Stowe is Vermont’s premier resort town featuring world renowned attractions and activities, exciting cultural and sporting events, award winning restaurants, great artisan shopping, and boundless outdoor recreation possibilities.
In The Warmer Seasons
Things to do
Biking from the Inn
Guests of the inn have direct access to Stowe’s 5.3 mile (8.5 km) award winning paved recreation path. The path starts at the inn, winds its way through forests and meadows, crosses the West Branch River 11 times on arched wooden bridges, and eventually ends at the Stowe Village, with easy access to Main St. Along the way are numerous shops, lodges, and restaurants all most accessible from the path. The inn has a selection of bicycles for our guests use. However, If we don’t have what your looking for, the folks at the Nordic Barn Bike Rentals located just next-door will have the perfect bike for you!
Stowe is one of the top mountain bike destinations in New England, The Boston Globe named it “mountain biking mecca”. Stowe has a large network of trails that are fun and challenging for every ability.
The outdoor pool area offers hours of enjoyment with it's scenic mountain views, extensive Perennial gardens and crystal clear mountain stream water. The generous lawn space that surrounds the pool provides an excellent atmosphere for relaxing in the sun and socializing with friends and family.
Fishing at Stowe
Stowe offers year round fishing, boasting over 90 species of fish. Waterways surrounding Stowe provide intimate and picturesque experiences in the deepest and most beautiful of natural spaces. Settled right behind Innsbruck Inn and running along the bike path, is the West Branch Little River, a seven mile rocky bottom stream that is home to a fair population of Trout.
Arbortrek Canopy Adventures
Get ready to soar through the forests and explore the wilds of the Green Mountains of Vermont as you ride up to 4,500 feet of zip lines, cross sky bridges high above the forest floor, and rappel from trees. Nestled in a scenic valley below Smugglers Notch, the zip line canopy tour is designed to provide access to reaches of the forest canopy and views of the area otherwise not available to hikers and explorers
Canoeing & Kayaking
There is no better way to see Vermont's breathtaking landscape than from a canoe or kayak. Before a road system was developed in our area, the Native Americans used the rivers as a major mode of transportation. You, too can experience the freedom and beauty that they did, as you paddle downstream on the Lamoille and Winooski Rivers. Umiak Outfitters provides rentals, guided tours and seasonal programs for all ages and abilities. Rental outposts are set-up at Lake Elmore, Waterbury Reservoir and on Lake Champlain’s waterfront. Visit Umiak.com or call 802.253.2317. Green River Canoe and Kayak offers rentals with shuttle and a variety of guided trips, such as the evening wildlife watch. Call 802.644.8336.
See Vermont from above. Enjoy a spectacular flight through the Champlain Valley with views of magnificent Mt. Mansfield, Camel's Hump and Lake Champlain, all at the same time! The folks at Above Reality ballooning will take you for a flight that you'll always remember.... Over scenic meadows, mountain streams and covered bridges... A great vacation experience!