Stowe Recreation Path is the perfect intro for a fat biking route. Get used to the adventurous feeling of biking on snow as you enjoy the 10 mile round trip tour along the Mountain Road and back. During your ride on the Stowe Recreation Path, you can take advantage of several restaurants and shops and take in the views of the Stowe area.
Smuggler’s Notch Rd is great for those looking for a scenic climb. This historic path, once used to smuggle alcohol during prohibition, is closed to cars from May-Nov. due to its rugged, windy path around large boulders. In the winter, it becomes a highway and local favorite for outdoor recreation. As you bike your way up through the pass, peaking at 2200 feet just 2 miles north from the Stowe Mountain Lodge, you will see people ice climbing, backcountry skiing & riding, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sledding and simply walking their dogs.
Cady Hill Forest Take your fat biking skills to new levels at Stowe Village’s own network of single and double track tails. With over 11 miles of trail on nearly 260 acres of land, Cady Hill is a local favorite spot in the winter to bike, snowshoe and Nordic ski. With downhill machine made trails like Florence and more technical trails like Zog’s and Bridgey, there is something for everyone looking to progress their fat biking skills.