Elk Springs Resort

Address: #14 A Dry Branch Resort, Monterville, West Virginia, 26282, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located on #14 A Dry Branch Resort, Monterville, is near Elk Springs Fly Shop.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Elk Springs Resort Monterville

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    Travel Blogs from Monterville

    Skiing in the Storm

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Feb 02, 2015

    1 photo

    ... it hard to talk without screaming. Sandy and I ended up losing the others after a couple of runs and we ended up doing a few more runs on our own, then decided to call it quits around 4. We took the shuttle back down the mountain and once out of our ski clothes, hit the hot tub to warm up. Brandi’s Restaurant at the Inn was closed so we walked across the street to the Route 66 restaurant and got some dinner to take back to the ...

    Skiing at Silver Creek

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Feb 01, 2015

    1 photo

    ... area, but moved onto the slightly more difficult blue Cascade and Fox Chase Trails. Using my GPS, I clocked my maximum speed as hitting 35 miles per hour. As the afternoon progressed, we split up and Sandy and I headed down to the Inn on the 4 o’clock shuttle down the mountain. We checked into our room, then headed back up the mountain for a little night skiing. This evening, we had a really nice shuttle driver and enjoyed talking with him. He ...

    Falls of Hills Creek

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jan 31, 2015

    10 photos

    ... It was about half the total height of the waterfall and I thought it resembled a giant blue pineapple. We spent a little while down here enjoying the view and then started making our way back up to the parking lot. On the way back up, Sandy peeled a layer of ice of the leaf of a rhododendron. It looked just like the leaf, but transparent. Leaving the forest, we headed back to Marlinton and checked into our home for the evening - the Old Clark Inn, a ...

    The Scenic Route to MN, Day Five

    A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Aug 21, 2014

    ... incorporated carved pieces of walnut into the work. They were really beautiful. Some of the glass reminded us of the super high quality work done by our friend, Al Garber, in New Haven, whose lamps, sun catchers and other decorative pieces still adorn our house.

    (we'll add pictures tomorrow.I hope.)

    And, p.s., the truck's complaints had vanished this morning... so no hour-plus trip to uncertain expense and delay to get it fixed.
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    The Scenic Route to MN, Day Five

    A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Aug 21, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... hold the camera steady while standing on a movable bridge so we took the train pics from solid ground. Then we rode the afternoon departure which included two restored Wabash cabooses now rented as overnite (or longer) lodging at the end of the (currently) usable track, about 10 miles from the terminal. It's a pretty ride, with plenty of curves to offer additional photo opportunities. The cabooses get set off on stub tracks beside the Greenbrier River... and then it's back to ...