Tag: VT

Run for Life

By Myra Foster You’ve no doubt heard that Vermont consistently ranks at the top for both health and happiness. Yup, fit and happy. They go together like kale and quinoa. Ben & Jerry. As skis and snowboards go in, bikes come out. There’s hiking, paddling, softball, soccer, Frisbee. And gardening, that’ll put…

The Maple Syrup Season

By Kelsey Boyce The original North American sweetener, the sweet nectar of the gods, liquid gold for your tastebuds. Whatever you like to call it, Maple Syrup is a North American tradition in both creation and consumption. Oral stories vary from Native American and First Nations peoples on the discovery that the…

Why We Love 24Hours

By Courtney DiFiore Raises money for a great cause – The Stratton Foundation to help under privileged kids in the surrounding region. It’s fun! It’s an event for the whole family. It includes night skiing and riding (which is totally awesome). The Patriot Cheerleaders come and keep the competitors going with their…

VT Open Recap

By Adam Gray As the morning clouds parted ways to reveal a deep blue canvas sky, Suntanner sat patiently awaiting its adoring fans, the 2014 VT Open Competitors. A massive 26-turn banked slalom snaking on rider’s right, a big air jump fit for giants halfway up on rider’s left, followed immediately by…

Fresh Tracks at Stratton

By Lucyann Murray We may be quiet, but we have been busy… Wheels have been turning over here in the environmental sector of the mountain, and we are proud to announce the launch of Fresh Tracks online. Our new website includes a complete timeline of Stratton’s environmental accomplishments from 1990 – 2013….