LIFE IN RESORT

Located on Vermont’s highest peak, Stowe Mountain Resort is a renowned world-class, family-friendly destination, offering year-round amenities from skiing to rock climbing and zip-lining. Travelers are drawn from across the globe to this dynamic mountain and the legendary community of this passionate, quintessential New England ski town.

Our preeminent position in the ski resort industry is upheld by constantly striving to exceed the needs of skiers and snowboarders, while carefully protecting the natural heritage of our surroundings. Honoring this challenge has shaped the unique philosophy of our culture, community and company for generations.

MOUNTAIN WEATHER

WINTER
Temperatures can vary but average temperatures during the winter months will fluctuate between below 0ºF - 35ºF.

Average annual snowfall:  314 inches
We do offer retail discounts to employees, but do come prepared with a good pair of winter gloves, boots, hats and warm layers!

SUMMER
Temperatures can vary but average temperatures in the summer months are low to mid 50ºF to highs of 80ºF and above.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STOWE VILLAGE

Stowe is widely revered as the Ski Capital of the East and has proudly been a popular family vacation destination since the 1860’s. The endearing town of Stowe is a unique village filled with authentic country stores and century old inns that accentuate the quaint, small town feel of this highly regarded community. This quintessential New England town offers spectacular art galleries, a variety of restaurants that will excite even the most critical of foodies, a plethora of bars boasting only the best local beers on tap, a vibrant nightlife filled with live music and dancing, and exceptional retail shops for anything else you may need.

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THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND STOWE

Stowe proudly provides year-round recreational adventures. During the summer months, there are multiple local golf courses, the popular Stowe Recreation Path, miles of biking routes, and an endless amount of hiking trails. Stopping at the infamous Ben & Jerry’s factory for an ice cream is a must-do after hiking the Pinnacle trail on a sunny day. You can go fishing or rent a kayak, canoe, or stand up paddleboard at the nearby idyllic Waterbury Reservoir. Pay a visit to the shops on Church Street in Burlington and watch the sun set behind the Adirondack Mountains on the Lake Champlain waterfront. Be sure to stop by The Alchemist Brewery for the famed Heady Topper beer after a day of zip lining from the highest peak in Vermont. Tired from all your adventures but still needing to get your mountain fix? Drive up the Toll Road and take the breathtaking walk across the top of Mount Mansfield to the tallest point in Vermont.

Besides having access to the best skiing and riding in the East, there is an abundance of wintertime activities to keep you busy in Stowe. Stowe Mountain Resort offers excellent Nordic skiing at our Cross Country Center, snowshoeing, and ice skating at Spruce Peak. If you need a break from skiing, you can indoor rock climb at the Adventure Center, see a concert at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, or go into the village for bowling and a movie at the local theatre!

GETTING HERE

By train: take Amtrak to the Waterbury, Vermont station.

Approximately $70 one way from NYC

By bus:  take the Greyhound to Montpelier or Burlington

Between $45-75 from NYC to Montpelier

By plane: Fly into Burlington International Airport. From there you will need to take a taxi to Stowe, which is about a 40 minute drive from Burlington.

Taxi cost: $75-$100 one way
Uber cost: $60-$75 one way

By car (from Burlington, VT): Take Interstate 89 South. Follow 89S until you get to exit 10 (Stowe / Waterbury exit). Make a left at the end of the exit ramp; this is route 100N. Follow this for 11 miles until you reach your first stop sign. This is the center of Stowe Village. Make a left at the stop sign onto route 108N, and follow this for approximately 6 miles until you reach the resort. Welcome!

By foot: free

Approximately 10 hours from Burlington

Getting around when you’re finally here (yay!):

Green Mountain Transit (GMT) buses
Mountain Road Shuttle – Download RouteShout 2.0 mobile app to view bus routes in Stowe and other local areas. http://ridegmt.com/gmt-schedules/

Through the Stowe Area Association and the Town of Stowe, free access is provided to Stowe Mountain Resort staff members on the Mountain Road Shuttle for the winter season. There are two shuttle routes from the village of Stowe – one to the Mountain and one that runs between Morrisville and Waterbury.

LIFE IN STOWE (FAQ)

How Big Is Stowe Mountain?

Stowe is 485 skiable acres, 116 trails, and 13 chair lifts. The base elevation is 1,280 feet and the peak elevation is 3,640 feet. Stowe’s average trail length is 3,603 feet – the longest of any other resort in New England.

Who Visits Stowe?

The highest concentration of skier visits are from in and around the New England area. Stowe Mountain Resort and village play host to a high number of international skiers given our close proximity to the Canadian border.

When Can I Get My Ski Pass?

Your ski pass will be ready to pick up 1-2 business days after you fill out all of your paperwork. You will need your ski pass to clock in and out for work. Please note that you will not be able to ski or snowboard at any of our resorts until you have completed your paperwork, so come in as soon as you get the go ahead from your supervisor or manager!

Do I Need A Car?

Owning a vehicle is not necessary for winter employment, due to the convenient seasonal Mountain Road Shuttle (November 24 – April 1), but it is highly recommended to have your own car for summer employment.

Become A Local:

Go ice skating at Spruce Peak, take a tour of the Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory, check out the VT Ski Museum, enjoy beer tastings at the local breweries, and listen to live music at the Matterhorn, or try fat biking on the Stowe Recreation Path!

How Much Is This Going To Cost?

Be prepared to financially spend a good chunk of money on getting out here and settled.