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Timberline Four Seasons Resort Reviews

Skier & Snowboarder-Submitted Reviews for Timberline Four Seasons

Planning a ski trip to Timberline Four Seasons? Browse our collection of visitor-generated reviews that rank the mountain and ski town on a scale of one to five stars in the following categories: Overall Rating, All-Mountain Terrain, Nightlife, Terrain Park and Family Friendly. See how Timberline Four Seasons stacks up to others in terms of skiing and après, and read up on pros, cons and comments from fellow skiers and snowboarders. Don't forget to submit your own Timberline Four Seasons review! Scroll to the bottom of this page to let other travelers know about your ski area experience.
  • 3.5

A ski resort's overall star rating displayed here is not calculated based on a simple average but takes several factors, including the age of a review, into account.

  • Beginner
  • 3.7
  • Intermediate
  • 3.8
  • Expert
  • 3.1
  • All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 3.3
  • Family Friendly
  • 3.7
  • Aprés Ski
  • 2.4
  • Terrain Park
  • 2.5
  • Overall Value
  • 3.9

Helpful Highlights:

Current Status (March 7, 2016): I just came back from skiing Timberline and conditions were terrific spring skiing. The slopes were crunchy first in the m...

  • 3.5

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  • kyle ( 1st February 2010)

    a lot of what other people have written holds true. getting there is beautiful and not the easiest. the lodge is rustic. the staff needs to better identifia...

  • SkiBadger (15th January 2010)

    In comparison to many of the other Mid-Atlantic ski resorts, Timberline is both a culture and skiing shock. First off, the drive to Timberline and the Canaa...

  • Dave O ( 6th January 2010)

    My son and I (and several from my Cub Scout Pack) went to Timberline the weekend of Dec 18-20. They have early/late season Scout deals. We had been 4 times ...

  • rotateclockwise ( 6th November 2009)

    Timberline is commercialized when compared to its competitor Canaan Valley and a bit more expensive. Fortunately both resorts have teamed up together to all...

  • anonymous_user ( 5th March 2008)

    I'm a from Florida so any ski trip requires a lot of travel. Truth is I have never skiied east before my February trip to Timberline, this was a second trip...

  • anonymous_user (26th February 2008)

    The skiing at Timberline is great, but NOT for groups and not for beginner beginners. The beginner slope is 2 miles long. Can you imagine being up at the ...

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