Snowshoe Lodging Is in the Heart of the Monongahela National Forest
The Monongahela National Forest is situated in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia, close to many Snowshoe lodging choices. It covers an area of 910,155 acres and is the home of West Virginia’s highest mountain peak, Spruce Knob. When you stay in Snowshoe Mountain rentals, you can enjoy all the beauty the area has to offer.
Snowshoe Lodging Is a Great Base from Which to Enjoy an Action-packed Holiday
All Snowshoe mountain rentals are ideally situated to enjoy all that is on offer during both the winter and summer. In addition to the usual snow sports of winter, you can also enjoy a great six-story tubing park and an after-dark snowcat tour which is great for the kids. Summer delights near Snowshoe vacation rentals must include off-road dune buggying, hunting and even hiking.
Snowshoe Mountain Rentals for Long Weekend Breaks
As you will be driving to Snowshoe vacation rentals, why not take in a scenic drive before arriving? The Highland Scenic Highway is a wonderful trail forged through the Monogahela National Forest. It is just nine miles south of most Snowshoe lodging and the spectacular views are well worth the leisurely pace demanded. Take a break and explore some of the trails and scenic lookout points on offer before you settle into your Snowshoe vacation rentals.
Snowshoe Vacation Rentals Are Close to Seneca Rocks
Seneca Rocks are reputed to be one of the most spectacular rock formations in the whole of the United States. Snowshoe mountain rentals provide the perfect base from which to explore this area. You can spend the day here relaxing with a picnic next to the beautiful Blackwater Falls before you and your family gently canoe or kayak down the Gauley and New Rivers.
Increase your search options for West Virginia vacation rentals checking out additional vacation properties: Berkeley Springs rentals, lodging in Canaan Valley, or Pipestem house rentals.
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