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. From glades, to unrelenting mogul trails, anyone can test their skills here. With the recent addition of amenities to Spruce Peak, where easier terrain is available, even families and beginners can enjoy a ski vacation. The town has a charming Main Street with plenty to do and see if you need a break from the slopes. With so much to explore in the surrounding area, consider having a car on site to make the most of your getaway. Couple the unbeatable natural environment with world class facilities, including a state-of-the-art children’s center (complete with indoor climbing wall), and one could argue that Stowe is the top winter destination in New England.

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INSIDER TIPS
  • Like many Eastern destinations, a car is helpful to experience all the area has to offer

  • Making a day trip or staying off-resort? Arrive early for the best parking availability. Cars are turned away when parking is full 

  • Play in the trees! There are so many glades to explore, it's easy to get off of the beaten path. Consider Nosedive Glades for some open and friendly forest adventure

  • Whether or not you fancy yourself a beer lover, take a detour to sample some award winning brews at The Alchemist

  • As part of the Epic family, Stowe season passes provide unlimited access to all 37 Vail resorts and limited access to 50 partner resorts 

HESITATIONS
  • Parking and traveling on the main access road can be very challenging on a busy day

  • With higher-end facilities and services come steeper price tags, relative to other Eastern resorts

  • Conditions on the Front Four are highly weather dependent as grooming and snow-making are not possible

  • While dinning options abound, be mindful of travel times (e.g. it can take 15 - 20 minutes to navigate 5-6 miles on Mountain Road) 

  • Some of the best, most consistently steep terrain in the East, including the "Front Four" trails: National, Goat, Starr and Liftline

  • Beautiful, new and well-maintained facilities throughout make Stowe a cut above neighboring resorts

  • Luxurious ski-in ski-out options abound including the stunning Spruce Peak

  • A variety of accommodations that will delight at all price ranges such as the quirky Stowehof, the historic Trapp Family Lodge and the affordable Commodores Inn

  • Excellent dinning options both at the resort and in neighboring towns if you're willing to venture (e.g., Edison Hill Dining)

 

GETTING TO &  AROUND

The free Stowe Mountain Road Shuttle runs continuously between the resort and the town. The shuttle is particularly helpful in stormy weather. However, we highly recommend a car if you want to experience all the area has to offer. 

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