Vermont Ski Museum Preserves History in Stowe

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Vermont Ski Museum: Collect, Preserve, Celebrate

True to its motto to “Collect, Preserve, and Celebrate”, the Vermont Ski Museum is a fascinating treasure trove of memorabilia relating to the history of skiing in Vermont. Located in the Village of Stowe’s old Town Hall, which was built in 1818 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Vermont Ski Museum started its collection in 2002. Thanks to generous donations from the skiing community, the collection has grown to more than 5,200 catalogued items, many of which date back to the late 19th century.

Vermont

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Take a vacation in Vermont, the birthplace of skiing in America! Over a century ago, Norwegians who had settled in Stowe used skis to get around in winter on the impassable roads. Stowe, which is home to the highest mountain in the state, Mt Mansfield, was the venue of the first ski race held in […]

Stowe Mountain

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Situated at an elevation of 1280 ft, Stowe Mountain Resort is a great family resort. It offers a variety of accommodation, great services and, of course, top-notch ski trails. Guest can enjoy a comfortable environment while they shop, relax and ski to their heart’s content. Stow Mountain is located on Mount Mansfield – the state’s […]

Stowe Mountain Lodge Opening Mid-June

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The luxurious Stowe Mountain Lodge, set to open mid-June 2008, is nestled between Spruce Peak and Mount Mansfield in Stowe, Vermont. Stowe Mountain Lodge is setting a new standard in eco-friendliness, luxury and aesthetics in an up-market, eco-conscious community. Guests can rest assured that they will be thoroughly pampered, while at the same time having the assurance that their impact on the pristine mountain environment will be minimal.