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Parques y naturaleza en Stowe

Ski Area
“World class skiing, snowboarding, hiking, zip line tours, shopping, dining, ice skating, rock climbing wall, and so much more are available at SMR”
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Parque
“It is a VT State park near Stowe, VT. Elevation of 2,119 feet near Mt. Mansfield. ”
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Galería de arte
“Offers world-class contemporary art in a peaceful regional setting. Outdoors, among-st rolling lawns, trees, and a river, is a sculpture garden with stone and metal creations, the best of modern sculpture and a scenic mountain background.”
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Parque
“Wooded conservation area with a network of trails for hiking, snowshoeing & cross-country skiing.”
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Mirador
“A sheep pasture in the 1800's, this spot was popular with locals for picnicking and watching the sun descend "behind the spine of the Green Mountains" long before it was conserved in 1999 by the Stowe Land Trust. Located in Stowe Village off of Sunset Street or Taber Hill Road. Sunset Street entrance (walking directions): From the intersection of Route 100 and 108 in Stowe Village, head north on Route 100. Bear right onto Sunset Street and walk to the end of the street. The Sunset Trail is marked and begins off to the right. Parking is available on Main St or in Town. Parking on Sunset Street is reserved for residents.”
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Parque
“Fantastic hike that is quite challenging in steepness. Make it all day event by spotting a car at the trail head for the Pinnacle and take the Skyline Trail from the top of Hunger Mountain to Hog Back Mountain to the Pinnacle and down. Make sure you are physically prepared for this and have adequate supplies (food,clothing, water, etc).”
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Sendero
“The drive from Cambridge to Stowe is beautiful, winding, amazing! Tons to do in Stowe! The pond trail hike is a one mile hike to an incredible pond, accessible from the stop in the notch! It is a bit rugged, maybe not for young children under 5? Depends on your kiddo! ”
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Parque
“Amazing views and hiking. Meadow affords easier walk in on double track road to meadow with spur trail to the Pinnacle trail beyond the meadow. the top of the Pinnacle is a popular hike as it affords 360 degree views from a relatively short hike”
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Parque
“A blend of beginner, intermediate and advanced mountain biking trails that are maintained by Stowe Trails Partnership, and the state of Vermont. Membership (passes) can be purchased online at stowetrails.org. Park at the Cady Hill Forest Parking Lot or behind iRide Bike Shop on Mountain Rd to enter the trail network. ”
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Ski Lodge
“Another of VT's More poplar places to ski. Great elevation and variety. Over 100 Trails about 40 mins from the place. They also do have some night skiing. ”
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Parque
“Mount Mansfield. Vermont's highest peak. Elevation 4,393 vert ft. Extremely challenging route Gondola SkyRide up the Cliff Trail or moderate route, follow the Long Trail along the ridge line for 1.5 miles from the Visitor Center at the top of the Auto Toll Road.”
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Parque
“ With a short walk you can enjoy beautiful waterfalls, located between Morrisville and Stowe Village.”
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Parque
“There are many options for this mountain. During the summer it's beautiful to take a ride through Smuggler's Notch also.”
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Parque
“Very pretty. Please be careful around the upper sections where banks can be steep! It mellows out down river. ”
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Farm
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Sendero
“From cross country skiing to mountain biking to hiking to beer drinking... or just soaking up the Von Trapp Family history. Its a must visit.”
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