Slatyfork West Virginia
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Raven Golf Club at Snowshoe Mountain Resort

Raven Golf Club
Golf at the beautiful Raven Golf Club
10 Snowshoe Drive
Snowshoe, WV26209

Snowshoe Mountain Website

The Gary Player Signature Raven Golf Club at Snowshoe Mountain Resort provides an impeccable course with gorgeous scenery every step of the way. Long fairways take advantage of the rolling terrain, some dropping as much as 200 feet from tee to landing area. Tees are framed by beautiful vistas, and each hole is unique to itself, offering a golf experience unmatched anywhere else. We invite you to see for yourself why GolfWeek magazine has ranked The Raven Golf Club the #2 public course in the state of West Virginia and the #30 public course in the U.S.

Snowshoe Mountain

Skiing in Slaty Fork
Our popular ski mountain open year around
10 Snowshoe Drive
Snowshoe, WV26209

Snowshoe Moutain Website

About Us

Snowshoe is the premier destination for Mid-Atlantic & Southeast skiers, snowboarders and winter enthusiasts. Our mountaintop Village, amenity offerings and, of course, amazing skiing make us ideal for anyone looking for a true resort experience.

And the fun doesn’t stop after winter. Enjoy our world class events, cool mountain temperatures, beautiful vistas and 11,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness. From adventure to relaxation, we have everything you need for that perfect getaway.

Mountain Biking — Tea Creek / Slatyfork

Mountain Biking in Slaty Fork WVThis is a regional/national destination for Mt. Biking. 5400 acres with 45 miles of trails provides a lot of trails for its size. A wide range of difficulty from easier to very technical is found here. Most of the trails create good loops. Props Run Trail – north of Tea Creek – is one of the best downhill rides in the state. Mountain Bike Trail Map Link (Highlands Conservancy)


 Cass Scenic Railroad

Cass Railroad Slaty Fork Fun
Cass Railroad Slaty Fork Fun

Take a ride on the Cass scenic railroad up to the town of Cass. Showcase is a must visit when arriving at Cass, W.Va.  The diorama is a work of art and depicts the Town of Cass when it was a booming logging community.  A short film helps visitors understand what this community meant to West Virginia and the world beyond. The 20-30 minutes you spend with the interpreter, the video and getting questions answered about the town, history, and character of Cass makes this fee free activity priceless in more ways than one.