Laura Parquette sent this nice shot from atop Snowshoe Mountain’s 4848′ elevations of the Ballhooter lift after 9″ of snow fell since Saturday morning. Snowshoe opens Wednesday.
Temperatures should start dropping again soon allowing West Virginia snowmakers to get the guns going again in preperation for the upcoming season.
This is what it looked like at the top of Snowshoe Mountain on Saturday, February 20, 2010. Parts of West Virginia has received over seven-feet of snow in February.
The powder conditions continue at every ski resort in West Virginia. This photo taken from the Ballhooter Lift at Snowshoe on Saturday, February 13.
This is what two feet of natural snow looks like on the slopes at Snowshoe Mountain Resort.
Plenty of fresh snow for Snowshoe Mountain’s opening day on Saturday, December 5. All of West Virginia’s resorts are expected to be open for the upcoming weekend for skiing and snowboarding.
This photo from Canaan Valley on 11.29.09 shows that West Virginia ski resorts are preparing to open for the 2009/2010 season. Cold temperatures are in the forecast for the upcoming weekend.
Over a foot a snow has fallen in the mountains of West Virginia this week, creating awesome slope and back country conditions. Here a cross-country skier at White Grass Touring Center in Tucker County enjoys the fresh powder on the back country trails. The picture was taken 2.24.09.
Plenty of snow to have fun in throughout the mountains of West Virginia right now. This is what it looked like at Whitegrass Touring Center in Canaan Valley on 1.26.09.
This picture taken January 19 at Canaan Valley Resort. Get conditions can be found at all of West Virginia Ski Resorts right now, don’t miss out.
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