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Thursday, January 13, 2011; 12:45 PM

GETTING THERE

Snowshoe, W. Va., is about 235 miles from Washington. Take I-66 west to I-81 south to WV-55 east to WV-28 south to WV-66 west.

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STAYING THERE

Snowshoe Ski Resort

10 Snowshoe Dr.

877-441-4386

www.snowshoemtn.com

A variety of accommodations across 32 complexes, from condo rentals to lodges to the Inn at Snowshoe at the base of the mountain. Rates from $122.

EATING THERE

Junction Restaurant

Village at Snowshoe

304-572-5800

www.snowshoemtn.com

Classic American fare in a traditional setting with memorabilia from the nearby Cass Scenic Railroad. Entrees start at $14.

Foxfire Grill

Village at Snowshoe

304-572-5555

www.foxfiregrille.com

Barbecue restaurant in the heart of the village. Entrees from $13.

PLAYING THERE

Snowcat and Snowmobile Tours

Outdoor Adventure Village Outpost

304-572-5982

www.snowshoemtn.com

Nighttime snowcat tours of the slopes run every hour from 5:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Tickets $19 to $55, depending on day of the week, time of year and seat in the snowcat.

Backcountry Family Snowmobile Tours depart at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. Rates $39 to $119, depending on day, time of year and whether you are a driver or a passenger.

Snow-making seminar

The Depot at the Village at Snowshoe

Dave Huber, director of mountain operations, speaks about snow-making and grooming most Saturdays at 5 p.m.

INFORMATION

www.snowshoemtn.com


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