Can you explain the intangible? What is it like to float on 5 inches of fresh powder and why does the world seem to silence itself as you navigate through a canopy of trees meticulously picking your line? A variety of adjectives strung together just won’t do justice. For special moments like these, a hands on approach is best. Just like these intangibles, explaining what … Continue reading Job Opening: Snow Reporter
Imagine stepping foot on the exact spot Benton MacKaye conceived the idea of the Appalachian Trail, upon which thousands of hikers trek from Georgia to Maine each year. Well, when you arrive at the Stratton Mountain fire tower, you will be standing on on that exact spot. Built in 1921 and now a National Historic Landmark, the fire tower sits atop the tallest peak in southern … Continue reading Venture Vermont: Stratton Fire Tower Hike
If one lesson was learned at this year’s spectacular Wanderlust Festival, it’s that yoga practice isn’t limited to a mat in a workout room. Thousands of yogis traveled to Stratton Mountain for Wanderlust to stretch it out on stand up paddle boards, hammocks, slack lines and mountain trails. Inspired by this growing trend, Stratton Mountain yoga instructors will be taking their teaching practice off the … Continue reading Stratton Yogis take their Practice off the Mat
By Courtney DiFiore Officially, summer starts June 21st, but at Stratton we’re starting early! Our 27-hole Championship Golf Course is open, tennis is in full swing, and hikers & bikers have been flocking to the mountain. In addition to the many summer activities we offer, this year’s event lineup should get you excited. Kicking things off is a Memorial Day Doubles Tennis Tournament May 23-25 … Continue reading Summer ’15 Event Line-Up
By Courtney DiFiore When you live for snow and the thrill of finding your line, it’s hard to say good-bye come spring. Like the sunset, closing day will come and we can’t stop it; however, we can make the most of it. There a few things every skier and riding visiting Stratton should check off their to-do list. Have you done them all this season? … Continue reading End of Season Bucket List
By Kirby Daly When a friend asked me the other day if I wanted to go for a fat bike ride I thought he was trying to tell me that I needed to start working out because I was fat. Being offended, I started laying in to him. It wasn’t until he began to laugh hysterically that I realized I was missing something. “No” he … Continue reading Who you calling Fat?
By Charlie Reetz The DL is sometime known as the Down Low, meaning what’s the word on the streets. If I were to apply this meaning I could tell you that there’s an after after party at my place in Styles Brook following Saturday’s Marchdi Gras festival…but keep that on the DL. The anagram also means the Disabled List meaning because of an injury I … Continue reading Keep It on the DL