Skiing

Considered the ski capital of the East, and a member of the Epic Pass, Stowe Ski Resort offers 116 trails with 485 skiable acres, 12 lifts, and a vertical drop of 2,360 feet. Also enjoy the Austrian-inspired Trapp Family Lodge cross-country ski center, backcountry skiing, and snowshoeing.

                   Relaxation

Stowe is home to several world-class spas, including Topnotch Resort and The Spa at Spruce Peak. Stowe is also home to the Stoweflake Resort with 30 luxurious treatment rooms and over 150 signature healing and anti-aging remedies for the mind, body and soul. 

                     Shopping

In addition to the famous Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory, experience Stowe’s 50 unique boutiques, country stores, galleries, specialty markets, sporting goods stores and more. Buy ubiquitous Vermont maple and apple products at Cold Hollow Cider Mill.

                   Biking

Stowe is a world-class, three-season destination for mountain bikers with many trails open throughout spring, summer, and fall. It offers biking for all levels; from moderate rolling hills, to bracing single-track, to exhilarating downhill trails at popular ski resorts.

                Arts & Culture

Peruse fine art and craftwork from 150 juried fine artists and artisans at the Stowe Foliage Arts Festival, take a trip during the Hot Air Balloon Festival, participate in foodie festivities like Chowderpalooza, and enjoy Music in the Meadow and the Spruce Peak Folk Festival.

              Rock Climbing

Train indoors at the Stowe Rocks Climbing Center, a state-of-the-art facility located in the Adventure Center, featuring climbing challenges for adventure seekers young and old. Boulder on Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, or learn ice climbing with Stowe’s world famous Sunrise Mountain Guides.

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