In a place where the history, community and landscape are legendary for hospitality and adventure, Stowe Mountain Resort in Stowe Vermont has reinforced its internationally respected brand with world-class improvements both on and off the mountain.

Stowe’s newest facilities and improvements include a brand new High-Speed Quad on Mt. Mansfield, Evolution Stowe’s RFID technology tickets and gates, an inter-mountain transfer gondola connecting Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak, Stowe Mountain Lodge, a 312 room hotel and spa that has already been recognized as one of the greenest and most luxurious mountainside lodgings in the world, a new state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center at Spruce Peak, new high-speed lifts on Spruce, new base facilities, gourmet restaurants, incredible slopeside real estate opportunities and more.

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It’s All About Adventure at Stowe Ski School

It’s All About Adventure at Stowe Ski School

March 15, 2018

The first time I skied at Stowe Mountain Resort was back in 1993 when I was hired as a photographer to take portraits of skiers posed near Mount Mansfield’s legendary Front Four trails. Those were the days of one-piece ski suits, pre-parabolic skis, and film cameras. My photography job involved long hours but had some … Read More

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Vermont Holiday Ski Trip – Four Mountains, Four Days

Vermont Holiday Ski Trip – Four Mountains, Four Days

March 7, 2018

Our first indication of the approaching weather arrived in the form of an email a few days before Christmas. The message was from the woman whose Vermont cabin we were due to rent for four nights leading into New Year’s. This would be our family’s first time taking a Vermont holiday ski trip and everyone … Read More

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Choose Your Own Family Adventure at Stowe Mountain Resort

Choose Your Own Family Adventure at Stowe Mountain Resort

September 14, 2016

What’s the best family adventure you can have on a mountain without putting on a pair of skis? Since there isn’t snow year-round in Vermont (how I wish!) I’m always looking for the best answer to this question. I’m happy to report that when my family visited Stowe Mountain Resort one bright August morning we discovered … Read More

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The Mamas Favorite Summer Moments

The Mamas Favorite Summer Moments

June 6, 2016

Last summer the All Mountain Mamas visited Smugglers’ Notch and Stowe Mountain Resort together, not only to try new summer activities, but to connect as a team of writers, travelers and moms. Here are some of our favorite memories from the trip. Mara There are few places better suited to a girls getaway weekend than … Read More

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Are Ski Resorts Really Pet Friendly?

Are Ski Resorts Really Pet Friendly?

April 12, 2016

I have a chocolate lab named Kona. He is the heart and soul of our family. In a way I think of him as my third child. What pet owner doesn’t? My family travels quite often and I feel guilty leaving Kona at home, despite the fact that I know he is in good hands with our pet … Read More

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Skiers Choice: Top Family Dining Spots in Vermont

Skiers Choice: Top Family Dining Spots in Vermont

December 18, 2015

Ski and snowboard families relish in refueling and there may be no better place to find great grub than in and around ski resorts. Vermont restaurants were sourcing locally before it was a thing, have access to some of the worlds best libations, and  downright adore feeding hungry skiers and riders. Here the Mamas talk … Read More

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Flying Mamas: Experiencing Stowe’s New ZipTour

Flying Mamas: Experiencing Stowe’s New ZipTour

August 21, 2015

I recently had an opportunity to try out the new ZipTour adventure at Stowe. I am not an adrenaline junkie nor do I care for heights. Knowing that, you would think that I would have opted out of something that required me to launch myself off of the top Mt. Mansfield and fly down the … Read More

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Learning to Ski at Stowe Mountain Resort

Learning to Ski at Stowe Mountain Resort

February 10, 2015

I have wanted to learn to ski for as long as I can remember. Growing up in a beach-loving, cold-eschewing family, skiing was not high on our list of recreational activities. In elementary school, many of my classmates would line up once a week during the winter months to board the after-school ski club bus … Read More

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Alpine

Total Trails: 116
Easy: 16%
Intermediate: 59%
Advanced/Expert: 25%

Glades: 6
Terrain Parks: 3

Total Lifts:
2 Surface
4 Double
2 Triple
3 Quad
3 Hi-Speed Quad
2 Gondolas

Total Acreage: 485 skiable acres
Vertical Drop: 2160 feet
Snowmaking: 80%
Average Annual Snowfall: 28 feet

Rentals: Yes
Lessons: Yes
Night Skiing: No

Cross-Country

Total Terrain: 75 km
Tracked Terrain: 45 km
Skating Terrain: 30 km

Rentals: Yes
Lessons: Yes
Night Skiing: No
Snowshoeing: Yes

Amenities & Extras

Adaptive
Pool/Hot Tub
Sleigh Rides
Childcare
Dog Sledding
Ice & Rock Climbing
Lodging
Restaurant