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post #31 of 39

Try this site? https://www.google.com/hotels/  That is how I find places.

post #32 of 39

I don't know what to tell you regarding WV, but you can find m0tels in "Boyne Country" starting at $55/night. 

See Orbitz for more info.

 

Many have discount ski vouchers/packages this late in the season. I'd recommend the Birchwood Inn:

http://www.birchwoodinn.com/winterpackages.html


Edited by Walt - 3/21/14 at 10:33am
post #33 of 39
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Originally Posted by ohioskier View Post

I am glad I decided to hit snowshoe this weekend I am being rewarded with great skiing today and expected 8-10 inches of snow Sunday night. Glad I will be here through Wednesday.

Really interested in hearing about your experience since its been so long since I've been there.  Please let us know your thoughts when you get back.

post #34 of 39
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Somehow I am still looking for Snowshoee/Timberline this weekend but my biggest issue so far is the accomodation that seems were expensive. Lift tickets are off season rates, quite cheap but Acco is a problem.

 

Both these resorts seems to be far from all those cheap motels.

 

Does anyone know a cheap place to stay around Timberline/Snowshoe? I am a single guy and I sleep on the floor :P. All I need is just any cheap but clean place to stay for 2 nights.

 

Anyone else from the forum planning to be at these places on coming weekends? (ski days - 22/23rd)

 

Make sure you check the weather and conditions.  Looks like a lot of thawing and refreezing going on this week.

post #35 of 39
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Hopefully weekend should be good. Booked 2 nights at Super8 for $50 a night and wont complain about that since everything else was ridiculously expensive at this last moment. 

 

And then just now booked next weekend as well with $49 deal at The Inn. I should cover up the distance in 7 hours from home so looks it wont be tiring after a long working week hopefully. Just hope that I get some company there. 

post #36 of 39

Enjoy!  Looking forward to your thoughts after you get back.

post #37 of 39

Just an FYI - Boyne Mountain will be open daily through 4/20.  They will be open on weekends after that if conditions permit.

post #38 of 39
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Just an FYI - Boyne Mountain will be open daily through 4/20.  The will be open on weekends after that if conditions permit.

 

Boyne Mountain faces east. If it's sunny  you had better like skiing slush.  Sunrise is at 7am and by the time the lifts open the snow has had full sun for two full hours.

 

I might go anyway....

post #39 of 39
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Originally Posted by Walt View Post
 

 

Boyne Mountain faces east. If it's sunny  you had better like skiing slush.  Sunrise is at 7am and by the time the lifts open the snow has had full sun for two full hours.

 

I might go anyway....

 

I'll probably avoid BM as long as Nubs is open.  I'm thinking I can sneak in at least one more day at Nubs before they close.  

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