Stowe Mountain Resort, Stowe, Vermont
5781 Mountain Road, Stowe, Vermont 05672| Map |
Stowe Mountain Resort boasts 48 ski trails and 13 lifts. The area has been an internationally acclaimed four-season resort area since the 1940's. A gondola now connects the famous Mount Mansfield with its equally impressive partner, Spruce Peak. Since December 2007, the Stowe Mountain Lodge is luxurious, complete with spa. The 6-story, 312-room resort draws on the architectural tradition of turn-of-the-century summer camps created by the great families of New England. The lodge's exterior features a picturesque facade of woven timber and shingles that draw upon the natural harmony found in nature, as well as stone veneer created from local quarries and expansive glass to bring the beauty of the lodge's outdoor surroundings to the indoors.
Christina Natividad and 1 other parent have been here
Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
Tips for Families
Getaway packages are frequently available. Weekday rates can be discounted by up to forty percent. Check the website and call for deals and rates.
Address: 5781 Mountain Road, Stowe, Vermont 05672| Map
Hours: Year Round More Info
Price: Charges vary. For details, check prices More Info
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Off Season Fun at the Mountain: Bungee Trampolines, Obstacle Courses and Alpine SlidesFlag review
Our family of four (kids ages 9 & 12) enjoyed a great afternoon of fall fun here but it came with a pretty hefty price tag. We purchased: Junior 3 pack for the Bungee Trampoline ($21) Junior 3 Pack for the Inflatable Obstacle Course ($18) Junior 3 Rides for the Alpine Slide ($38) Adult 1 Ride for the Alpine Slide ($21) TOTAL – $98 It is worth noting that tickets can be interchanged between family members, so our kids shared the Junior Packs. Alpine slide rides are available for purchase as single tickets, but you cannot purchase single Bungee or Obstacle Course Tickets. Kids under 5 are free. The total time it took for our family to complete the alpine slide was also long. After taking the chairlift to the top (albeit a beautiful ride) you must then wait your turn to ride down — the course has to be clear with enough time in between riders to be safe. So we didn’t take 2 turns on this either. Each thing we did was great and it was a beautiful fall day at Stowe, however I am not sure at $100 without any food or drink this is the most economical way to spend a family day.
Tips for Families
If you go to a Vermont Lake Monsters game - check the back of your ticket for a coupon for 50% off ride tickets.
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