Created by dmensing on April 6, 2005
We visited Stowe, VT, for the first time over Easter week for a family ski trip.
Created by GreekFreak on March 8, 2005
Stowe, VT, rocks and the Rusty Nail rules!
Created by twarr1 on August 9, 2004
Stowe is renowned for its excellent winter activities, but it's a great summertime destination too! The pace of things slows down in Central Vermont when the snows are gone, giving the summer visitor opportunity to really explore this facinating and historical area.
Created by raskel-1 on June 9, 2004
We went to Smuggler's Notch, which is located near Stowe. The accommodations were excellent. The only downfall was that the roads at the resort need to be paved! The indoor pool was being converted to an outdoor pool. There was lots of great shopping and fine dining in the area. It was definitely worth the trip and I would go back again.
Created by Tenia on May 31, 2004
Depending on when you go, there are different activities offered at the resort. Before going, check out Smuggler's website to see what activities will be going on at the resort while you will be visiting.
Created by Tenia on May 30, 2004
Some favorites places to visit in and around Stowe include Smuggler's Notch Pass, Burlington Church Street for shopping and ECHO at the Leahy Center, the Shelburne Museum, the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory, and, of course, Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Factory.
Created by sunergy on February 28, 2004
A great family getaway to one of the East's great destinations. We enjoyed hiking, biking, great food, and even made snow creatures on top of Vermont's highest peak before Columbus Day. Staying at the Mountainside in Stowe was a treat, as we swam and hot-tubed daily.
Created by Suzannecat on January 5, 2004
Great skiing getaway at the very start of the season--no crowds, peaceful, upscale town.
Created by pkseymour on December 21, 2003
We have used our timeshare week at the Village Green at Stowe for the past three years. It's a wonderful place with its walking path, the Von Trapp Lodge, shopping, dining, scenic beauty, and Ben and Jerry's nearby! A great destination.
Created by hildegund on November 9, 2003
We stayed at the Village Green timeshare, which is in a very quiet but convenient location, very spacious and comfortable. Being close to the pedestrian/bike path, we were able to walk into Stowe away from traffic and noise. We hiked several trails, but would very much recommend the hike to the "Stowe pinnacle," where one gets a 360-degree view of the surrounding mountains. The trail is of moderate difficulty and steep, but very well marked and maintained. We loved our week in the resort and can highly recommend it!!