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Stowe Mt. Resort/Mt Mansfield Touring Ctr

Stowe Mountain Resort's 35 kilmeters of groomed and 40 kilometers of backcountry trails are the highest in Stowe. Also available are 5 kilometers of trails specifically for snowshoeing. They're all part of the largest connected cross-country trail network in the East... a nordic skier's dream!
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Location and Contact Information

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Stowe, VT
Tel: 1-800-253-4754
Email: sdorwort@stowe.com

Center's Facilities

Rentals: Yes
Lessons: No
Snow Shoeing: No
Backcountry Access: No
Grooming: No

Current Conditions

Updated: 08:49:17 - Friday Mar 23, 2018
New Snow (past 24 hours): (none)
Average Base Depth: 14 - 20
Snowshoeing Trails open 10
Wax of the day Swix KR50 purple klister
Recent Snow 2" past 48 Hours 13" past 7 days
Trail Fees Adult $28 $24 $21 Child (6-12) $16 $13 $11 Senior (65+) $16 $11 $11
KM Open: 35
KM Track Set: 35
KM Skate: 25
Surface: Packed Powder, Wet


Conditions: Sub-zero overnight low temps have set up the soft powder from last week’s storms into a nice packed powder surface. Base depths are now 18-25 inches. Groomers are out this morning packing and tracking and plan to have 25 Km of trails prepared for skiing starting with the Main Loops. With cold powder, blue wax tracks, the classic skiing is superb. Snowshoe hiking: Great conditions for the snowshoer; new snow is everywhere, trails are signed and mapped, but the ‘adventurous’ won’t need any of that, just go explore. Rentals, maps and route advice are available at the Center. Back Country and AT: Trails off Skytop ridge and Mt. Dewey are prime with new snow. Many climbing routes have been packed out and snow depths are getting back to normal for this time of year. Be sure to check in at the Center to sign out your route when using the wilderness trails. And by the way, if you use our parking lot to access the backcountry, you still need a valid trail pass, whether you come in to the Center or not.