Stowe Ski Resort Details
Longest Run: 3.7 miles
Rideable Acres: 485
Vertical Drop: 2,160'
Total Lifts: 13
Typical Ski Season: Late-November through Mid-April
The town of Stowe, VT has plenty of restaurants and bars and is just a quick trek away from the resort, but Stowe mountain resort is a bit more slim with options. Here are a few good choices that are close to the ski resort itself.Great Room Grill at Stowe Mountain Resort - one of our favorite options for slopeside dining with a full bar.
Cliff House Restaurant - a great spot at the top of the gondola for views, food and brews.
The Den at Stowe - a fun dive bar with a solid list of draft beers and live music.
About Stowe, VT Ski Resort
Over the past few years, the Stowe Ski Resort has made incredible improvements to the ski area and nearby town, further stating its presence as an international brand.
The actual village of Stowe is well over 200 years old, huddled beneath the massive Mt. Mansfield. Mt. Mansfield is the tallest peak in the state of Vermont, coming in at 4,395 feet.
This combination of rich history nestled under a timeless mountain gives Stowe an undeniable old world, European-style charm. Some even say it is the ideal model for a Vermont ski town, referring to both it's character and the ample on and off mountain activities available.
With hundreds of miles of backcountry trails, Stowe has also also developed a reputation as one of the best cross country skiing destinations in North America.
Whether you're traveling solo or with a group, Stowe ski resort has the capacity to fill your vacation with great skiing and great times.