Stowe, Vermont is a premier golf destination with 36 incredibly manicured greens that cater to all levels of ability. Stowe Country Club, steeped in history on a former turn-of-the-century dairy farm in the village of Stowe, offers 18 holes on 6,200 yards that challenge any golfer. For the beginner, enroll in the Vermont Golf Academy at Stowe Country Club to polish your game. For a more exclusive golfing experience, play the course that has caught the attention of the golfing world.WATCH VIDEO
Take the ultimate scenic route from Mt. Mansfield – Vermont’s highest peak! ZipTour is one of the longest, fastest, and most exhilarating zipline experiences in the United States! Known as the ultimate point-to-point sky adventure, the zip trolley’s sophisticated braking system allows adventurers to safely control their line speed – reaching up to 60 miles per hour!
Stowe’s Tree Top Adventure is composed of six different courses of aerial tree-to-tree connections with 68 various challenges and game elements. Experience diverse and exciting challenges in the canopy of the Mansfield forest with confidence while attached to continuous safety cables. The guided activity is idea for all ages and offers outstanding pre-programed team-building facilities for groups!
For those with little mountain enthusiasts, the camp leaders at Stowe Summer Adventure Camps create experiences for children that cater to our surroundings and create unforgettable memories.WATCH VIDEO
The Historic Auto Toll Road offers an unforgettable driving adventure with a narrow, zigzag route up to the summit ridge of Mt. Mansfield for breathtaking views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack.
Experience Vermont one sip at a time. Sample wines, spirits, and ciders at the historic Boyden Valley Winery, or visit any number of the local Vermont microbreweries in the area for some great beers and hard ciders! Guided tours are available, including Bike and Brew.
The possibilities around Stowe Mountain Lodge are astounding. Enjoy a relaxing walk on a nature path or a challenging Mount Mansfield summit. A fifteen minute hike or a full day adventure is at your fingertips within a short walk or drive of the lodge. Lace up and enjoy the experience at these popular Vermont vacation spots.WATCH VIDEO
Explore Vermont from the waterways! Leisurely take in the scenery and wildlife from a canoe or kayak, or try the immensely popular Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP). Guided tours are available including Water & Wine.WATCH VIDEO
By Lajoie Stables
Your trail ride will take you on a relaxing, serene tour through the hardwoods, on into a grove of Blue Spruce and then through the pristine open pastures. Views of Mount Mansfield will encompass you and take your breath away during this quintessential Vermont outing.WATCH VIDEO
By Sunrise Mountain Guides
Perfect for families, groups or anyone who wants to try out climbing for the first time via Sunrise Mountain Guides. The focus will be on shorter "top roped" climbs for every ability level. This is an excellent opportunity for those who are new to the sport. We will focus on safety, communication, technique and a variety of equipment. All equipment included.WATCH VIDEO
Join highly skilled instructors for an outing on one of Vermont's pristine trout streams. Under the watchful eye of your guide, you'll cast flies to Wily Brook, Brown, and Rainbow Trout amidst a serene environment.
All tours begin at Fly Rod Shop headquarters in the lower village of Stowe. Actual fishing locations vary by current river conditions.WATCH VIDEO
Mountain biking in Vermont is quickly gaining notoriety, and the Stowe area offers some of the very best mountain biking in the state! With over 50 miles of trails, the area offers rides of every length for adventurers of all skill levels. Lessons and guided tours also available.WATCH VIDEO
One of the simple pleasures of cycling is the scenery that one encounters while on the road. Fortunately, for visitors of Stowe, Vermont, the area offers many scenic routes for road cyclists to enjoy eight months of the year.
Stowe offers a riding experience for all levels including challenging hills for the accomplished cyclist. As with many rural areas, the roads here can be a bit narrow and the shoulders are often small. However, Vermont drivers are used to sharing the road and tend to be very courteous to cyclists.