|Vertical drop:||500 feet|
|Base elevation:||1,250 feet|
|Peak elevation:||1,750 feet|
|Longest run:||3,500 feet|
Bryce Four Seasons Resort offers a calm, relaxed atmosphere, unlike many of the bustling ski resorts in the D.C. region. Families and beginner skiers will feel welcome at the resort, which takes steps to limit overcrowding. The resort’s southern location, combined with a low base elevation, restrict the amount of natural snowfall to an average of 30 inches per year, but the resort combats this with 100% snowmaking.
Advanced skiers may be disappointed with the 500-foot vertical and lack of challenging terrain, but beginner skiers will enjoy runs specifically designed for learning, such as Redeye, which becomes increasingly wider from top to bottom. The Horst Locher Ski School has received many kudos for its patience and success at teaching first-time skiers.
90% of the terrain is lit for night skiing.
Photo provided by Bryce Resort.
|Resort Name:||Bryce Resort|
|Vertical Drop:||500 feet|
|Base Altitude:||1,250 feet|
|Peak Altitude:||1,750 feet|
|Longest Run:||3,500 feet|
|Lifts:||4 (1 quad, 1 double, 2 carpet lifts)|
|Night Skiing:||Yes, on 90% of terrain|
|Terrain Park:||Thunder Jug|
|Tubing Park:||800-foot long tubing lanes serviced by a carpet lift|
|Address:||1982 Fairway Drive
Basye, VA 22810
|Phone:||(800) 821-1444 or (540) 856-2121|
|Webcams:||View resort webcams|
|Directions:||Via Google Maps|
|Estimated Distances from Major Cities|
|Baltimore, MD||2 hours, 45 minutes||152 miles|
|Washington, DC||2 hours, 5 minutes||116 miles|
|Arlington, VA||2 hours, 5 minutes||114 miles|
|Richmond, VA||2 hours, 50 minutes||164 miles|
|Pittsburgh, PA||4 hours, 20 minutes||243 miles|
|Harrisburg, PA||2 hours, 55 minutes||171 miles|
|Philadelphia, PA||4 hours, 30 minutes||254 miles|
|Charleston, WV||4 hours, 25 minutes||274 miles|
|Raleigh, NC||5 hours, 15 minutes||282 miles|
|Charlotte, NC||5 hours, 20 minutes||330 miles|
|Wind Speed:||0 mph||Sunrise:||7:15 a.m.|
|Barometer:||29.85 in||Sunset:||4:53 p.m.|
Weather supplied by the National Weather Service. Errors or reporting delays may be possible.