DAVIS, W.Va. (AP) - Time is running out for skiers to hit West Virginia's slopes before they close for the season.
Canaan Valley shut down its slopes at the end of Easter weekend. But a spokeswoman says tubing and ice skating will be offered through Sunday.
Oglebay Resort also closed last weekend.
Snowshoe and Winterplace are open through this weekend and Timberline expects to be open through April 6.
West Virginia Ski Areas Association spokesman Joe Stevens says the resorts have hit their annual goal for a combined 800,000 skiers this season. He attributes the successful season to good snowmaking conditions.