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    Stowe Recreational Path

    Lamoille County, Vermont
    Distance2.2mi
    Elevation Gain247ft
    Trailhead Elevation742ft
    Top742ft
    Elevation Min/Max693/742ft
    Elevation Start/End742/742ft

    Stowe Recreational Path

    Stowe Recreational Path is a hiking and biking trail in Lamoille County, Vermont. It is 2.2 miles long and begins at 742 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 4.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 247 feet. The Stowe Community Church (elevation 719 feet) place of worship, the Village Center Cemetery (elevation 719 feet) grave yard, and the Stowe Town Hall (elevation 725 feet) townhall are near the trailhead. There is also parking. The McCarthy's Restaurant and McDonald.'s restaurants can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Stow Recreational Path.

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    Sandy Duling
    "This short ride has it all: Stowe’s award-winning recreation path, an opportunity for fortune hunters to strike it rich, a haunted covered bridge, and a delightful descent into the village of Stowe. The village of Stowe has thrived on the tourist industry since the nineteenth century, when it was a popular summer resort. Today it’s also a center of Vermont’s ski industry, and Main Street is crowded with visitors all year long. A majority of Stowe’s visitors (and a lot of full-time residents, too) are outdoor types — skiers, hikers, paddlers, and bikers. It isn’t surprising that Stowe took a leadership role in establishing a “community created greenway” (its recreation / bike path) that has become a model for similar projects in communities nationwide." Read more

    Trail Information

    Lamoille County
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    Stowe Area Association
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    DeLorme: Vermont Atlas & Gazetteer
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