Timberline Four Seasons Resort - Skiing & Snowboarding

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Timberline is classic ski destination with some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the region.

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Allison Pugh


2.0 miles

The longest run, Salamander, is 2 miles.

Destination Distance From Downtown

127.3 miles


3 of 5 diamonds

There are 41 trails that range from easy greens to extremely challenging double black diamond runs, as well as more than 30 acres of glades.

Time To Complete

2 hours

The majority of the mountain's trails can be explored in a weekend, but you can also go out for just a few hours and have a great time.



Late January through February usually has the best snowfall.

Dog Friendly


Fees Permits


See website for lift ticket pricing.



Timberline Four Seasons Resort is in the scenic high mountains of Tucker County, WV, where the mountain slopes reach elevations of more than 4,200 feet, and the average snowfall reaches more than 180 inches. The resort was voted the “Favorite Ski Area” in the region 5 years in a row, and boasts a 1000-foot vertical run with trails for everyone from beginner to expert. The longest trail on the mountain, the 2-mile Salamander, has the highest average vertical south of Vermont, and gives skiers access to the Dolly Sods Wilderness area. Timberline is also widely recognized as the mecca for telemark skiing in the region.

What Makes It Great

The runs at Timberline Four Seasons Resort will test your limits and challenge even the most experienced skiers. You can test your skills on 2 extremely difficult double-black diamond runs that have some of the steepest and most advanced terrain in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. Or, try your hand on single black diamonds like White Lightning, which are some of the longest and most consistent in the region. If you are looking for something a bit more mellow, Timberline’s blue runs include Almost Heaven, Dew Drop, and Twister, a 1.5-mile run that winds through 2 ski tunnels and gives you spectacular views of nearby Canaan Valley Resort State Park. The longest trail is the 2-mile beginner run, Salamander, which has the highest average vertical south of Vermont.

The mountain resort offers 4 lifts (2 triple chairs, 1 double life, and 1 surface lift) and 41 trails divided among easy, intermediate, and expert terrain. You can also check out night skiing Fridays and Saturdays during the regular season, as well as some of the best tree skiing on the East Coast.

Who is Going to Love It

Timberline is the perfect getaway destination for families and groups—the even distribution of easy to expert trails allows experienced skiers to enjoy a weekend getaway with beginner friends, without sacrificing the need for a challenging run. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing weekend getaway in the mountains or a few days of difficult skiing to hone your skills, Timberline is the place to be. If the mountain slopes aren’t enough to hold you, you’ll find plenty of outdoor recreation and small, local shopping throughout Tucker County.

Directions, Parking, & Regulations

While Timberline Four Seasons Resort’s address is 254 Four Seasons Dr. in Davis, WV, the resort is actually located in Canaan Valley just a few miles north of Davis. Parking is available at the resort.

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Timberline Four Seasons Resort

Timberline Road
Davis, West Virginia, 26260
39.037871, -79.418434

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