8 Best Apres Ski Activities at Snowshoe Mountain

By Penny Fox

8 Best Apres Ski Activities at Snowshoe Mountain

The aptly named Snowshoe Mountain provides its visitors with some of the best winter fun in West Virginia. With some of the best terrain for winter activities in the mid-Atlantic area, there are 18 trails and six lifts to explore. After hitting all of the trails you’re going to work up a hearty appetite, maybe a craving for a stiff drink, or you might still have the bug for more adventure. Whatever you prefer, here are some of the best apres ski activities around Snowshoe Mountain. 

Coca-Cola Tube Park

You’ve never been tubing until fly down one of the eight lanes available at this exciting six-story hill. Tickets on the main tubing hill are good for two hours of non-stop fun for anyone over age three, and there’s a special smaller hill for tubers under three.  

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Split Rock Pool

Made with people of all ages in mind, you’ll have a ball at this indoor/outdoor heated pool. There’s a sauna and hot tub available for those who literally want to sit and soak, but if you crave more adventure, you can master the elements as you fly down the indoor/outdoor slide. Admission is free for guests who booked their lodging though Snowshoe Central Reservations, and only $15 for others. 

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The Spa at Snowshoe

This spa is a great way to relax after a day of skiing on the mountain. The stress on your tired muscles will melt away with any of the special body treatments, facials, or ultimate massages designed to put you in a heavenly state of mind in the Almost Heaven state. 

The Woods Escape Room

Escape to a different reality in the Woods Escape Room, one of the most intense escape rooms in the area. You and your group will be locked in a remote mountain cabin trying to unlock the mystery of monsters that lurk in the strange and mysterious woods surrounding it. Will you be able to solve the mystery before time runs out? 

Shop till you drop in Snowshoe Village

Signatures of Snowshoe is just one of the many stores in the village where you can buy anything you forgot to bring, grab a gift to take home, or pick up a unique souvenir in memory of your trip. Toys, clothing, glassware, cards, and more.

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Old Spruce Tavern, Snowshoe, WV

If you’re looking for a bar, Old Spruce has you covered. With a tavern, a draft house, and a brewery in the works, you’ll be in hops heaven! If you’re looking for strictly beers, the draft house serves up 12 different craft beers on tap, as well as 32-ounce growlers if you choose to take some home. The tavern also offers the best beer selection–over 50 bottled/canned brews—as well as a menu full of homemade soups, hearty salads, and tasty sandwiches.

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Snowmobile Tours

Take a tour through the wintery wonderland on a snowmobile. There are several tours available for both daytime and evening adventures, and there’s nothing more beautiful and thrilling than venturing deep into the forest surrounding the area. No previous ATM or snowmobile experience is necessary but is recommended. Tours are typically two hours in length, weather permitting. 

Reach for your full potential with a Winter Yoga Class

Designed to help you find your inner balance, classes are held in the Greenbrier Room of Allegheny Springs in the Village and are suited to all skill levels. Whether you’re a regular yoga enthusiast or this is your first time, you’ll learn how to build better posture and endurance.  You can join a class before skiing on Saturday or Sunday, or after skiing on Monday or Friday.

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