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A STATEMENT FROM OUR MANAGING DIRECTOR ON REOPENING
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The possibilities around The Lodge are astounding. Enjoy a relaxing walk on a nature path or a challenging Mount Mansfield summit. A fifteen minute hike or a full day adventure is at your fingertips within a short walk or drive of the lodge. Lace up and enjoy the experience at these popular Vermont vacation spots.


The Spruce Loop

Head out The Spa doors onto the plaza and start your journey at the wooden foot bridge. Follow the signs through Spruce Peak Pathways to quickly lose yourself in a pocket oasis. Follow rivers, cross bridges, run up a hill, or sit by a cascading waterfall.
Rated Easy - 1.8miles


Barnes Camp Boardwalk

This wheel-chair accessible, wooden boadwalk weaves through beaver-built swamps and ponds, complete with educational panels, towars a breathtaking view of Smuggler's Notch
Rated Easy - Wheelchair Accessible 600ft


The Stowe Rec Path

Perfect for both cycling and casual walks, this paved path criss-crosses the town of Stowe allowing for a self-guided tour of such popular spots as Idletyme Brewing and Stowe Cider.
Rated Easy - 5.3miles total


Bingham Falls

Wind through the rocky forest to a pristine 40-foot cascading waterfall with deep gorges - a perfect destination for warm summer days.
Rated Moderate - 0.5miles


Sterling Pond

A beautiful option for a half-day hike, this well-maintained section of the famous Long Trail takes you past a beautiful mountain pond and numerous scenic photo spots.
Rated Moderate - Loops range from 2 to 3.4miles


Not sure of the best trails for your skill level? Call 802.760.4061 to speak to our Spruce Peak Outfitters team!

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

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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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