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New England Traveler

Stowe Brewers Festival

Stowe Brewers Festival 2016The second annual Stowe Brewers Festival on July 29 and 30 offers three 4-hour tasting sessions featuring 40+ brewers and cider-makers serving more than 130 beers and ciders, bonus taste tickets from premiere Vermont spirits distillers, more than a dozen food trucks, free workshops and demonstrations, a

New England Today

Cabot Creamery

This nearly 100-year-old co-op buys milk from more than 1,200 dairy farms all over New England and upstate New York. From grocery-store staples to award-winning aged varieties and cave-ripened cloth-bound cheddars (a collaboration with Greensboro’s Jasper Hill Farm), fine cheese is a priority. 2878 Main St., Cabot (visitors’ center); 2657

New England Traveler

Bistro at Ten Acres Lodge

It’s a casual bistro at a popular lodging spot that boasts mountain views and a fireside lounge, but the real draw is a menu ranging from barbecued pork shank to Vietnamese grilled shrimp. Burgers? Buns, chips, even mustard and pickles are all house-made. Fresh-pressed cocktails are a house specialty. Entrees:

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Speaking My Mind

Quabbin’s Secret

Your article “Secret Places” (March/April) shows the beauty of the Quabbin Reservation. Hidden beneath pictures and words lie the four doomed towns from which 2,500 inhabitants were forced to relocate and 7,561 bodies required reinterment in other cemeteries. My paternal grandparents lived in Greenwich (one of the

New England Traveler

Green Mountain Inn

Inns aplenty dot rural Vermont, but this plush hostelry anchors the state’s most famous small town. A 180-year hospitality tradition is enhanced by fully equipped apartments and townhouses, an outdoor heated pool, and fine informal dining. Stowe’s shops, restaurants, and the Vermont Ski Museum are steps away. BEST IN-TOWN INN.

Moss Glen Falls

Forming one of Vermont’s most dramatic waterfalls, Moss Glen Brook makes a foaming, 125-foot drop through a deep, narrow gorge, where you may see peregrine falcons soaring above. Turn right off Route 100 onto Randolph Road, roughly 3 miles north of Stowe village, and look for Moss Glen Falls Road

Stowe Area Association

(#13 tie): Top Foliage TownIt’s hardly off the beaten track, but then again, there are ample reasons why the bus tours head to Stowe come fall: its Old World town center, its inviting mix of shops and restaurants, its walking and hiking trails heading off in all directions.

Stowe Country Homes Property Rentals

Stowe Country Homes Property Rentals

Stowe Vermont’s leading vacation rental specialists! Offering a wide range of rentals throughout the area, including private homes, slopeside ski-in ski-out homes and condos, in all price ranges. Short and long term rentals available. Ask about daily housekeeping, concierge, and other vacation services. Professionally and locally managed.

Stowe, Vermont: Visitor Information Center

Stowe, Vermont: Visitor Information Center

Located at the foot of Mt. Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, the idyllic village of Stowe, Vermont has hosted travelers for over 200 years. A true four-season destination of international renown, Stowe offers endless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, the arts, and more. Book at gostowe.com or call our central reservationists

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