Catching the Dream

By David McCue (this post first appeared on SkiSoutheast.com) The Mountain State of West Virginia has four major alpine ski resorts and during winter storm events they often gather up most of the best snow in the Mid Atlantic; the whole region has great skiing but I have an especially soft spot for the high [...]

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A Four Season Resort

Why Timberline?

Welcome to Timberline Four Seasons Resort. We are a family owned and operated company celebrating our 30th skiing year in the Allegheny Mountains of Davis, WV, 180 miles from Washington. We have the longest trail south of Vermont — two miles long, and over 200 inches of snow last winter season. We also have the highest average vertical south of Vermont. We also have the most consistent and diverse slopes — 41 altogether — south of Vermont, including two terrain parks. Our resort features the region's best teaching area, and the best glade skiing you'll find in this part of the world; Timberline offers something phenomenal and truly different, whatever your level. We are two and a half to three hours from Northern Virginia, and one hour closer and getting closer because of Corridor H (Route # 48) construction. This which makes our location the perfect four seasons getaway for our Washington D.C. Metro, Baltimore, Richmond, Wilmington, Philadelphia, Winchester, Harrisonburg, Northern Virginia friends and homeowners.

Our international regular skiers — and the folks who enjoy our resort in all four seasons — are from as far away as Japan, Russia, Korea, India and Israel. But our customers are also as local as Pittsburgh, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Columbus, OH, Richmond and Charlotte — and, of course, West Virginia and Maryland.

If you are a beginner, you will find that our veteran ski school is hands-down the best in the region, with the best staff and teaching areas. So whether you are four or 40, beginner or advanced, this is the place to learn, and also to perfect, your skills. We have outstanding telemark racing and adaptive programs as well.