Why You Should Visit Stowe, Vermont

Because skiing is just the beginning
Stowe, Vermont, has been a longtime winter destination with its tall, powdery peaks, and world-class slopes. Turns out, there are more things to do in Stowe, VT other than its top-notch skiing. The town itself is charming, and quintessential New England, and boasts a range of locally-owned businesses to meet your every need. For a sweet start to your day, you’ve got a couple terrific options. If you need something quick, head to Black Cap Coffee for one of their signature maple lattes and a freshly-baked pastry. If you’ve got more time, check out Butler’s Pantry Breakfast, and make sure to order the famous maple sausage. If you’re in the mood for a little retail therapy, stop by Shaw’s General Store, a local institution open since1895, which stocks a bit of everything, from novelties and gifts to clothing. And on Main Street is where you’ll find The Country store, a chic shop purveying a well-stocked collection of home goods. In need of a little grooming session? Then beeline to Stowe Barber Shop for sensible (and affordable) haircuts.

Tags

winter, travel tips, shopping, ski, Food+Drink

Location

Stowe, VT

Hotel/Resort

The Lodge at Spruce Peak

Category

Local's Guides

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