5 Effortless Ways to “Unplug” this Fall

  Let’s take time to disconnect from our devices and reconnect with the outdoors. Swap the liking for hiking, the clicking for apple picking and email sending for family time spending. Start your digital detox with these activities, and unplugging will leave you rejuvenated to start the fall season.  Discover foliage at new heights Catch a ride on the Stratton gondola and before you know it you’ll … Continue reading 5 Effortless Ways to “Unplug” this Fall

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Expert Tips on How To Navigate the Brewfest

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. Greg’s (Meuleman’s Craft Drafts) Guide to Beer Festivals First,  don’t go to an event just  because it says “beer festival.”  Don’t get me wrong, beer is a good thing.   But on occasion … Continue reading Expert Tips on How To Navigate the Brewfest

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Stratton Mountain, Where the Beer Trails Meet

To every season there is a beer … and here in Vermont you’ll tap into some of the best in every style from crisp wheat to deep stout, from a bubbly framboise to the trendy sour. While IPAs are never out of style or season, 2016 is the year of the dry hopped sour, according to bon appetite as well as Stratton’s local beer expert … Continue reading Stratton Mountain, Where the Beer Trails Meet


The Fire Tower Restaurant & Tavern

By Lauren Suriani Who doesn’t love a good meal, especially when it’s delicious? Last night the marketing team at Stratton got a chance to try out the new restaurant located in the Stratton Village, The Fire Tower Restaurant & Tavern (formally Organic Pizza Company). If you were around at all this summer, you may have noticed some commotion in the village and a lot of … Continue reading The Fire Tower Restaurant & Tavern

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Full Palette Findings

By Myra Foster. I don’t know about you, but Brussels sprouts have never been among my favorites.  Until today. Caramelized on a  Vermont  Country Grillstone during a demonstration today at The Full Palette,   this formerly suspicious vegetable will be the star of my harvest table. Grilled mushrooms topped with brie,  perfectly charred onion,  salmon,  snowpeas, even tomatoes hold up to grilling thanks to the Martin … Continue reading Full Palette Findings