Wonderful, helpful instructors. My kids were in ski school and enjoyed every minute of it. Can;t wait to come back next year
Took our 3 teens for a day in Stowe- started at the slide. We took them there about 8 years ago and they didn't really remember. So spent about $45 for the 3 of them to refresh their memories. Chair lift up is nice, trip on slide is quick. We took our own picnic. There are passes to buy which... More
First off, I loved this slide when I was a kid and it hasn't really changed since, except for the prices. I thought the prices were ridiculously expensive. 1 ride is $20 almost and if you're stuck behind someone who is slow or doesn't know what they are doing, you just wasted your money. The all day pass is expensive... More
It is not that the decor isn't done well and obviously catering to the wealthy with martinis at $18.00. But I wanted to feel like I was in the mountains, instead I felt like I walked into a trendy New York City bar, complete with attitude! Although the drinks were worth every penny.
This is where I learned to snowboard back in the day before girls even did it! Now we go back to Spruce to hit the top few runs, which are usually less inhabited. The base is packed because of the ski schools and learning hills. If you are looking to learn or like the green runs however, the base is... More
This mountain is best for beginners and intermediate skiers (like myself) however it's a bit too crowded for my liking. I love how stowe mountain feels like you are in the wilderness... Spruce peak feels like a ski resort
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