Ski weekend with the family pet?
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TuFeathers
November 4, 2009
Member since 11/3/2009 🔗
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I am planning on taking the family on an extended ski weekend in Jan some time and I want to take the pooch along with us (Mom doesn't ski and will hang with the dog, read and relax). Any advice from on where we should go and whether we have any chance of finding a "dog friendly" place to stay? BTW our dog is a little guy (Pug) and is perfectly house broken.

Thanks in advance...

-GH
lbotta - DCSki Supporter
November 4, 2009
Member since 10/18/1999 🔗
1,527 posts
There are several places in Snowshoe. Don't bother with the Snowshoe Rental Program, though. They won't even think about pets. www.snowshoevacationrentals.com is a good start. If you do a search and check the "allows pets" you will see 17 different rentals. The old Misty Mountain, now Mountain Valley Properties, http://snowshoerentals.com/ has 5 rentals, including one at Whistlepunk.

Rentals that are pet friendly are catching on. Before my "son" passed on, I had taken him to Stowe, Tremblant, and was thinking of Whistler. Snowshoe's management is still in the Middle Ages when it comes to customer service in their food and lodging, so you need to look for a non-Intrawest vendor.

Canaan Valley has several too. http://www.homeaway.com/search/refined/west-virginia/canaan-valley/region:8309/Suitability:pets+considered
Edgar3
November 5, 2009
Member since 05/29/2007 🔗
149 posts
The best option is to go with a pet friendly private vacation house. The Vacation Rental sites have pet friendly category listings in practically any area you are looking to go. The main ones are Homeaway.com. VacationRentals.com and VRBO.com
yellowsnow
November 5, 2009
Member since 12/15/2005 🔗
268 posts
For Canaan Valley and Timberline, there is an excellent search feature here: http://www.t4sr.com/
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