In past years, renting skis was on par with skiing in jeans– if you wanted to look the part of … Continue reading “The Reason for Rentals” →
There’s some days where we can’t compete with Mother Nature and in true New England fashion, we have to grin … Continue reading “How to Have a Good Day in Bad Weather” →
We’re officially ten days away from WinterWonderGrass’s East Coast debut, and we couldn’t be more excited here at Stratton. A … Continue reading “Get in the Groove for WinterWonderGrass” →
With Christmas around the corner, Stratton Mountain’s VIllage has you covered when it comes to holiday shopping. Only steps away … Continue reading “Christmas Shopping 101” →
Opening day is just around the corner here at Stratton Mountain. Snow guns are on, gear is tuned, and snowcats … Continue reading “Opening Day Tips” →
The 50 day mark is here. That’s right everyone, we’ll be on snow in 50 days. Between new terrain and … Continue reading “Gear Up for the 2018-19 Season” →
It may be fall, but snow is on it’s way. With opening day two months out, it’s time to start … Continue reading “Workout for Winter” →
IPAs are basically the equivalent of pumpkin spice lattes when it comes to popularity, but that doesn’t mean we don’t … Continue reading “4 IPAs to Try at Brew Fest” →
September is officially hiking month here at Stratton. It’s the perfect time to explore all Vermont has to offer as … Continue reading “Hiking trails you need to hit this month” →
Blues, Brews and BBQs is just around the corner and officially marks our transition from summer to fall over Labor … Continue reading “Four Ciders to try Before Summer Ends” →
For those looking to up their environmentalism and health through food, found food and foraging is an ancient and adventurous … Continue reading “Slopeside Remedies” →
It’s official: we’re 100 days away from opening day and work is well underway on the new Snow Bowl Lift. … Continue reading “Snow Bowl Update” →
It has been a sweat and friend filled weekend here at Stratton . Since Friday, athletes from over 10 countries, … Continue reading “Getting Down and Dirty – NorAMOCR Championships at Stratton” →
It’s 4:45 am on a Saturday in late July. Normally I would be sound asleep, but instead I’m standing … Continue reading “Summer Hiking with Hubert” →
Between downward dogs and countless chaturangas, I wandered into a tent of crystals. As a jack of all trades and … Continue reading “Crystal Clear” →
“Our motto is ‘Find Your True North’ which for us means… finding a way to live a healthy and inspired … Continue reading “It’s More than a Yoga Festival- it’s an Experience” →
Confidence. Determination. Ignorance. Those were the 3 key ingredients that set me up for one tough Thursday afternoon, as I … Continue reading “Grizzly’s Hot Wing Challenge” →
I got my first taste of the 24 Hours of Stratton as I walked into the base lodge at 8 … Continue reading “All in a Day’s – and Night’s – work” →
Today’s news was met with a round of applause heard across the mountain. Capital projects totaling $10 million will enhance … Continue reading “New Snow Bowl Lift, Mountain Bike Trails on the Way” →
Last Saturday morning I was walking through the village about to get my daily bacon, egg, and cheese on a … Continue reading “BMW Winter XDrive Experience with Ricky Buhr and Pro NASCAR driver James Bickford” →
I was delighted to take part in one of Stratton’s newest culinary experiences, the Snowcat Dinner at Mid-Mountain Lodge. We … Continue reading “Stratton’s New Snowcat Ride With Dinner” →
What’s going on Stratton Mountain! My name is Ricky Buhr and I am one of your Snow Reporters for this … Continue reading “A Day In The Life of a Stratton Snow Reporter” →
With Stratton’s diverse set of culinary offerings, families can spend weeks exploring the mountain and still find new, wholesome, and … Continue reading “Good Eats On The Mountain” →
As my seventh Wanderlust VT approached, I wondered. Could I experience a full festival without doing a single chaturanga? Yes. … Continue reading “Another Way to Wanderlust” →
Ever wonder how Benton McKaye got the idea to create a footpath from Georgia to Maine? Or what spurred James … Continue reading “Take a Hike! It’s Prime Time” →
Stratton has joined Vermont outdoor and snow sports leaders in endorsing Protect Our Winters and encouraging Governor Phil Scott and the legislature to be … Continue reading “Our Number One Asset” →
Start your digital detox with these activities, and unplugging will leave you rejuvenated to start the fall season.
It was 1991 when Jake Burton Carpenter presented Stratton with a trophy that recognized the mountain for opening the hearts … Continue reading “Mind Your Method” →
Ready to find the perfect gift for dad? Here’s our 19 picks every dad is sure to love.
Stratton’s summer-long series of outdoor concerts returns for another season, featuring internationally recognized musicians Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Three Dog Night, Greensky Bluegrass, Rusted Root and Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass on select weekends July-October.
An inside look at the event’s birth and looking back on the event’s deep roots in the history and progression of snowboarding.
Since it’s Vermont Beer Week, we called on our local expert to give us some tips on beerfests in general , and specifically what you will find during Stratton’s Columbus Day Weekend event.
Luckily, when the weather’s too hot to earn the scenic views via hike, there’s swimming holes waiting for you to kick-back, relax and enjoy the view.
Sure, weekends are the best, but have you ever skied midweek? Ask any employee or local and they’ll tell you … Continue reading “The Best Known Secret- Midweek Skiing” →