|“Projects like the Corduroy Inn and Lodge showcase that West Virginia is a world-class tourism destination with tremendous growth and development,” said Tourism Commissioner Chelsea Ruby. “It’s new investment, like this, that stands to set West Virginia apart from our surrounding states by providing first-class facilities and amenities for both residents and visitors alike.”|
Construction on the new project began in spring 2019 and completed just in time for the 2020/2021 winter ski season at the resort.
“We are very proud to work with Mr. Billings and his team, and we are excited about what this amazing project at the Corduroy Inn signifies for our mountain,” said Snowshoe President & COO, Patti Duncan. “After the recession hit over a decade ago, there was an almost industry-wide pause on ski area development. Now, with projects like this one, we’re seeing positive momentum and growth once again, and it’s an exciting time for Snowshoe.”
At 4,848 feet in elevation, Snowshoe is the biggest mountain for anyone wanting a ski vacation without getting on a plane. For skiers and snowboarders living in Washington, D.C., or the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern United States, Snowshoe is a convenient drive for skiers living within a day’s drive of West Virginia. Snowshoe has implemented new policies and procedures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Learn more about the resort’s guidelines and how to explore safely and responsibly here.
To watch today’s ribbon cutting, click here. Photos from today’s event and of the new expansion can be found here.