Come and delight in West Virginia’s newest train ride through the Greenbrier River Valley while spending two luxurious nights atop Snowshoe Mountain in the new, rustic, boutique hotel known as The Corduroy Inn.
The New Tygart Flyer out of Elkins is our most economical Rail Journey. The climate controlled railcars keep you comfortable as you leave Elkins and climb Cheat Mountain to the High Falls. It’s a rugged beautiful trip that should be your first Mountain Rail journey.
West Virginia’s Cheat Mountain Range stretches more than 50 miles in length with four peaks above 4,800 feet. The region is spruce forest, tumbling rivers and streams, timber and coal history and three scenic railroads. Come ride the rails over, under around and through.
This is not for everyone. It is luxury, a getaway with elegant accommodations, formal dining and a price tag that eliminates all but the most discerning guests. Let us help you customize this experience, it is also available as a Holiday Tour or Springtime outing.
Come back to Oglebay. The best Holiday Lights Display in America still glows bright. Wilson Lodge at Oglebay remains a festive accommodation and their musical dinner shows will b e a hit with your groups.
Start with a tour of Harpers Ferry National Park where a visit is like stepping into the past. Then enjoy a narrated excursion on the Potomac Eagle and view historic farms and lush mountain greenery. Then it’s on to Winchester, VA for a Patsy Cline tour. Learn of Patsy’s music career, her childhood home and dreams of becoming a Country Music Star. This package also includes a tribute singer who will sing some of Patsy’s favorite songs. End your trip with a scenic ride on the Western Maryland Railroad through the spectacular scenery of the Allegheny Mountains.
This story/tour begins in 1803 on the American Frontier, with a tale of romance, a white mansion in the wilderness and a blissful life; all shattered by charges of politics and greed, ending with treason and conspiracy. Visit the early American Frontier while lodging in luxury accommodations from the 1890’s Gilded Age.
This is a culture & heritage tour of Southern West Virginia and the Coalfields. You will learn about life in both 19th and 20th Centuries, you hear stories of the Hatfield & McCoy Feud, learn how the word ‘redneck’ came into being, and you’ll enjoy some wonderful bluegrass & mountain music.