Winter Adventures in Southern West Virginia
Southern West Virginia is truly a four-season destination. And whether you’re an adventure enthusiast or seeking a tranquil retreat, there are many ways to enjoy the winter weather. Go for a hike and admire the frozen waterfalls and glistening cliffs along the way, hit the slopes at West Virginia’s most accessible ski resort — Winterplace Ski Resort, or watch the snow fall while staying warm in a cozy, mountainside cabin.
From outdoor activities and family fun to shopping and dining, make the most of your wintertime getaway to Southern West Virginia by requesting a free travel guide below.
Winterplace Ski Resort, conveniently located right off I-77 in Ghent, has over 90 acres of skiable land, which includes 27 trails of varying levels of difficulty, and a terrain park. Enjoy the wide range of options that come with the territory. The resort offers night skiing on 26 of its 27 trails. Winterplace also has the longest tubing park in the state with up to 14 lanes of snow tubing fun. Request a Winterplace Ski Resort Brochure below to learn more.
In partnership with the West Virginia Department of Tourism.