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Stowe Mountain Resort, Stowe

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#2 of 31 in Winter Sports in Vermont
Ski Area · Beach / Pool Club
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Stowe Mountain Resort is a ski resort in the northeastern United States, near the town of Stowe in northern Vermont, comprising two separate mountains: Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak. The lift-served vertical drop of Mount Mansfield is 2,360 feet (719 m), the fifth largest in New England and the fourth largest in Vermont.
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  • Decent mountain. Absolutely unprofessional employees and management. Harassing me and my family for sitting on a hill. I guess they don’t have anything better to do in Vermont. 
    Decent mountain. Absolutely unprofessional employees and management. Harassing me and my family for sitting on a hill. I guess they don’t have anything better to do in Vermont.  more »
  • It’s difficult to refer to Stowe as a resort. True resorts offer a myriad of activities while Stowe relies on skiing as it’s ‘be all end all’ and if you don’t ski you better enjoy reading. It’s sad... 
    It’s difficult to refer to Stowe as a resort. True resorts offer a myriad of activities while Stowe relies on skiing as it’s ‘be all end all’ and if you don’t ski you better enjoy reading. It’s sad...  more »
  • This is an Epic Pass (Vail mountain) resort and they charge Epic pass premium prices but they are running the mountain on a shoestring budget and provide a terrible skiing experience. We went over... 
    This is an Epic Pass (Vail mountain) resort and they charge Epic pass premium prices but they are running the mountain on a shoestring budget and provide a terrible skiing experience. We went over...  more »
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  • I can only speak to the ski lift and the “village” across the street as I didn’t stay at the resort. The lift takes you up to the top and it’s gorgeous view in the summer! Breathtaking! And going across the street was so fun as well, open to everyone the little town with vendors and seating was great. Would recommend
  • We visited this place during weekdays so the crowd was not too much. This means we could get the lift tickets, rentals and hit the slopes fairly quickly. The lifts were also fairly empty so getting to the top was never a problem. This was my first attempt at skiing so I decided to go with their 2 hour lessons. This was very beneficial as the instructors gave up the solid foundation on moving and turning. The next day, I was hitting the green slope with ease. Prices of lift tickets are on the higher side but makes sense considering the number of lifts they offer. A long ride in the gondola is definitely recommended. The restaurant at the top of the mountain is usually busy and requires reservation. All in all, a great experience and a highly recommended destination fir skiing.
  • Amazing mountain to ski at! As professional skier, it is important to find a mountain that offers variety of trails and difficulties. Stowe offers everything from beginner level to expert level (for me) and I had a blast skiing! I was there on an amazing powder day! Whiterooms, face shots, powder turns all day! I will definitely come back!
  • I had to call out some of the amazing customer service experience here. Carl for the ski school went out of his way to make sure we got everything we needed. John from ski school was very attentive and encouraging to the kids. There was countless other experiences with the staff. They are the high point of the resort and I would come back because of this. Clearly whatever company culture is setup is working. So many smiling faces of people looking for opportunities to help you and make sure your having a good time. The skiing is great but they do close at 4pm. Had I known this I wouldn’t have booked a second night at the resort. The alpine restaurant and skinny pancake were great. The waitress at alpine was awesome. She carried a birthday plate on her head to my son for his birthday. The room was well setup. Very nice having a fire place. I wish it was open later including the skate rink. That should be open till at least 7. It was amazing sitting in the Hut tub while it was snowing and the kids were swimming in the outdoor heated pool. We will 100% be back!
  • My wife and I loved skiing Stowe! The best advice that I can give is to get there bright and early, park at the midway lodge, ski down to the four runner, hit that for the first hour, then hit the Gondola, and as crowds start to pile up then head over to Spruce peak via over easy transfer, and take the spruce lift to the sensation lift. 10/10 skiing!

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