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Stowe Spring Activities

Take advantage of the refreshing springtime weather, spring skiing and tours of the best sugar houses in the country. Springtime in Stowe Vermont brings sunshine, blue skies, and warmer weather.

Spring Skiing

Spring Skiing

Mother Nature offers the outdoor enthusiast some of the best days on the slopes during Springtime in Vermont! Our ski and ride season usually runs through the second weekend in April. Enjoy discounted ski rates and great spring skiing packages.

Maple Sugaring

Maple Sugaring

The warm days of March is a sure sign the the sugaring season is around the corner. Vermont is the USA’s biggest producer of maple syrup. One of the best times to visit active sugarhouses is during the Spring over the annual Vermont Maple Open House Weekend. As a supporter of the Vermont farmers we offer Vermont’s best Maple Syrup with our Bed & Breakfast Package .

Canoeing & Kayaking

Canoeing & Kayaking

Umiak Outfitters provides rentals, guided tours and seasonal programs for all ages and abilities. Rental outposts are set-up at Lake Elmore, Waterbury Reservoir and on Lake Champlain’s waterfront. Visit Umiak.com or call 802.253.2317. Green River Canoe and Kayak offers rentals with shuttle and a variety of guided trips, such as the evening wildlife watch. Call 802.644.8336.

Fishing

Fishing

Fly Fishing – The Fly Rod Shop offers river or stream instructional tours for all ability levels. Their drift boat trips travel down some of Vermont’s most pristine waters. Programs, clinic’s, instruction, rentals and retail store. Visit flyrodshop.com or call 802.253.7346.
Green Mountain Troutfitters – Full service fishing retail outlet with FREE fly fishing clinics! Call 802.495.4271.
Catamount Fishing Adventures – Fishing guide service: fly-fishing, spin-fishing and ice-fishing. Equipment provided for all ages and abilities. Visit catamountfishing.com or call 802.253.8500.

Hiking

Hiking

With majestic Mount Mansfield (Vermont’s highest peak at 4,392′) and the beautiful Worcester range as our backdrop, it’s no wonder that Stowe is known as a mecca for hiking! The famous Long Trail, a 265-mile trail system, crosses over Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak in Stowe. Numerous trailheads connect, providing great access for many day hikes. See Stowe area hikes.

Biking

Biking

Cyclists of every ability will enjoy Stowe’s cycling terrain, including paved and dirt roads, trails and paths. Stowe boasts a 5.3-miled paved Stowe Recreation Path, that begins across from the Inn.

Bicycle/Rollerblade Rentals:

AJs Ski & Sports
802.253.4593 | Website

Iride 802.253.1947

Mountain Sports & Bike Shop
802.253.7919

Pinnacle Ski & Sports 802.253.7975

Arts

Culture & Arts

Stowe is a wonderfully eclectic village that is home to a thriving arts community and exciting cultural happenings. Gifted artists are inspired by this natural splendor. They, in turn, enrich Stowe with cultural and artistic sophistication more typical of large cities.

Shops & Antiques

Shops & Antiques

Over 45 unique stores compete for your attention in our charming New England village and along the Stowe Mountain Road. You will find art, jewelry, handcrafted furniture, Vermont specialty foods, clothing & sports equipment.

Stowe Bowl

Stowe Bowl

Enjoy some indoor recreation at Stowe Bowl, a fun and exciting boutique bowling venue. This 8-lane bowling alley is quaint and cozy and offers delicious for, a full bar and state of the art audio visual effects. Come join in the fun at Stowe’s newest unique hot spot.

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