Snowshoe Mountain Townhome Rental Photos and Description
Townhome, 5 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 4.5 Baths, (Sleeps 12-16)
Enjoy Snowshoe's newest Ski in/Ski Out Townhome Community - BLACK BEAR CROSSING which has gorgeous Sunset Mountain views. This Snowshoe home is located direct slope-side and a quick stroll to the Snowshoe Mountain Village. The home sleeps up to 16 guests perfect for the multi-family getaway with one King size bed, 3 Queen beds, One Twin over Full, One Twin over Twin Bed, and two sleeper sofas. There are three levels in this home perfect for entertaining. The lower level has two it's own entry door, separate Living Room, Kitchen and Washer/Dryer. This home has everything you need for your getaway from the linens down to the silverware.
Local Amenities, Events & Activities:
Snowshoe boasts some of the best year round activities in the region. Join us for a weekend to enjoy the National Chili Cook-off where if you win, you’ll take home $10,000 and a place at the national championship. Enjoy Symphony? Then stop by in late August for the West Virginia Symphony & Orchestra Event. Other events include Blues, Brews & BBQ’s, GNCC Motor Cross and ATV Race, 4th of July Celebration, a Motorcycle Freedom Festival, Jeep Jamboree, Wine & Jazz Festival, Oktoberfest and much more.
Play golf at the Gary Player designed Raven Golf Course, voted #1 Public Access Golf Course in West Virginia for the fourth year in a row.
Activities nearby: Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Golf at Raven Golf Course, Sporting Clays, Climbing Wall, Canoeing & Kayaking Shavers Lake or the Greenbrier River, Spelunking, Fish one of the Eight Rivers (Cheat, Cherry, Cranberry, Elk, Gauley, Greenbrier, Tygart Valley, Williams) or some of the countless streams which originate in the area or just kicking back & relax.
Take a scenic ride on the Cass railroad, mountain bike, hike, fish, enjoy horseback riding, bike the Greenbrier River Trail or float the Greenbrier River. Visit the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Lost World Caverns, Falls of Hill Creek, Droop Mountain State Park, Beartown State Park, Watoga State Park and Seneca State Forest.
Nationally recognized, the Highland Scenic Highway, is a must see. Cutting across Monongahela National Forest, this 43-mile route, much of which follows Rte. 150, the highest major road in the state - provides dramatic views.