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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: 10:04:50 - Friday Feb 16, 2018
New Snow (past 24 hours): (none)
Average Base Depth: 10 - 16
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: 18
KM Skate: 25
Surface: Loose Granular, Frozen Granular

Comments:

Conditions: Snow surface is a groomed, loose and wet granular mix on the main loops and is skiing well for skate or classic. Classic tracks are set on most trails, and skate lanes are dragged wide. Base depths remain at 10-16 inches. Snowshoe Hiking: Always a great option for exploring the winter landscape. Huge snowpack in the Valley means you can snowshoe anywhere. Rentals, maps, and route advice are available at the Center. Back Country and Alpine touring: Warmer temps this week has created a spring skiing feel to the wilderness trails. Climbing routes have been packed out and the crust is softening. Please remember to check in at the desk in the Center to sign out your route before using the trails. Wax of the day: Swix silver klister