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Stowe Mountain Resort
Town: Stowe, Vermont
Vertical Drop: 2160 feet
Top Lift Served Elevation: 3640 feet
Lifts Include: 2 gondolas, 3 detachable chairlifts, 5 fixed grip chairlifts
Snowmaking: Yes
Night Skiing: No
Located on the eastern shoulder of the tallest mountain Vermont, Stowe Mountain Resort has long been known as a premiere New England ski destination.
Average Percent of Terrain Open
January95%    (1 report)95 Open
Jan. 5, 2017 by nordicgal
Packed Powder, Frozen Granular
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Recent Articles
Stowe Sets New England Record with $147 Lift Ticket - Dec. 19, 2018
Stowe has had the most expensive lift ticket in New England for over a dozen years.
Vermont Lift Ticket Prices Up 8% - Nov. 27, 2017
Six areas have rates of $100 or more; Stowe sets record at $131.
Vail Proposes Additional Parking Expansion at Stowe - Sep. 23, 2017
The new lot would be located near the Toll House base area.
Vail Completes Stowe Transaction, Plans Parking Expansion - Jun. 9, 2017
The dramatic decrease in season pass pricing is expected to increase skier visits.
Vail Resorts Announces Purchase of Stowe - Feb. 21, 2017
AIG has retained real estate holdings at the resort.
Vail-Stowe Rumors Continue to Fly - Jan. 30, 2017
Multiple publications are claiming a sale may be imminent.
Vermont Lift Ticket Prices Up 3% - Jan. 10, 2017
The average weekend non-holiday adult ticket price is now $81.
Ski Season Kicks Off Across Northern New England - Nov. 22, 2016
Eight ski areas in three states are projected to operate on Wednesday.
Stowe Sets New England Record with $124 Lift Ticket - Oct. 1, 2016
Stowe is now one of three Vermont ski areas with $100 or more day ticket prices.
Burton Snowboards Founder's Family Blamed for Stowe Stone House Fire - Feb. 19, 2016
State reportedly identifies Jake Burton Carpenter as reservation holder the day of the fire.
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Trail Map
2018-19 Stowe Trail Map
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