Stowe Mountain Lodge Blog
Stowe Mountain Lodge's resident fromager, Tom Damerell recently visited the farm of one of the most popular cheeses served at Solstice on our signature cheese menu. The Major farm is renowned for their Vermont artisan cheese, and Tom had the opportunity to spend the day on their farm, celebrating why Vermont cheese is so authentically special.
Barefoot Running at its Best at Stowe Mountain Lodge
Stowe Mountain Lodge's resident fitness guru, Rebecca Rahilly is all about barefoot running! And here's why:
With the cool nights and sunny days ahead, the stage is set for a brilliant display of fall foliage in Vermont at higher elevations, such as at the top of Mt. Mansfield.
Autumn Cooking in New England: Squash Soup Recipe
The leaves start changing just a little bit earlier in Northern Vermont, and I for one am very happy. I love the autumn season; the crisp breeze and the smell of damp leaves starts the creative juices flowing for my chefs and me.
Help us Celebrate International Housekeeping Week
Every year the associates and managers at our Stowe lodge, take a little time out of their busy schedules to celebrate International Housekeeping Week.
If you love the outdoors as much as I do and you don’t want to abandon your workout, join me for Yogalates in the Enchanted Forest Saturdays at 11:00am. If you are looking for more of a calorie burning class, guests of Stowe Mountain Lodge can continue their cardio workout with Cardio Stowe-Ga.
Experiencing a glider ride over the Green Mountains with Stowe Soaring is an adventure that shouldn't be missed when visiting Stowe, Vermont.
My first trip started out with Don, master glider pilot, explaining to me how he feels as though he should have been born a bird. That makes sense, I thought, for someone who spends their days flying a non-motorized air craft.
Baking is a compilation of some of my favorite things in life: science, art, creativity and dessert. In New England, seasonal baking is at its best, with a variety of ingredients at different times of year.
The end of summer and early fall is the time for the last barbecues, bonfires, spending time with friends and family outdoors, soaking up the afternoon sun and loving food.
For me, after going on a nice long run in the sun, all I want is some fresh fruit or nice berries. I’m lucky enough to live in an area that has so many great foods that are grown close by, including blueberries and apples.
Living in New England is a treasure of sorts for local ingredients. Besides being able to enjoy those delicious treats on my own time, I have the great opportunity to work with local ingredients baking for Stowe Mountain Lodge's fantastic restaurants.