Ski Areas in Virginia
Massanutten Resort is located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley.
With a wide range of trails covering 70 skiable acres and a vertical drop of 1,100 feet, this four-season mountain resort offers lots of variety for every level of skier.
Massanutten welcomes snowboarders and skiers. Massanutten has two terrain parks, featuring rails, boxes, and jumps. Rentals and lessons are available.
To make skiing more convenient, all slopes are lit for night skiing.
This is a family-oriented…
The Homestead was the South's first ski destination.
The ski area is a great place for family gatherings. It offers nine runs over 45 acres for skiing and snowboarding enjoyment, complete snowmaking capabilities, Olympic-size skating rink, full rental and equipment sales, a fireside lodge and a staff of professional European ski and skate instructors for individual and group clinics.
Snowboarders will enjoy Homestead's Snowboard Park and half-pipe built just for them. The 260 feet above…
Bryce Resort is located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley.
Bryce is a great place to learn to ski or snowboard. First-time adult skier packages are available through Bryce's PSIA-certified Ski School.
For children between the ages of 4 and 8, the SKIwee Children's School offers daily fun with instruction, games and activities designed to catch their attention.
NASTAR racing is available on weekends and holidays. Bryce has developed a special racing program which is aimed toward…
Wintergreen Ski Resort is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, 43 miles southwest of Charlottesville, Va.
A Winter Wonderland at Wintergreen
Armed with one of the most sophisticated snowmaking systems, Wintergreen is headquarters for SNOWPOWER this winter. The resort’s improved high-tech equipment and new 5 million gallon water tank will allow the resort to open more trails sooner. This translates to MORE FUN!
The fun begins early December and continues through March. First on the…