Peter Novom is veteran of the ski industry as an instructor, trainer and educator. He is also a professional chef. He grew up skiing backyard hills and tiny now defunct ski areas in southern NH. He has dedicated himself to making a career of outdoor education from a young age. This passion enabled him to work in three continents and multiple hemispheres.
Over the years Peter has continuously pursued education from a from an Adventure Recreation degree at Green Mtn College to Alpine PSIA level 3 (the highest possible certification) & freestyle & specialist accreditations.
Peter currently specializes in snowsports instructor training in southern Vermont. He also works for PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of America) as an examiner in their Eastern Division. This enables him to share multiple decades of Snowsports knowledge with other ski instructors and continue pursuing his passion.
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Complete Guide to Après Ski at Stowe
Stowe's après scene is a vibrant mix of rustic Vermont charm, creative breweries, relaxing fire side meals and family fun. Some of our top picks by category include The Matterhorn, Idletyme Brewing Co., The Alchemist and Von Trappe Brewing
Stowe Resort Review
Rich in history and renowned for its soaring slopes (Mt. Mansfield, at 4,395 feet, is the highest peak in Vermont), Stowe never fails to stun. It is home to the first Ski Patrol in the United States, a happy coincidence given the intense challenge of its alpine environment. Offering some of the steepest terrain in the East, thrill seekers will struggle to find a better destination without boarding a plane.
Killington Resort Review
Killington lives up to its title "The Beast of the East" - it's the only Eastern resort to host an Alpine World Cup event, the second highest peak in the Northeast and has the most skiable acres. During the 2018-19 season Killington benefited from the largest single year capital-investment of the past 20 years with big upgrades to the traffic flow and lift infrastructure. All of this is easily accessible from Boston & NYC.