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The Stowe / Smugglers' Notch Area of Vermont has majestic mountains, eye-catching fall foliage, and spectacular skiing. It is a four-season vacation destination on what some locals refer to as ... more info
 
 
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Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa
Stowe, VT - Located in the heart of Stowe, the Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa celebrates 50 years of continuous ownership and operation by the Baraw family. Have your family join our family for a fun filled vacation or just slip away for a romantic weekend for two. Our award winning restaurants, luxurious accommodations, and world class spa let you vacation in style, and provide the ideal setting for your Vermont Wedding or wedding reception.
Smugglers' Notch Resort - America's Family Resort
Smugglers' Notch, VT - Got Kids? Simply magical moments await at the #1 Kid-Friendly Resort! A Smugglers’ family vacation brings families together, while exploring the mountains. Enjoy award-winning kids’ programs – ages 6 weeks to 17 years, indoor pool & hot tub, the Zipline Canopy Tours, and more! Family Fun Guaranteed!
Mountainside Resort at Stowe - Divine Accommodations in VT by the Ski Resort
Stowe, VT - Secluded condominiums nestled in a wooded hillside at the foot of Mt. Mansfield, the Mountainside Resort offers a unique and reasonably priced, year round lodging experience for families and small groups. The property is just minutes to excellent skiing, dining and shopping opportunities in charming Stowe Village. There is also a town-wide trolley service available seasonally.
The Green Mountain Inn - Offering the best accommodations in Stowe, Vermont
Stowe, VT - The Green Mountain Inn offers the perfect blend of modern comfort and classic touches in 107 unique guest rooms, luxury suites and village townhouses. Our Stowe vacation packages allow you to take advantage of the many activities that make a Vermont vacation special while experiencing all the charm and luxury of a historic New England Inn. Whether you're here to ski or relax, we provide the best of New England and Stowe Vermont Inns.
Sterling Ridge Resort
Jeffersonville, VT - Enjoy it all in the peacefulness of the countryside with a beautiful mountain view at Sterling Ridge Resort. Our log cabin lodging is a romantic getaway for honeymooners and the perfect setting for family vacations and reunions. Hike, cross country ski, or snowmobile on our 360 acres of woods and meadows. Canoe and fish on our private 14 acre pond or relax in our seasonal swimming pool and hot tub. Downhill skiing/snowboarding at nearby Smugglers' Notch.
 
 

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Vermont Events in September


VT Craft It! Make It & Take It 5/16/19 - 12/19/19

Make It & Take It crafting every 3rd Thursday of the month. I will guide you through making a craft that you can display in your home or give as a gift. Holiday themed when appropriate.


Stowe Farmers Market 5/19/19 - 10/13/19

An exciting and diverse farmers' market, highlighting the best agriculture, prepared foods and crafts that the Stowe area has to offer. An excellent stop while traveling on the Stowe Rec Path!


Exposed Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition 7/20/19 - 10/19/19

Exposed is Helen Day Art Center’s 28th annual outdoor sculpture exhibition.


Unbroken Current 9/20/19 - 11/9/19

The work in Unbroken Current investigates cultural and personal identity, social justice, and history through the lens of photography, painting, sculpture, and mixed media. Artists include: Mildred Beltre, Sanford Biggers, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Rashid Johnson, Harlan Mack, and Carrie Mae Weems. See website for details and events: helenday.com


Studio of Archeo-Virtual Spiritings 9/20/19 - 11/9/19

Greek artist Vasilis Zografos’ new body of paintings reveals the medium’s enduring relevance in today’s digital image culture by examining the tension between memorialization and design, commemoration and utility, reflection and affordance, in a series of oils on paper that draw upon an archaeological rather than a Modernist tradition.


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