Stowe Mountain Lodge Blog
The Crossroads of Spring Migration in Stowe, Vermont
Spring and mud season is one of Vermont’s under appreciated seasons. On the surface it looks as if the ski resorts are closing and a ride on any unpaved road often becomes something resembling the Monster Truck Mud Bog Showdown. On the other hand, the days are, seductively, growing in length making for heady days of corn skiing, goggle tan, and cold beer in the parking lot with friends new and old. All this takes place against the back drop of a natural community whose own rhythms are changing and transforming into the vibrancy of spring. To the uninitiated spring bird migration is often thought of, or associated with, the beautiful strings of geese flying south or north as the season dictates.
For a truly exceptional recipe to impress freinds, family or out-of-town guests this spring, try our Smoked Steelhead Trout recipe below. It's light, fresh and a perfect way to kick off this time of year. OR, simply come to Solstice for a night out and enjoy it surrounded by friends at Stowe Mountain Lodge.