By Courtney DiFiore Imagine beginning your day with a beautiful sunrise over lush green mountains. As you gaze down into the valley, you bite into a locally grown apple. While stretching, you awe at the symphony of fall colors and plan out the rest of your day. Shall you take a swim in the local watering hole, play a few rounds on the links, rally … Continue reading Preparing For 2014-15 Winter Season
By Shane Kelly In honor of Men’s Health Awareness month, I find it appropriate to take time, sit back and recognize the importance of health and wellness. Stratton Mountain and the rest of the beautiful Green Mountain State provide endless opportunities and adventures to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.A healthy lifestyle leads to more than just a fit body, it opens doors to new … Continue reading Summer is for Adventure
Our guest blogger this month is Lauren, an RRCA certified coach and the mastermind behind Health on the Run. Her running and wellness blog has been a favorite among the sneakered set since 2010. Since then, she and her husband have started a new life (and a new family!) in Southern Vermont. Follow her adventures in running in the Green Mountains. This blog was originally written in December 2011, … Continue reading 10 Reasons to Ditch the Garmin
By Liz Millikin Nothing compares to the excitement of watching the best of the best competing on the global stage. In the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games, 2,873 athletes from 88 countries competed in 98 events, going for the gold. It was an especially exciting Olympics for the Stratton Mountain School, which sent a record-breaking 14 athletes to the competition. In addition to the SMS athletes, … Continue reading Congratulations to our Hometown Heroes
By Sam Mestel At 5:45, before the brink of dawn, I am awoken. I get my stuff on and leave the house as I head for the Otis first aid clinic at the base of the mountain, and what awaits is a long day of hard work. There I greet my friends, find out any news from the previous night and sign up for my … Continue reading A Day In The Life of A Junior Patroller
By Liz Millikin Having skied my entire life, I sort of assumed I was done learning. Certainly, I have a bad habit or two that need working on, but surely I’m done with the actual process of learning. Boy, I was I wrong. Last week, I hit the slopes with the amazing ladies of the Women On SnoW camp. My official job was to film, … Continue reading You’re Never Too Old To Learn
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!