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Stowe, Vermont is a charming town with plenty to offer year-round. In late spring/early summer, the landscape turns green, there are mostly clear skies and longer daylight hours with so much to soak in with its scenic beauty and so much to do. Here are some of our favorites: 


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Moss Glen Falls Hike: Take a short, scenic hike to Moss Glen Falls, a spectacular waterfall just a 5-minute drive from Stowe’s historic Village. The highlight is the actual falls, which are only about a quarter-mile from the trailhead.

Smugglers’ Notch State Park: Explore the trails in Smugglers’ Notch State Park – perfect for hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing during spring and summer.



Stowe Recreation Path: Enjoy the Stowe Recreation Path, whether walking or biking. It’s a beautiful way to experience the outdoors and take in the scenery.



Trout Fishing: season has begun. Vermont is known for its diverse fishing opportunities for wild trout. Stowe has experienced fishing guides who can provide valuable insights. Visit local tackle shops to learn about local hatches, fly patterns and the latest trout-stocking efforts. 



Explore Main Street: Stowe's lovely Main Street features great shops, eateries, and access to the scenic recreation path. Don't miss the Giles W. Dewey covered bridge right in the village – it's a picturesque spot! 


Stowe Mercantile: Visit the Stowe Mercantile, a favorite general stores in New England. You'll find everything from penny candy to locally made products and apparel. 


Whether you are savoring maple treats, exploring scenic trails, or simply soaking in the natural beauty, Stowe in late spring/early summers promises to be an unforgettable experience. 







Written by Kathleen Chaput

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