Stowe Mountain Resort, spread across the tallest mountains of northern Vermont, offers a rich and unique landscape for soaking in the character of the mountains of the North East. “The Great 48” trails that span the two peaks and six distinct areas of Stowe run through rolling hills, tree-lined glades, steeps, and chutes, with no two trails offering quite the same experience.
One of the largest draws of Stowe is the number of terrain parks featuring half pipes, rails, ramps, boxes, and tabletops of varying difficulty, providing a safe and inviting environment for skiers and riders of all ages to hone their ability. From the 18-foot high superpipe on Lower Standard to the constantly evolving Rail Garden from the top of the Mountain Triple, adrenaline-fueled riders have no shortage of parks to choose from.
Current and upcoming renovations have brought $400 million in resort expansions, lodging, a spa and wellness center, and an 18-hole golf course, making Stowe a complete vacation destination. During the summer visitors can continue to explore the mountainsides and enjoy the lavish village amenities and fine restaurants that dot the area.
Stowe Mountain Resort features include:
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- 48 named trails—“The Great 48”
- 13 lifts including two gondolas and three high-speed quads
- 2,160 feet of vertical descent
- Snowmaking on 80% of terrain
- Average annual snowfall of 333 inches