Timberline Resort

Timberline Four Seasons 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. Bask in the rays of the lodge deck, enjoying apre' ski drinks and appetizers after a long day on the hill.

Timberline is best known for its ski season, which produces and average of 180 inches of snow a year. 1,000 ft. slopes and varied terrain are what you will find, but it is also home to the southeast’s longest ski slope – Salamander – a two-mile beginner 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).

From Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day the scenic chair lift (weekends and holidays only) is the best way up and down Herz Mountain in the summer. For a far larger thrill, downhill mountain biking on purpose built single track trails.