Stowe Mountain Resort is currently closed for the season.
While Spruce Peak strives to provide the best winter vacation possible, we are independent from Stowe Mountain Resort's management, Vail Resorts, so we are unable to assist in purchased EPIC Passes, or lift tickets.
Lift Tickets Limited
If you're planning on skiing Stowe please be aware that lift tickets will be limited by Stowe Mountain Resort this year. If you are not an EPIC Pass or EPIC Day Pass holder, please plan to buy your lift tickets early.
85 Years of Skiing & Riding
Now in their 85th season of lift service, Stowe Mountain Resort will be celebrating the resort's origin story - including the first lift which started spinning on Mount Mansfield at Toll Road on February 7th, 1932. Look for unique experiences that celebrate Stowe's iconic heritage all throughout the 2021-2022 winter season. This celebration will also provide an inspiring look to the future of Stowe and its continued investment in improving the mountain experience, including the replacement of the Mountain Triple lift with a high-speed, detachable six-passenger lift anticipated for 2022-2023.
Ski & Ride
The Lodge at Spruce Peak is Stowe's only slopeside ski-in ski-out destination at the base of Stowe Mountain Resort, part of the Vail Epic Pass System. From family-friendly beginner slopes to expert black diamond runs, there’s a ski vacation for everyone – just steps away from your room.
Click Here to view the trail map. Trail breakdown: 16% Beginner, 59% Intermediate, 25% Expert
The Stats of Skiing in Stowe, VT
- 4,395ft/1,340m- Mount Mansfield Summit Elevation (the highest peak in Vermont!
- 3,719ft/1,134m – Top of Lifts Elevation
- 2,160ft/658m – Longest Vertical Drop
- 333in/846cm – Average Annual Snowfall
- 116 – Total Number of Trails
- 485 – Ski-able Acres
- 39 – Total Miles (63km)
- 13 – Total Lifts
- 15,516 people – Total Hourly Lift Capacity
- 90% - Snow-making Coverage