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> STOWE, VERMONT F or generations, skiers and boarders have been flocking to Spruce Peak at Stowe Mountain, one of the highest-ranking ski resorts in the Northeast. Happily, the raw beauty of the Green Mountains has not changed over the years, and Stowe remains a quintessential Vermont town of covered bridges and church spires. Stowe Mountain Resort has, however, evolved into a destination replete with exceptional lifestyle opportunities and top-notch service. Say good-bye to lugging skis and boots across an icy parking lot. Say hello to waking up and gazing at the mountain, where you can visualize your daily ski report. Spruce Peak at Stowe has most recently undergone an ambitious $500 million mountainside development project, which includes a

certified sommeliers at the helm. The chef ’s farm-to-table tasting dinner with wine pairings offers an exceptional culinary adventure. In 2017, Stowe Mountain was acquired by Vail Resorts, the operator of some of North America’s leading resorts, including Park City, Whistler, Vail, and Beaver Creek. A new high speed gondola links Mt. Mansfield, famous for its expert runs, with the Front Four, a perfect beginner mountain, offering the full gamut of skiing terrain. Stowe Mountain is now included in Vail’s Epic Pass; ski out west, and use your Epic Pass for weekend getaways to Stowe. If this premier lifestyle community sounds like the perfect second home, consider ownership at Spruce Peak at Stowe. The Front Four Private Residences are penthouse mountain-view residences with fractional share ownership. Imagine waking up to a full breakfast buffet

Village Center with an ice-skating rink, a 400-seat Performing Arts Center, high-end ski clothing and gear shops, restaurants, a $90 million Adventure Center and Alpine Clubhouse linked together by heated sidewalks. For action junkies, a busy day on the ski slopes can be followed by evenings on the ice rink, curling lessons, a further challenge scaling the indoor rock climbing

and relishing the evening wine and cheese, both served in the Front Four lounge. Owners also delight in the underground, heated parking, 24-hour room service, and a private concierge who will arrange anything from a guided ski adventure to personalized pre- arrival groceries delivered to your door. For whole ownership, the Village Townhomes are 4-bedroom homes with soaring wood-beam ceilings and 20’ high window views of Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak. Another option for devotees of Stowe Mountain is

wall, or a starlit snowshoeing adventure. At the Performing Arts Center, movies and live performances from jazz to the Russian Ballet are geared for every age group. The heart of Stowe’s alpine village is the Lodge at Spruce Peak, a ski-in ski-out hotel with a 21,000 sq. ft. world class Spa and Wellness Center, outdoor heated lap pool and hot tubs. Hourglass Lounge specializes in regional microbrews on tap and bistro fare using local seasonal ingredients. Solstice Restaurant is a AAA Four Diamond awarded venue, with a three-star Michelin trained chef and two

membership at The Club at Spruce Peak, a members-only club with a self-contained Alpine Clubhouse Restaurant and Lodge; privileges include a 36-hole golf course, social events throughout the year as well as gear storage, underground heated parking, and a ski valet. All this makes Spruce Peak New England’s premier mountain destination for year-round adventures.Whether one is skiing, hiking, fishing, kayaking, biking, or golfing, Spruce Peak at StoweMountain is just a car ride away. sprucepeak.com stowe.com

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