Stowe Mountain Resort

Stowe Mountain Resort, with 116 ski trails and 13 lifts, has been an internationally acclaimed four-season resort area since the 1940’s. A gondola connects the resort’s two mountains, 4,395′ Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak. Stowe Mountain Resort has made a significant investment in new snow-making equipment and upgrades that include: 325 HKD tower guns, 150 energy efficient land guns, 16 Super Pole Cat fan guns and seven miles of new snowmaking pipe. From a skier’s and rider’s point of view, the new snowmaking allows for a longer season, overall better snow quality and increased capability to resurface the mountain much more quickly.

Skiing at Stowe Mountain Resort in winter, skiers and snowboarders come from around the world to experience Mt. Mansfield’s storied terrain. Stowe also offers sleigh-riding and dogsledding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and ice skating. Stowe is especially famous as one of North America’s premier cross country skiing destinations, with hundreds of kilometers of groomed and backcountry trails.

More information about Stowe Mountain Resort:
Mount Mansfield Summit Elevation (VT’s highest peak) – 4,395′
Highest Skiing Elevation – 3,625′
Vertical Drop – 2,360′
Average Annual Snowfall – 314″
Total Number of Trails – 116
Skiable Acres – 485
Total Miles – 40
Trail Count – 116
Percentages – Beginner 16%, Intermediate 56%, Expert 28%
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

#1 Ski resort in eastern U.S. Ski Magazine
#1 in the east Freeskier Magazine
#1 Winter Destination Yankee Magazine Reader’s Choice
Top 5 U.S. Ski Vacations Yahoo Sports
Top 10 Ski Resorts in the World

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