Stowe Winter Activities

In the wintertime, visitors come from around the world to experience Stowe’s quintessential village and Stowe's world class ski resort.

Skiing & Riding
Each of the trails at Stowe Mountain Resort offers a unique experience - hence "The Great 48." Because no two trails are alike, individualism and self-expression awaken within those who explore the mountain's character.

Sleigh Rides
A horse-drawn sleigh ride is a classic experience not to be missed during your time in Stowe!

Dog Sledding
See what it's like to take a ride with these amazing animals. Cozy up in a comfortable, one-of-a-kind touring sled, or dare to drive your own team.

Ice Climbing
Nearby Smuggler's Notch (fondly referred to as "The Notch" by locals) provides a superb playground for ice climbing.

Snowmobiling
The expertly groomed VAST trail network winds around the area for VAST members. One can also enjoy a guided tour from Stowe Snowmobile Tours.

Snowshoeing & Nordic Skiing
Stowe offers renowned terrain for cross-country skiing & snowshoeing!
Visit the Trapp Family Lodge Cross-Country Ski Center, Edson Hill Manor, Umiak Outfitters and the Stowe Mountain Resort for numerous trails and guided tours.

Ice Skating
Visit the Jackson Ice Arena located one block from the Green Mountain Inn. The Arena offers public skating and skate rentals most days from late October through late March.

Sledding
Just a short walk from the Inn, Marshall Hill provides a wonderful environment for sledding and tobogganing! Sleds and toboggans may be rented at Shaw’s General Store in Stowe Village.

Arts & Events
Discovering the eclectic, thriving arts community that exists in our relatively small resort town.

Galleries, 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 sleigh Ride

Stowe Snowshoe

Stowe Snowmobile