Timberline plans to open Dec. 7 despite utility woes, legal issues, rumors

By RICK STEELHAMMER

Charleston Gazette-Mail

Youngsters enjoy the slopes at Timberline in 2017. The resort posted on its Facebook page that it would open for the season on Dec. 7.
(Gazette-Mail photo by Kenny Kemp)

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Despite some speculation to the contrary, Timberline Four Seasons Resort will open for the 2018-2019 ski season, according to the management of the family-owned Tucker County ski area.

Rumors about Timberline’s future have been fueled by, among other things:

  • The Public Service Commission scheduling a Dec. 13 receivership hearing at Canaan Valley Resort for the resort’s water plant.

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