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Stowe Ski Map

Stowe Ski Area

Some have coined Stowe the “Ski Capital of the East” and while others might contest that title, there’s no denying that Stowe encapsulates much of what makes skiing on the East Coast so wonderful. Stowe ski area is situated on Vermont’s highest peak, Mount Mansfield, and with well over 2,300 vertical feet of skiable terrain, it’s a big mountain that feels even bigger. It doesn’t hurt either that Stowe receives over 300 inches of snow every year, which means powder days are plentiful, and there’s plenty of coverage to open all the terrain available. Stowe has something for every skier and rider, from mellow groomers and great terrain parks to much more challenging terrain. In fact, 29% of Stowe’s terrain is rated as “expert only” which means there’s plenty of potential to push yourself and progress as a skier.

In this Stowe ski map, James Niehues captures the entirety of Stowe mountain, from the wonderful village on the valley floor, to the intimidating summit of Mount Mansfield. Every ski run is visible, along with notable buildings located in the town of Stowe. So if you left part of your heart on Mount Mansfield and want to relive the glory of every run you’ve skied at Stowe in hand-painted detail, this map is a must-have.

 

Location: Mount Mansfield Lamoille County Stowe, Vermont United States

Nearest city: Burlington

Coordinates: 44°31′55″N 72°47′15″W

Vertical: 2,360 ft (719 m)

Top elevation: 3,719 ft (1,134 m)

Base elevation: 1,559 ft (475 m)

Skiable area: 485 acres (1.96 km2)

Runs: 116 total , - 2% - beginner , - 7% - intermediate , - 91% - advancer/expert

Longest run: Toll Road: 4.3 miles (7 km)

Lift system: 12 total - 2 gondolas - 4 high-speed quads - 2 triples - 2 doubles - 2 surface lifts

Lift capacity: 15,516 per hour

Terrain parks: 4

Snowfall: 314 in (800 cm)

Snowmaking: 83%

Night skiing: none

Stowe Ski Map

Stowe Resort in Stowe, Vermont

Painted in 1990

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Stowe Ski Area

Some have coined Stowe the “Ski Capital of the East” and while others might contest that title, there’s no denying that Stowe encapsulates much of what makes skiing on the East Coast so wonderful. Stowe ski area is situated on Vermont’s highest peak, Mount Mansfield, and with well over 2,300 vertical feet of skiable terrain, it’s a big mountain that feels even bigger. It doesn’t hurt either that Stowe receives over 300 inches of snow every year, which means powder days are plentiful, and there’s plenty of coverage to open all the terrain available. Stowe has something for every skier and rider, from mellow groomers and great terrain parks to much more challenging terrain. In fact, 29% of Stowe’s terrain is rated as “expert only” which means there’s plenty of potential to push yourself and progress as a skier.

In this Stowe ski map, James Niehues captures the entirety of Stowe mountain, from the wonderful village on the valley floor, to the intimidating summit of Mount Mansfield. Every ski run is visible, along with notable buildings located in the town of Stowe. So if you left part of your heart on Mount Mansfield and want to relive the glory of every run you’ve skied at Stowe in hand-painted detail, this map is a must-have.

 

Location: Mount Mansfield Lamoille County Stowe, Vermont United States

Nearest city: Burlington

Coordinates: 44°31′55″N 72°47′15″W

Vertical: 2,360 ft (719 m)

Top elevation: 3,719 ft (1,134 m)

Base elevation: 1,559 ft (475 m)

Skiable area: 485 acres (1.96 km2)

Runs: 116 total , - 2% - beginner , - 7% - intermediate , - 91% - advancer/expert

Longest run: Toll Road: 4.3 miles (7 km)

Lift system: 12 total - 2 gondolas - 4 high-speed quads - 2 triples - 2 doubles - 2 surface lifts

Lift capacity: 15,516 per hour

Terrain parks: 4

Snowfall: 314 in (800 cm)

Snowmaking: 83%

Night skiing: none

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Legendary Ski Artist James Niehues

If you are a skier or snowboarder, there is a good chance James Niehues has been your mountain guide. Throughout his 30 year career he has worked at the  smallest hills and the most expansive resorts in North America.  He has left his mark in South America, Australia, Asia and Europe too.   And even if you have never shared a bottomless powder day with him, he has always been close by.