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A STATEMENT FROM OUR MANAGING DIRECTOR ON REOPENING
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The Land

Connected to the Greens

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Spruce Peak is nestled among the greens-between Spruce, Mansfield, Sterling and Madonna peaks – surrounded by 2,000 acres of protected and conserved wilderness. The intimate community provides abundant ways to connect with these majestic surroundings. From a dedicated trail network, to a golf course that traverses the mountain sides and stream basins, Spruce Peak is a place where we are inspired by our surroundings, and in turn, we look to protect our environment at every opportunity.

Spruce Peak Landscape

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  • Spruce Peak is the first ski resort community in America to earn the prestigious Audubon International certification.
  • Spruce Peak embraces the principles of compact and clustered development, land management that deters non-native plant species and protection of habitat for rare animals.
  • Over 2,000 acres surrounding Spruce Peak at Stowe have been permanently protected through state ownership and the use of conservation easements.
  • The protection of streams and wetlands has been incorporated into all facets of the Spruce Peak design, including a strict erosion and sediment control plan.
  • Naturalized native vegetation is used for all landscaping throughout the project site.
  • The Spruce Peak Village Center is heated and cooled by the largest geo thermal field in northern Vermont—over 100 wells, significantly reducing reliance on fossil fuels.
  • Protected wildlife habitat corridors preserve precious routes for deer, moose, bear, as well as a number of rare bird species.
Summer in the Penthouses

Summer in the Penthouses

Spread out in our spacious 2-, 3-, or 4-bedroom Penthouse Residences. Includes 4 rounds of golf at the Mountain Course per night.

Good for stays through October 11, 2020

Stay Local. Live Local.

Stay Local. Live Local.

Vermont Residents are invited to explore their home state in luxury with exclusive rates starting at $175/night

For stays between July 24 and December 17, 2020

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Dear Friends,

We hope that you and your families are safe and well during these challenging times.

Recently, the Governor of Vermont extended the 'Stay Home Stay Safe' order until May 15, 2020. Additionally, he pushed the opening date for hotels and vacation rental establishments to June 15, 2020. This means the closure date for the Lodge will be extended through June 14, 2020.

Here at Spruce Peak, we are embracing the challenge of these circumstances and hope very much to return to normal operations this summer. Next week, we will announce plans for our summer events, the golf season and more. There is a lot to look forward to and there will certainly be better days ahead.

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