What’s New for 2015 Stratton invests $7 million for a two-year total of $21 million Stratton Mountain, VT — It truly is Christmas in July as shiny new gondola cabins, the latest HKD snowguns, new snowcats, two new glades, buses and bullwheels, grips, racks and rental gear … arrive in what will be a $7 million capital investment for the upcoming season at Stratton Mountain. … Continue reading What’s New for 2015
By Myra Foster Every day is different as our farms and gardens deliver a rolling cast of flavors and colors. Of fruits and vegetables. Today it’s favas, bright green in their giant pods and nothing at all like those beige beans you find in the supermarket. Even if you are no Silence of the Lambs fan, you must try fresh fava beans during their ever-so-brief … Continue reading Go ahead. Play with your food.
By Guinevere Hilton I walked into my first workshop at Wanderlust at Stratton Mountain with an abundance of body image issues, and a well developed arsenal of was to deal with them. I was ready. I knew that I could find lots of reasons to hate on myself, to compare and despair, to judge, belittle and then hop on the self-improvement train (which for me … Continue reading Wanderlust re-dux
By Adam Wanamaker What is a glade skiing, powder-stash steward to do when the snow melts in southern Vermont? The most obvious answer is to go hiking. Hiking is relaxing. It affords 360o movement on the mountain, an opportunity to explore and discover hidden nooks and crannies typically buried in the winter, a chance to meet some of the diverse wildlife and discover the down-right mesmerizing … Continue reading Let’s Ride!
By Courtney DiFiore Health is important, but it shouldn’t be a point of stress or anxiety. By incorporating healthy habits and activities into your lifestyle, fitness will become a source of happiness and peace. Some people spend their whole lives searching for the secret to happiness. According to Bill Nupp, Vice President of Lodging and Community Relations, keeping it simple is the key. “My active … Continue reading Keep It Simple – A profile of Bill Nupp
Posted by David Edry Jun 11th, 5:34pm I want to share some exciting Stratton Ski Racing news! Stratton’s Head U12 Coach, Katie Mallia, has been named as the 2014 VARA (Vermont Alpine Racing Assoc.) Development Coach of the Year!! Woohoo!! She’ll receive her official recognition and award at the 2014 VARA Gala this fall. This is exciting news and reinforces that Stratton Racing is moving … Continue reading Katie Mallia named 2014 VARA Development Coach of the Year
By Courtney DiFiore If there’s a Richter scale for adventure, you’ll find Craig Panarisi registering an 11. But what Stratton’s vice president of mountain operations loves just as much as dropping into the next chute or gliding off the highest peak is sharing great outdoor experiences ranging from mellow to the extreme. With a passion for the outdoors instilled at a young age, Panarisi grew … Continue reading It’s in his nature – A Profile of Craig Panarisi