Stowe, Vermont Recreation Path
Stowe's award-winning Recreation Path is a jewel in Stowe's crown of attractions and activities. This 5+ mile path is smooth, easy, and offers spectacular views of Stowe and area mountains. The path meanders past many shops and restaurants too. The path is open year 'round to walkers and non-motorized vehicles. Enjoy a short (or long) stroll, bike, picnic, and even swim!
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Since we were already close to Vermont, we took in a 5-mile bike ride in Stowe Vermont at the Stowe Recreation Path.
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Stowe VT Rec Path
Stowe, VT offers year round activities, one of the major draws in this area aside from Stowe Mt. Resort and The Trapp Family Lodge, is the the rec path.
The rec path is 11 miles long and runs from the center of Stowe Village up towards Mt. Mansfield, ending near Topnotch Resort. The path follows the West Branch River and the Mt. Road.
It is great for biking, walking, running in the summer and cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. There are plenty of swimming holes located along the path.
The path is fun for all ages and there are places to stop and eat along the way so you can fully experience all Stowe has to offer. During the summer the Helen Day Art Center hosts Exposed in Stowe, an outdoor art exhibit along the path.
Running next to the paved Rec Path, is the Quiet Path, which is for walking and quiet enjoyment of the natural surroundings, it's also great for walking your dog off the leash.
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Winter in Stowe, Vermont
Celebrate winter in Stowe, Vermont. Enjoy everything from skiing, snowboarding, sleigh-riding, to shopping and spas. Stowe has everything you'd expect from a quintessential New England ski town, fabulous eateries and a great selection of lodging options. Stowe has something for everyone.
Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont: A Year Round Destination with First-class Amenities
Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont offers travelers a first-class, year-round holiday from the resort and amenities to the snow sports and canopy and zip line tours.
Welcome to Spruce Peak
Steeped in natural beauty, Spruce Peak is Stowe's only slopeside destination, featuring luxury accommodations and year-round recreation. It's a place to discover all manner of passions, from alpine skiing and snowboarding to mountain biking and fly fishing; from rounds on the mountain golf course to course after course of mouthwatering fare, Spruce Peak has something for everyone.
Mountain Road Bridge Construction, Stowe Vermont
A short look at the state of construction of the Mountain Road Bridge (Route 108) in Stowe Vermont on May 3, 2015
Best Attractions and Places to See in Stowe, Vermont VT
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List of Best Things to do in Stowe, Vermont (VT)
Stowe Recreation Path
Moss Glen Falls
Smugglers Notch State Park
Stowe Mountain Resort
Trapp Family Lodge Outdoor Center
Stowe Mountain Auto Toll Road
Gold Brook Covered Bridge (Emily's Covered Bridge)
Spruce Peak at Stowe
Biking Stowe's Recreational Bike Path in summer
Stowe's bike path is as an all year round recreational trail. You can bike, hike, stroll, and ski on it, 365 days a year. The 5.3-mile paved trail starts in Stowe Village, next to the Stowe Congregational church, winds its way through the woods and meadows, and crosses the West Branch River 11 times on arched wooden bridges. Numerous shops, lodges, and restaurants are accessible from the path.
Vermont 3 Stowe
This video is about riding trails in Stowe Vermont. So much fun highly recommend you smash it.
Fall Foliage in Stowe, Vermont—Don't Miss It!
To see Stowe and the surrounding countryside at its most spectacular, visit Stowe in autumn. Frosty mornings give way to cool, crisp days - perfect for enjoying the outdoors. The colorful hillsides - ablaze with red, orange, and gold - are truly breathtaking. Enjoy fall craft fairs, Stowe's famous Oktoberfest and much more... Stowe in Autumn—Don't Miss It!
Stowe, Vermont Vacation Rental
Welcome to Stonybrook!
Stonybrook is ideally located just off Mountain Road between the village of Stowe and the Stowe Mountain Resort. Stonybrook is a prestigious 4 season resort built on 160 acres that are surrounded by mountains,trees and ponds.
Stonybrook's amenities include 2 heated outdoor swimming pools, 6 tennis courts, 5 hole pitch and putt course, fishing ponds, hot tub and sauna, game room, private access to the Stowe Recreation Path and seemingly endless groomed cross country skiing trails plus bike and walking trails. Stonybrook has it all!
Only a handful of Stonybrook's elegant vacation homes enjoy the same spectacular Front Row view of the largest Stonybrook meadow and the ski mountains that you will have at our vacation home. Whether you are in the dining room, the family room, the two mountain facing bedrooms or on one of the 2 decks you will enjoy this front row view and as you step out onto the large deck, you will also enjoy the view of the classic New England Stonybrook Red Barn.
Our Stonybrook vacation home, which accommodates up to 8 people, features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a large back deck, and a deck off the upstairs mountain facing bedroom. There's also a large washer & dryer plus a comfortable dining room area.
During the winter months, Stonybrook will keep the wood and kindling fully stocked on the back deck so you can enjoy relaxing nights by the unique stone fireplace with your favorite refreshments just a few steps away at the nearby wetbar.
Stonybrook is the perfect resort for all seasons and our vacation rental is the ideal choice for its breathtaking views, outstanding amenities and ideal location in Stowe.
Stowe, Vermont is located in north-central Vermont, about 10 miles north of I-89 and just 45 minutes east of Burlington, the state's largest city. The village of Stowe is home to Vermont's highest peak, Mount Mansfield, and offers an historic and vibrant community with all the charm of a traditional New England village, and more.
Stowe is an ideal destination year-round. If you enjoy exciting activities, skiing, fall foliage, scenic vistas, golfing, skiing and fine restaurants, Stowe Vermont has it all!
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Trapp Family Lodge - Stowe, Vermont
We all had an amazing time biking on one of the trails at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont.
Stowe, Vermont British Invasion
Stowe, Vermont hosts this annual three day celebration of all things British. The primary focus is on the British motorcars. These photos are from the Stowe Village block party.
The All-New Stowe Mountain Resort Summer
From ZipTour Adventure to Hiking Vermont's highest peak to TreeTop Adventure, Stowe Rocks, Farmer's Markets and Golf, summer adventures and fun at Stowe Mountain Resort are bigger and better than ever. Visit stowe.com to get started.
Stowe restaurants come together for 2nd annual 'Dine Stowe'
Nearly 20 restaurants are coming together with special menu items at a fixed price in appreciation of local residents and visitors.
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Adventure Center at Stowe Mountain Resort
Learn about the state-of-the-art children's Adventure Center at Stowe
Stowe, Vermont, October 16, 2016
A video of Stowe, Vermont, on a busy Sunday morning in the middle of foliage season.
Mike's Hiking Journal takes us up Stowe Pinnacle in the state forest of C.C. Putnam along the Worcester Mountain range. Views of Mt. Mansfield, Camels Hump, Mt. Belvidere and the Waterbury Reservoir. Check out the scenery along the way of Giant Cairns and wooden teepees.