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Home to the highest peak in Vermont, Stowe offers some of the best skiing in the East. Two Inspirato homes are located within The Lodge at Spruce Peak. Bring up to 12 guests to Sterling, a two-story home with a private balcony, cozy fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Or opt for three-bedroom Ridgeview, with an inviting living room and stone-framed fireplace. Both offer access to a heated outdoor swimming pool and spa. The Lodge at Spruce Peak offers Stowe's only ski-in, ski-out access.
Nestled in the heart of a fertile Vermont valley, Stowe rests between Mt. Mansfield State Forest and CC Putnam State Forest. In this idyllic location you'll find the red, white, and blue of America's treasured landscapes and small town traditions: general stores, colonial architecture, boutique shops, bed and breakfasts, and more. With shades of a Norman Rockwell sketch and snow globe features, this quaint town beckons travelers to view stunning foliage in the fall or race down its slopes in the winter. Stowe also hosts arts and crafts shows, balloon festivals, and a weekend long British Invasion event celebrating British automobiles and culture.
This world-class resort offers 485 acres of extraordinary terrain across two mountains. More advanced skiers will appreciate that it’s renowned for its black diamond runs.
In nearby Waterbury, lies one of the most beloved ice cream factories in the world: Ben and Jerry’s. Take a tour and sample its famed Cherry Garcia, Phish Food, and Chunky Monkey flavors.
Head out on this 3.7-mile, out-and-back trail to take in sweeping views of the Green Mountains from the summit. And it’ll get your heart pumping—there’s over 1,600 feet of elevation gain.
Due to its mountainous location, Stowe's temperatures are warmer during the day and significantly cooler at night. Summer temperatures hover pleasantly in the 70s and 80s, with mild humidity. In the winter, the weather is cold and snowy, and below-freezing temperatures are common.