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Stowe Planning to Provide Lift Served Mountain Biking
Stowe Planning to Provide Lift Served Mountain Biking
Two downhill mountain bike trails could debut in 2016.
Monday, September 21, 2015, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
With an increasing number of ski areas offering lift served mountain biking, Stowe Mountain Resort applied for a Vermont Act 250 permit on September 14, 2015.

The filing proposes the construction of a 3.85 mile beginner trail and a 2.55 mile advanced trail. The new trails would generally be located in wooded areas with a few ski trail crossings and would be serviced by the 1,170 vertical foot Mountain Triple Chairlift.

The two trails, which could debut in 2016, would be the first phase in a larger mountain bike project.

Stowe previously offered lift served mountain biking on Spruce Peak from circa 1998 through 2000.

Killington, Okemo, Q Burke, Mount Snow, and Sugarbush currently offer lift served mountain biking in Vermont.

Stowe Mountain Bike Map
Stowe Mountain Bike Map

Stowe Mountain Bike Map
Stowe Mountain Bike Map




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  • Stowe Mountain Resort on NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
  • Stowe Mountain Resort on NewEnglandSkiHistory.com


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