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Mountain Stats

  • 846 cm of annual snowfall
  • 196 total skiable hectacres
  • Top elevation 1340 m, base 620 m
  • 16% beginner, 59% intermediate, 0% advanced, 2% expert
  • Projected opening: 17/11/2013
  • ProjectedClosing 21/04/2014

Expert Reviews

4.1
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Stowe Mountain Ski Resort has Vermont’s Highest Mountain

25/10/2013
I was impressed when we toured Stowe Mountain this past summer. Stowe’s Mount Mansfield has Vermont’s highest Mountain at 4,393 feet and it has terrain suitable for expert to intermediate skiers.The beginner skier hasn't been forgotten, however, as the lower altitude Spruce Peak is a great spot to learn. What impressed me the most though, is the amount of man-made snow that they can make, which can cover more than 90% of the mountain! Yet they receive more than 300 inches of natural snow annually. Stowe is pretty impressive. I really like the quaint town of Stowe and all of its lodging. The Stowe Mountain Lodge rivals any of the luxury lodges of the West, and the Nordic center at the charming Trapp Family Lodge cannot be beat. Topnotch Resort is just as its name suggests, and is an awesome place to stay, dine or use the spa services. Call me today and let’s plan your next ski vacation to Stowe!

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4.0
Activities
3.0
Beginner
3.0
Budget
4.0
Dining
4.0
Expert
5.0
Family
5.0
Intermediate
5.0
Lodging
5.0
Luxury
3.0
Nightlife

Mountain Vacation Specialist   
Bill Kelly
1-800-908-5000 ext 3692
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