Stowe Mountain Resort

Mountain Facts

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

Click here to download a PDF of our 2013/14 Trail Map.

Stowe's newest facilities and improvements include a brand new High-Speed Quad on Mt. Mansfield, 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, restaurants and more.

Stowe Stats

  • Mount Mansfield Summit Elevation - 4,395'
  • Top of Lifts Elevation - 3,719'
  • Longest Vertical Drop - 2,160'
  • Average Annual Snowfall - 333"
  • Total Number of Trails - 116
  • Skiable Acres - 485
  • Total Miles - 39
  • Trail Count - 116
  • Percentages - Beginner 16%, Intermediate 59%, Expert 25%
  • Snowmaking Coverage - 80%
  • Total Lifts - 13 / More mile long lifts than any other resort in the East
  • 1 Inter-Mountain Transfer Gondola, 1 high-speed summit Gondola, 3 high-speed Quads, 2 Triples, 4 doubles, 2 surface lifts
  • Total hourly lift capacity -15,516 passengers

Your Responsibility Code
Skiing and snowboarding can be enjoyed in many ways. At ski areas you may see people using alpine, snowboard, telemark, cross country and other specialized ski equipment, such as that used by disabled or other skiers. Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Observe the code listed below and share with other skiers the responsibility for a great skiing experience.

  1. Always stay in control. 
  2. People ahead of you have the right of way. 
  3. Stop in a safe place for you and others. 
  4. Whenever starting downhill or merging, look uphill and yield. 
  5. Use devices to help prevent runaway equipment. 
  6. Observe signs and warnings, and keep off closed trails. 
  7. Know how to use the lifts safely. 

Be safety conscious and KNOW THE CODE. IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
This is a partial list.  Officially endorsed by: NATIONAL SKI AREAS ASSOCIATION