Duration/Dates2 - 7 Nights (or more)
Stowe Resort is located in northern Vermont, 40 minutes from the Burlington International Airport and is a quintessential New England ski town. Stowe is an intimate community surrounded by 2,000 acres of protected and conserved wilderness. Known as the “Ski Capital of The East”, Stowe features two mountains, Spruce Peak & Mount Mansfield (highest peak in Vermont).
In winter, the majestic mountains and trails of Stowe are ideal for downhill and Nordic skiing, dog-sledding, fat biking, sleigh rides, and snow shoeing. The Village at Spruce Peak and nearby town of Stowe offer diverse shopping and dining options. A thriving community of artists at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center completes the experience with concerts, music, and live performances. Stowe is truly a place for adventure and inspiration. Endless Turns looks forward to planning your relaxing ski vacation to the Green Mountains!
RESORTS IN THE AREA
Stowe’s two mountains are divided into six areas, each with a good variety of terrain for skiers and snowboarders. With 116 trails, 485 skiable acres, 12 lifts, and 40 miles of trails, it’s no wonder Stowe is an internationally renowned destination. Stowe has more lifts that are 1 mile long, than any other resort in the eastern U.S.
Stowe Mountain Resort’s Cross Country Ski Center has 45 kms of groomed trails, 30 kms of backcountry terrain, as well as 20 kms of trails set aside for snowshoeing. Stowe also has a very in-depth freestyle terrain park with jumps, ramps, jibs, rails, quarter pipes, and other constructed and natural terrain features.
- Double 2
- Triple 2
- Quad 4
- Gondola 2 Surface 2
- Surface 2
- Base Elevation 1,265 ft/386 m
- Peak Elevation 3,625 ft/1,105 m
- Vertical Drop 2,360 ft/719 m
- Annual Snowfall
- Average 314 inches (798 cms)
- Skiable Acres 485
- Beginner 16%
- Intermediate 55%
- Expert 29%
- Designated Runs
- Yes, with coverage on 83% of all terrain.
- Skiing Snowboarding
- Terrain Park