Snowshoe Mountain has so many options available for diners, shoppers and those looking for sightseeing and attractions, you might have a hard time carving out the hours to ski and snowboard! With a tubing park, terrain park and a variety of beginner trails available, it's a great family resort. But there are also plenty of things to keep adults entertained when everyone isn't on the slopes, the rails or the lifts.
A variety of dining options await you at Snowshoe Mountain. There's a restaurant serving breakfast and lunch daily, as well as hot and adult beverages. And a bar and grill offering breakfast and dinner fare, and a huge variety of other restaurants and pubs offers meals from breakfast to dinner, as well as nighttime snacks and après-ski. There's an at-mountain great memorabilia and souvenir shop, but there are ski shops, spas, salons, adventure centers, clothing stores and more available for shopping fun.
Don't miss the Highland Scenic Highway when you're in the Snowshoe area, as well as the NRAO, which is the world's largest, steerable radio telescope. Cranberry glades and scenic railroads in the area are also fun for families.
There are plenty of restaurants and bars for après-ski and nightlife at the mountain. With fun things like wing nights, pool tables, big screen TVs and slopeside nightclubs with live bands and DJs are available to help round out your ski experience at Snowshoe. There's a great place for wine tasting and sampling, fine aperitifs and a large variety of different liquors, beers and cocktails. In addition to pubs and sports bars, the lodge also features a comedy club where you sit back, relax and laugh with touring comedians of the highest caliber. Ski bars, karaoke, dart and pool tournaments and après-ski for the quieter crowd with hot coffees and teas are all available at the variety of pubs, clubs and lounges at Snowshoe Mountain Resort.
With a Tuscan spa and salon right at Snowshoe Mountain and over 40% beginner and easy trails, this ski resort is perfect for families made up of beginning skiers and advanced, and members who want to go and get a massage or a facial to help them relax after hitting the slopes. The many options for après-ski and nightlife activities help make Snowshoe Mountain Resort the ideal resort for any snow sports fan.
Snowshoe Mountain, with its 180 inches of annual snowfall and 1,500 foot vertical drop, is a great mountain for expert skiers, but there are many trails just for beginners. Over 40% of the trails area considered easier, with the longest run coming in at 1.5 miles. The 14 lifts make sure you’re not spending your vacation standing in line, while 12 slopes are lit up for night skiing.
Snowshoe Mountain Resort features a Mountaineer Terrain Park that’s full of rails, boxes and kickers. The terrain park is located in the Silver Creek area of the resort. There’s also a 300-foot half-pipe to offer challenges, as well as the Coca-Cola tubing park. With the resorts emphases on beginner and inexperienced skier, the terrain park is no exception with many features that are designed for children and snowboarders of limited experience. This makes Snowshoe Mountain a great place for learning because the pressure that some popular ski resorts put on the snowboarders is off.
The Coca-Cola Tubing Park offers 5 lanes of snow tubing that drops slowing down 6 stories for maximum snow tubing fun. A handle tow drags tubers back to the top to do it again. The Big Top is a new activity center with arcade games, billiards and indoor games both for kids and adults to enjoy. Split Rock Pools with heated water, slides, dumping whiskey barrels and a hot tub and sauna as well, it’s a great place for families.
Right at the resort are two of the most popular après-ski and nighttime gathering spots at Snowshoe Mountain. There’s a classy place for things like wine and fine cocktails, live bands and DJ action. There’s a great train-themed restaurant and meeting place after sliding on the slopes. There are over a dozen après-ski destinations and nighttime clubs with music, dancing, sports on big screen televisions and more, all at Snowshoe Mountain Resort.