TIMBERLINE, West Virginia         

 Best Kept Secret! "Skiers Mountain"

 Skiing, Snowboarding, Night skiing


Timberline Resort is located high up along the higher range of the Alleghany Mountains in West Virginia. With its 4268-foot summit, you are sure to find beautiful snow and fantastic views of the valley floor and surroundings.

Timberline is well known for its wide slopes and varied terrain, but it is also home to the southeast’s longest ski slope – Salamander – an easy two-mile green trail winding down the mountain.

Intermediate skiers will find wide blue ski trails with crazy vista points that will provide great photo opportunities.

Adventurous and advanced skiers will really enjoy the laid-back mountain attitude and dedicated tree skiing (more than 5 glades are open when conditions allow).

All of Timberline’s main slopes offer a 1000-foot vertical drop.

Projected Days Open: 115
Year Open: 1982
Avg. Snowfall: 150″

Top Elevation: 4268 ft
Bottom Elevation: 3268 ft
Vertical Drop: 1000 ft
Longest Run: 2.00 mi
# of Slopes/Trails: 40 (5 Dedicated Glades)
# of Lifts: 4 (2 Triples, 1 Double, 1 Surface Rope Tow)
Lift Capacity: 4000 hr
Skiable Area: 91 acres
Snow Making: 92%

Trail Difficulty Breakdown:
Easiest: 34%
More Difficult: 32%
Most Difficult/Expert: 34%