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Fun Friday skiing at Vermont's Stowe Mountain Resort

Stowe's bright red gondolas scale Mt. Mansfield.

In the woods off of the gondola.

A skier on Liftline -- one of Stowe's Front Four.

A view of Mt. Mansfield from the top of Spruce Peak.

Racers on Spruce Peak.

Kids follow the leader in a Stowe Ski School class.

Here are a half dozen shots from today at Stowe Mountain Resort! The day was more lovely than expected. It started with sun, then offered clouds, but then brought sunshine again to end the ski day. Plus — no wind! It was a great day to be on the mountain.

Stowe Mountain Resort at a Glance

  • Located on Route 108 / Mountain Road, Stowe, Vermont
  • Two main mountain areas: Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak
  • Mt. Mansfield highest skiing elevation: Top of gondola at 3,625 feet
  • Mt. Mansfield lowest skiing elevation: Toll House at 1,280 feet
  • Skiable acres: 485
  • Trails: 116
    • Novice 16%
    • Intermediate 55%
    • Expert 29%
  • Lifts: 13
    • 2 gondolas
    • 4 quads
    • 2 triples
    • 2 doubles
    • 3 surface lifts
  • Snowmaking coverage: 83%
  • Snow conditions: Follow this link to our <link internal-link internal link in current>Vermont Ski Resorts page for a direct link

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