Anyone know of 1 night accomodations at Snowshoe?
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GaryEsq
January 12, 2007
Member since 12/20/2005 🔗
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I may have to stay over 1 night at Snowshoe March 1 and 2 for my AASI level 1 snowboarding exam. I need something cheep, just a place to crash really. Anyone know of anything I should consider, I am not familiar with the area...never been there.

Thanks!
The Colonel - DCSki Supporter
January 12, 2007
Member since 03/5/2004 🔗
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Since March 1 is midweek you probably could get a room at the Inn at Snowshoe at the bottom of the mountain. Available through the Snowshoe web site.
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Ullr
January 12, 2007
Member since 11/27/2004 🔗
531 posts
Yes the Inn most likely will be the cheapest you will find. About $110/night.
Taylormatt
January 13, 2007
Member since 12/3/2004 🔗
339 posts
Call Snowshoe reservations center. They gave me a PSIA/AASI discount last year for an L2 exam at the Inn for $59 a night. You have to call and ask for it. It's at the base and you have to drive 6 miles to the village each day, but it's cheap.
skier219
January 14, 2007
Member since 01/8/2005 🔗
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I stay at the Red Carpet Inn in Bartow WV on occasion. It's about 40 minutes from Snowshoe. Only $55 a night when I was there last year. I prefer to stay on-mountain when possible, but in some situations it makes sense to stay in Bartow. For instance, if I ski Wintergreen one day, drive to Bartow that night, and ski Snowshoe the next day. Bartow is at the intersection of routes 28/92 and 250, right on my usual route to Snowshoe.

In the past I have stayed at the Inn at SS, but in recent years their rates were not good for one person and a one night stay. I would have had to pay for double occupancy with lift tickets. That led me to discover the Red Carpet Inn for those one-person/one-night situations.
hoyadrew
January 14, 2007
Member since 12/19/2005 🔗
147 posts
Cass Railroad State Park...like 20-5ish minutes away from Snowshoe has historical cottages available for pretty cheap. I've stayed there when I was skiing at snowshoe with vouchers to avoid paying a premium for lodging...I know you'll be alone, but the rates are pretty low. www.cassrailroad.com
GaryEsq
January 14, 2007
Member since 12/20/2005 🔗
54 posts
Thanks much for the suggestions!
SCWVA
January 15, 2007
Member since 07/13/2004 🔗
1,051 posts
I'd try Elk River Touring Center. It's probably 10 minutes from the base of SS. They have all sorts of accomodations, including rooms with just a bed and a common hall bathroom. All the rooms were very reasonable in price. They also have a pub, resturant, XC skiing, and a snowboard shop.

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