Stowe Area Association
PO Box 1320
Stowe, Vermont 05672, USA
Printed kit available by request
Stowe, Vermont Fast Facts
- I-89 north/south to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take right/left and follow Rt. 100 north 10 miles.
- Stowe lies in a broad, fertile valley between Mt. Mansfield and other peaks of the Green Mountains on the west, and the Worcester Range or "Hogback" Mountains on the east.
- Stowe was charted on June 8, 1763 when Governor Benning Wentworth of New Hampshire designated 64 men as "Proprietors'." However, no settlement occurred until 1793, two years after Vermont, as the fourteenth state joined the original thirteen of the U.S.A.
- Mount Mansfield is Vermont's highest mountain at 4,393 feet.
- Stowe Mountain Resort:
- Located six miles from Stowe village on Route 108, the Mountain Road.
- The Alpine Slide
- Auto Toll Road
- Mt. Mansfield Gondola
- Refer to Stowe Mountain Resort's Media Kit for more information
- Stowe Recreation Path (5.5 miles)
- The Trapp Family Lodge
- The Helen Day Art Center
- The Historic Village of Stowe
- Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory Tours (#1 Tourist Attraction in Vermont)
- Stowe has 4,700 residents
- Stowe has over 70 unique shops
- Stowe has over 45 restaurants and cafés
- In New England, only Boston and Providence boast more award-winning dining establishments than the quaint town of Stowe
- Stowe has over 50 different lodging options
- Including: country inns, bed & breakfasts, condominiums, hotels, motels and motor inns, rental homes, rental condos, chalets, slope side and destination spas