Unlimited Pass. Current prices will remain in effect until Sept. 2, 2013.
More information at: snowshoemtn.com