Stowe Mountain Resort

Posted on Nov 18, 2003

A steady stream of folks are still heading up to ski and ride Mt. Mansfield and the snow is great! Weather permitting, the resort is scheduled to open on Saturday, November 22. However, a special fundraiser is being held Friday afternoon to raise funds for two local men recently burned in a fire. For $20, you can ride the Mansfield Triple and make your way down North Slope and Lord. All funds will go to Jack Pickett and Todd Owens. It's a great cause and we hope you can join us!

Posted on Nov 17, 2003

Still covered from this weekend's storm. We're itching to get out on the hill for opening day November 22nd.l

Posted on Nov 15, 2003

While the temperatures have dropped, we've been cranking out the snow. There should be plenty to play on when Stowe opens November 22.

Posted on Nov 14, 2003

STOWE SOCKED IN BY SNOW STORM! What you're looking at is the aftermath of a storm that ripped through Stowe Thursday night. Winds over 50 miles per hour squashed this shed and tore a large limb from an old sugar maple tree. Schools are closed and local authorities are encouraging people to drive only if absolutely necessary. As far as we can tell at this point, it looks like 6-12" have fallen on Mt. Mansfield, and over 20" in other parts of town - and it's still snowing hard! What does this mean for opening day? Well, warmer weather is in the forecast, but at this point we are looking at Saturday, November 22, as our opening date. As always, stay tuned to for the latest!

Posted on Nov 14, 2003

Stowe is looking at their first storm this season... And the diehards are gearing up to get the first tracks.

Posted on Nov 14, 2003

Last hike of the day.

Posted on Nov 10, 2003

And so it begins...snowmaking continued through the weekend with temperatures reaching only into the twenty's.

Posted on Nov 6, 2003

The clouds are finally lifting around Stowe. Colder temps are in the forcast. Perfect for the snowmaking beginning this week.

Posted on Oct 28, 2003

Wandering around the woods in Vermont this time of year always leads to at least one gorgeous scene like this.