Would You Do This For 24 Hours!?

By Courtney DiFiore March, as always, is packed with events at Stratton. Spring skiing and fun events go together like peanut butter and jelly – a classic combination. Last weekend, the Vermont Open rocked the resort with amazing riders of all levels. This time around, it’s anyone’s game as we kick off the Annual 24 Hours of Stratton. This is your chance to enjoy skiing … Continue reading Would You Do This For 24 Hours!?

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Run for Life

By Myra Foster You’ve no doubt heard that Vermont consistently ranks at the top for both health and happiness. Yup, fit and happy. They go together like kale and quinoa. Ben & Jerry. As skis and snowboards go in, bikes come out. There’s hiking, paddling, softball, soccer, Frisbee. And gardening, that’ll put a smile on your face and fresh, organic, absolutely local food on the … Continue reading Run for Life


The Running Turkey Prepares for the Gobble Gobble Wobble

By Tyler Lewis Who’s ready for the Gobble Gobble Wobble? I am! What’s not to love about a 5K with Fun costumes, great people and a great 5K course in the Stratton Village? Nothing. I for one will be wearing a massive turkey costume for the duration of the event and couldn’t be happier about it. The first thing I do when I decide to … Continue reading The Running Turkey Prepares for the Gobble Gobble Wobble


Don’t put the Wobble in Gobble Gobble Wobble!

By Courtney DiFiore Start your training for the 8th Annual Gobble Gobble Wobble today! It’s officially 9 weeks until Stratton’s 8th Annual Gobble Gobble Wobble and we can’t wait! If you’re like some of my co-workers in the office you’re already thinking about the race because they’re on the hunt for the best training program. Yes, that’s right, some people are new to running and … Continue reading Don’t put the Wobble in Gobble Gobble Wobble!


Riding High

By Courtney DiFiore July has become cycling month here at Stratton and it makes a lot of sense with all the bike racing that happens this month, not only in Southern Vermont, but around the world. In honor of this theme, I’ve compiled a few benefits to cycling. 1. It’s easy on the body. Cycling puts very little impact on joints making it an easy … Continue reading Riding High

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Stratton Gets Extreme

By Courtney DiFiore The Extreme Wolverine Challenge is exactly what it sounds like…extreme and quite the challenge. In fact, it’s advertised as being “built by man, designed for beast, conquered by extreme athletes.” -_- Yeah, exactly. The race is a challenging combination of 6miles (on a mountain! – which I’d say is challenging enough of its own) and 15-20 obstacles scattered throughout. Money is raised … Continue reading Stratton Gets Extreme