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New Snow Bowl Lift, Mountain Bike Trails on the Way

by: Myra Foster
Capital projects totaling $10 million will enhance the Stratton experience throughout the year, with a new high-speed Snow Bowl lift topping the list of investments for 2018-19.

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Mother Nature and Stratton Mountain Deliver the Goods for the Vermont Open
March 14, 2018 • All About Apres Ski

The last time that I was at the Vermont Open was three years ago, during one of the worst ski winters the east has had on record. I can remember temps the week leading up to the event, soaring into the high 50's, wreaking havoc on the conditions all over the mountain and leaving Stratton Mountain in a bit of a bind only days before the event. Yet, kudos to them for doing an incredible job getting everything in order and despite the adverse situation, putting on an amazing show. This time around the situation could not have been more different. With Mother Nature dumping roughly 44 inches of snow over the course of four days leading up to and during the Vt. Open, Stratton was more then set with some of the best powder conditions that I have skied in my life. However, epic snow conditions was only the half of it. With parties and concerts running through the weekend, including Vermont's own, Twiddle headlining the entire music festival, Stratton delivered an experience for the ages.


January 24, 2018 • Conscious Connection

Having grown up in the northeast, we’ve dealt with our fair share of winter storms. But the week we’d planned to visit Stratton, Vermont, the “Bomb Cyclone”—which blasted the Eastern Seaboard with a foot of snow, winds in excess of 55 miles per hour, and temperatures as low as negative 20 degrees—was in a class of its own.
The storm served as a fitting reminder of why—as climate change makes extreme weather events more frequent—sustainability is more important than ever. And why we return again and again to Stratton Mountain Resort, which prioritizes sustainable business practices to minimize its environmental impact.
Fortunately for us, our decision to brave the weather paid off: Our weekend in Stratton turned out to bring the best skiing conditions the mountain had seen all season.


Traveling With Kids: Stratton Mountain Resort
January 30, 2018 • By: Christine Koh
One of the best things about our adventures in learning to ski as a family has been the fact that we all started as beginners -- I actually just did a Facebook Live yesterday on the benefits of trying new things and encourage you to check that out. And while I was really excited to visit Stratton Mountain Resort this past weekend, I will admit that I was also fretting a bit. Why? First, because I bought boots this year and killed my big toes (toe bang) on my first outing of the season (they are still black and blue almost 2 months later!). And second, on our last ski outing with friends my toes were still in a really painful state + there were no green trails open so I went on an (allegedly) easy blue trail and literally thought I was going to die! I am subsequently THRILLED to report that Stratton was a huge success; the boot adjustments I made early in the season worked and I was free of toe pain, and I regained my happiness and confidence on the slopes!


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