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Stowe is a wonderful destination in summer, fall, or winter. One of Vermont's first winter destination areas, it has managed the decades-long juggernaut of growth with patience. Condo developments and strip mall-style restaurants have arrived, to be sure, but the village has mostly preserved its essential character and balance -- including an old-fashioned main street and great views of surrounding mountains and across the farmlands of the valley floor. Thanks to its history and charm, this area tends to attract a more affluent clientele than, say, Killington or Okemo. Explore
Stowe is a year-round mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Start with a ride up Vermont’s highest peak and have a drink at the rustic Cliff House.
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Snowshoe, bike, take an art class, do yoga, go maple sugaring and enjoy weekly wine tastings at the oldest cross-country ski center in the U.S.
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Illegal traders and fugitive slaves in the 1800s took this route through the Green Mountains. Now hikers, bikers, picnickers and leaf peepers do.
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Opera, theater, chamber music, movies and stand-up comedy — program choices are eclectic at this year-round space at the foot of Mount Mansfield.
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