Stowe Mountain Resort Facts

Mountain Terrain:

  • Summit elevation 4,395 feet, Vermont’s highest peak
  • Top of lifts elevation 3,625 feet
  • Vertical drop: 2,160 feet
  • Skiable acres: 485
  • Beginner trails: 16%
  • Intermediate trails: 59%
  • Expert trails: 25%
  • Total miles of skiing: 39
  • Total trails: 116
  • Longest run: 3.7 miles, Toll Road
  • Including the legendary Front Four trails: Starr, National, Goat & Liftline
  • Beginner, advanced and intermediate terrain parks, halfpipe

Snowmaking coverage: 90%
(Fixed Snowmaking Guns on all Three Peaks)

Lifts:

  • More mile-long lifts than any resort in the East
  • 100% high-speed lift access
  • 1 Inter-mountain Transfer Lift (10 person gondola)
  • 1 Gondola, high-speed, 8-passenger gondola
  • 3 high speed detachable quad chairs
  • 2 triple chairs
  • 4 double chairs
  • 2 surface lifts
  • Lift capacity: 15,516 passengers per hour

Average Annual Snowfall: 300+ inches

Length of ski season: Late-November to Mid April

Cross Country Skiing:

  • 35 km of groomed terrain
  • 40 km of backcountry trail
  • Interconnected with 3 other touring centers – 150 km of groomed terrain

Dining:

  • On Mountain: Solstice Restaurant, The Hourglass Bar, Great Room Bar & Grille, Cliff House Restaurant, Octagon Café, Fireside Tavern, Mansfield Café, The Den and Midway Café
  • Around town – over 60 restaurants. Visit www.gostowe.com for an overview.

SUMMER FACTS

Summer Attractions: Open June through mid October (Columbus Day)

  • Gondola Skyride – 2,100’ vertical feet (closed May-Sept. 2014)
  • Alpine Slide – 1,800’ vertical feet
  • Auto Toll Road – 3,850’ vertical feet, 4.5 miles
  • Bungee Trampolines
  • Climbing Wall
  • Obstacle Course
  • Children’s Summer Mountain Adventure Camp
  • Spruce Peak Plaza – live music, crafts, farmer’s market & more

Golf: Open May through mid October

  • Stowe Country Club – Par 72, 18-holes, public course

    In the heart of Stowe is the Stowe Country Club, Stowe Mountain Resort’s original golf course. A turn of the century dairy farm that’s matured for 50 years into a challenging, but rewarding test of golf. The 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains in New England’s most quintessential setting make every round memorable.

  • Stowe Mountain Golf Club – Par 72, 18-holes, semi-private

    The 18-hole wilderness course, created by renowned designer Bob Cupp, winds dramatically along the lower reaches of Spruce Peak and Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, to an elevation of more than 1800 feet. The golf course is also surrounded by 2,000 protected acres of pristine land in the Green Mountains. The course is available to Stowe Mountain Club members, as well as guests of the extraordinary new Stowe Mountain Lodge, a luxury resort hotel and spa that just celebrated its first birthday.

YEAR ROUND FACTS

Location: Six miles from Main Street (Route 100) on (Route 108), the Mountain Road

Transportation:

  • Burlington International Airport – 45 minute drive
  • Amtrak rail service in Waterbury – 15 minute drive
  • By automobile – Take Interstate 89 to Exit 10 and follow Route 100 North into Stowe Village (about 15 minutes). Turn left onto Route 108, the Mountain Road. Stowe Mountain Resort is six miles up on the left.

Lodging:

  • Slopeside – Stowe Mountain Lodge, Reservations: 888-478-6938, or visit www.stowemountainlodge.com Fax 802-253-9393
  • Inn at the Mountain and Condominiums, Reservations: (800) 253-4SKI or (802) 253-3000 www.stowe.com
  • Around town – over 60 lodges of all sizes and styles

Reservations:

Phone numbers:

  • Information – (800) 253-4SKI or (802) 253-3000
  • 24 hour snow phone – (802) 253-3600

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