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-RobertI was wondering which of the resorts in Vermont has the restaurant in the middle of the hill.
-RobertHey guys, I have a question for you Vermont skiers. My friends and I might be taking a trip to Vermont this winter. I was wondering which of the resorts in Vermont has the restaurant in the middle of the hill.
Also, which resort do you guys suggest would be good for beginners but also for people who want some steeper and more challenging terrain. Thanks!
Charlie*Yeah, another vote for Stowe. They have two restaurants at the top of the gondola, one fancy sit down place and another typical lodge cafeteria. More importantly awesome skiing, great parks and high end facilities (if your into that.) Puts you close to alot of other mountains too; Sugarbush, Mad River, Bolton Valley, Smuggs, Killy and Jay will be a bit of a drive but not terrible. Stowe has another thing going for it that rarely gets mentioned, but it's got the best mountain town/village (that i've been to.) Tons of awesome shops and restaurants/bars while still maintaining a classic mountain town vibe. Nothing is cheap in Stowe though, so if money is a factor, brace for impact.
-RobertThanks for the reply! It sounds like an awesome place but the cheaper the better. We're lookinh for maybe a 4 day trip also.
ICaryMount Snow and slay Carinthia all day if you want some sick park.
Can also find some sick trees over by RipCord. There's also a shack at the top of the blue bird.
Stowe & Sugarbush were a toss up for best trees IMO. If you go to Sugarbush just don't ride that dang lift that goes peak to peak it feels like a 9 hour car ride.
Jay Peak for that POW POW
TheSkiMonsterEverything he said.
Sugarbush has a restaurant with really great food in the middle of the hill too.