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All roads lead to White Grass! Located at 643 Weiss Knob Ski Road Davis WV 26260, off Route 32 and at the end of Freeland Road in Canaan Valley, WV. Winter can make driving challenging and our parking lot is usually windy and oftentimes icy. Please use caution on Freeland Road as two cars can barely fit.

From CharlesTon & CenTral West Virginia

From CharlesTon & CenTral West Virginia

Take I-79 N to Rt. US 33 E at Weston. Follow 33 E to Harman, WV, then take 32 N to Canaan Valley.

From NorThern Virginia & Washington, DC

From NorThern Virginia & WashingTon, DC

Take I-66 W to I-81 S near Strasburg, VA. Follow I-81 S a short distance to the exit for Rt. 55 W. Stay on 55 W to the new sections of Corridor H (Rt 48) in Wardensville, WV. Stay on 48 through Moorefield all the way till it narrows to become Route 93 W to Davis. Turn left on Rt. 32 S to Canaan, turn left on Freeland Road. 2.5 hours from Northern VA. One can skip the new road and take scenic Rt 55 W past Seneca Rocks to Rt. 33 N in Harman then take Rt. 32 N to Canaan Valley, turn right onto Freeland Road.

AlTernaTe RouTe from NorThern Virginia

AlternaTe RouTe from NorThern Virginia

Take I-66 W to I-81 N, then Rt. 50 W until it intersects with Rt. 93 W. Follow Rt. 93 W to Davis, WV, then take 32 S to Canaan Valley, turn left on Freeland Road.

From BalTimore & WashingTon, DC

From BalTimore & WashingTon, DC

Take Rt. 70 W to I-68 W at Hancock, MD. Follow Rt. 68 W to 220 S at Cumberland, MD. Stay one 220 S till the junction with Rt. 50 W at New Creek, WV. Follow Rt. 50 to junction of Rt. 93 W to Davis, WV, then Rt. 32 S to Canaan Valley, turn left onto Freeland Road.

AlTernate RouTe From BalTimore & WashingTon, DC

AlTernate RouTe From BalTimore & WashingTon, DC

Same as previous route but stay on I-68 W past Cumberland, MD, to 219 S. Follow Rt. 219 S through Oakland, MD, to Thomas, WV. At Thomas, take Rt. 32 S to Canaan Valley, turn left onto Freeland Road.

From PiTTsburgh, PA

From PiTTsburgh, PA

Take I-79 S to Morgantown, WV, then I-68 E to Rt. 42 S at Friendsville, MD. Follow Rt. 42 S to Rt. 219 S. Stay on 219 S through Oakland, MD, to Rt. 32 S at Thomas, WV. Take Rt. 32 S through Davis, WV, to Canaan Valley, turn left onto Freeland Road.

From Richmond, VA

From Richmond, VA

Take I-64 W to I-81 N at Staunton. Then I-81 N past Harrisonburg to Exit 257, Route 259 W to Baker, WV, then take Corridor H (Rt 48) W to Mt Storm and 93 West to Davis. Turn left onto Rt. 32 S through Davis, WV, to Canaan Valley, turn left onto Freeland Road.

From Roanoke, VA

From Roanoke, VA

Take I-81 to Harrisonburg, VA, then take Rt. 33 W to Harman, WV. At Harman, take Rt. 32 N to Canaan Valley, turn left onto Freeland Road. (Or better yet, follow the directions for Richmond.)

From Columbus, OH

From Columbus, OH

Take I-70 E to I-79 S. Stay on I-79 S to Morgantown, WV. At Morgantown, follow I-68 E to Rt. 42 S, Friendsville, MD. Follow to Rt. 219 S through Oakland, MD, to Thomas, WV. At Thomas, take Rt. 32 S to Canaan Valley, turn left onto Freeland Road.

We are in the southern end of Canaan on Freeland Road off Route 32. The red lodge is about two miles down this lane up in a wide open pasture at the base of the old ski slope.

There are tricks to getting here, yet be sure to take your time and feel the mountain magic as you draw near. Many of the local roads are one and half lanes wide (including ours) so slow up a bit in winter. Our parking lot is usually windy and oftentimes icy. Arrive ready to ski your legs off!

Approximate Driving Distances

Baltimore, MD: 185
Charleston, WV: 160
Cincinnati, OH: 320
Cleveland, OH: 330
Columbus, OH: 227
Huntington, WV: 215
Morgantown, WV: 70
Parkersburg, WV: 140
Pittsburgh, PA: 125
Raleigh, NC: 300
Richmond,VA: 185
Washington, DC: 180

White Grass Touring Center

WG is the best in every way! We have been coming for years and now my kids are growing up knowing this special, magical place that Chip, Laurie and the WG crew let us enjoy week after week. Should be on everyones bucket list, you won’t be disappointed!

— Mark Hurt

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