Frostmore Farm owners Adam and Rachel Taylor.

WV Living has recognized Pocahontas County favor- ites in the magazine’s annual “Best of West Virginia” list.

Snowshoe Mountain Resort won “best ski resort” for the sixth year, and Frostmore Farm in Dunmore won “best maple syrup.”

In addition to statewide categories, the 2018 list also includes regional winners. For the Potomac Highlands region, the Green Bank Telescope won “best unique attraction.”

The complete list will be published in WV Living’s winter 2018 issue, which is also the magazine’s 10th anniversary issue.

“I love that our 10th anniversary issue contains our annual Best of West Virginia winners, because WV Living is all about showcasing the people and the places that make our state unique,”” founder and publisher Nikki Bowman said. “It’s more than just a magazine – we’re a community builder. We tell the story of who we are, and who we are becoming.”

This is the magazine’s sixth-annual “Best of West Virginia” list. Each year, WV Living asks its readers to nominate their favorite restaurants, shops, towns, destinations, people and more. Those nominations – which numbered in the thousands for 2018 – are tallied to determine each year’s list.

For more information about WV Living or Best of West Virginia, visit wvliving.com