By Tyler Lewis and Adam Gray (aka. your 2013-14 Season Snow Reporters) Between picking out a costume and preparing for a party you can spend hours researching and preparing to make sure you do it right. Lucky for you we’ve already compiled some of the best winter costume and party ideas all in one place. If you’re anything like us in the Snow Reporting office … Continue reading Halloween Bash Done Right
By Courtney DiFiore Last weekend wasn’t just the Grand Re-Opening of Syd’s, Burton and First run; it was the Grand Re-Opening of the Village as a whole. Stratton Mountain Market and Deli is running full speed ahead with The Fire Tower, another new Village Dining location, hot on their tail to open. Head Case is also a soon to be addition to the Village, supplying … Continue reading The Village at Stratton Mountain
By Rob Chrostowski I LOVE beer and chili, so suffice it to say I’m excited for the Chili Cook-off and Brew Fest this weekend! There’s nothing better than a cold beer to take the edge out of some spicy food. Light lagers and amber ales pair quite well with Chili and are perfect to cool off those taste buds. If you like it more on the … Continue reading Beer & Chili
By Ted Rung The 2013/14 season is shaping up to be a fun and exciting time in the snowboard world at Stratton. A large part of our focus in preparing for this season has been on our two full service snowboard shops. Not one, but both snowboard shops have been completely remodeled to provide a better shopping experience for all of our customers. We feel … Continue reading Rejuvenating the Snowboarding Culture at Stratton Mt.
By Courtney DiFiore As if there isn’t enough awesome activities happening on Stratton this weekend, this morning there was a Be. Ready Free Workshop held at the Ski and Snowboard School building. Sure we love the winter for skiing and riding but come opening day, a lot of us aren’t in the best condition to really shred the mountain how we imagine. I picture myself taking … Continue reading Who’s ready to ski and ride?
By Courtney DiFiore The sun is high in the sky, the air is still and you’re sweating buckets…what do you do? No, you don’t run inside to the comfort of your air conditioner. The answer I was looking for was “What is the Stratton Snowmaking Pond Alex.” Many people will tell you it’s a popular spot and I suppose it is; however, I’ve been there … Continue reading Things to do in Southern Vermont – Stratton Snowmaking Pond
By Courtney DiFiore It’s that time, BBQ’s are every other weekend, you’re now living off watermelon and sweet tea, the smell of sunblock is in the air, and the kids are out of school and driving you crazy. Yes, it’s summer and everyone’s looking for something fun to do. Many who spend the summer at Stratton always come asking the same question, “What is there … Continue reading Things to do in Southern Vermont – TimberQuest