Skiing in Stowe, Vermont

Stowe Alpine Ski Planner

Sheltered by the highest mountain in Vermont with a summit that peaks at 4,395 feet, Stowe was named a “Top 10 Ski Towns in America” and “The Aspen of the East” by Forbes and USA Today respectively. For nearly a century, visitors have traveled from around the globe to create cherished memories with friends and family that span multiple generations. Averaging over 300 inches of snow annually, Mt. Mansfield boasts 116 ski trails and 13 lifts with a gondola that connects the resort’s two mountains, Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak.

Imagine watching as you and your loved ones carve epic turns on groomers & bumps finished to perfection by an around-the-clock snowmaking team as you surreptitiously venture off into hidden glades, secret chutes and side country stashes that empty into Smugglers’ Notch, the famous route for rum runners during Prohibition. Not unexpectedly, Stowe’s mountain experience has been reimagined to help keep you safe this season. Below you will find the most important information for planning your winter ski getaway.

Travel Information

Vermont Interstate Travel Regulations

Stowe Area Information

Stowe Mountain Resort

Preparing for your ski trip

Purchase Epic Day and Season Passes

Purchase Day/Lift Tickets

Reservations for ski days (required)

Ski & Ride School

Mountain Weather

Trail and Lift Information

Equipment, Clothing and Gear

Equipment Rental – Pinnacle Ski and Sports

Equipment Purchase – Pinnacle Ski and Sports

Ski Clothing Rental – Kit Lender

Winter Clothing and Gear – AJ’s Ski and Sports

Transportation and Parking

Car – Most of Stowe offers free parking. Parking can be difficult at Stowe Mountain Resort during certain days and time periods. We highly recommend at a minimum all-wheel drive vehicles and winter tires.

Car Service – Fleet Transportation

Taxi Service – Peg’s Pick up and Stowe Taxi

Mountain Road Shuttle