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About Stowe 2 Day Lift Ticket + Rental

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You'll need to print a voucher before your arrival in order to pick up this ticket.


This deal is for a 2 consecutive day lift ticket to ski or ride at Stowe, VT plus a ski OR snowboard rental package.

Ski rental includes:
skis, boots and ... poles

Snowboard rental includes:
boots and board

Helmet is not included in rental packages
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Pick-up instructions

Tickets can be redeemed at Spruce Peak Base Camp at the Seasons Pass Window or at the Mansfield Base Lodge Group Sales Window, both located at the resort. Tickets may only be redeemed once, and every ticket requires a valid ID and the Liftopia voucher. You will be required to print out and hand over this voucher to redeem your tickets at Stowe. Upon arrival you will be issued a ticket and a voucher to redeem at the rental center. Please make sure you get your lift tickets before going to the Rental Shop. All Stowe tickets will be loaded onto a rechargeable RFID card called the Evolution Stowe Card.

Please note, there is a $5 nonrefundable charge for this RFID card which will be charged upon redemption.

More About Stowe

The addition of a new slopeside luxury hotel & spa, a new base area, an inter-mountain transfer gondola, new trails, a new beginner area, two new high-speed detachable quads, fully-automated snowmaking, exclusive mountainside residences and a spectacular mountain golf course has reinforced Stowe Mountain Resort’s position as the East’s premier ski and four-season mountain resort. With Spruce Peak at Stowe now open, a new legacy of visitors, experiences and environmental stewardship have affirmed Stowe’s century-long reputation as a world-class destination.

Stowe's ... average annual snowfall is 333". Coupled with new snowmaking and a commitment to groom and maintain the best snow surfaces in the east, Stowe is a skiers and riders paradise. Open mid November through late April, Stowe has inarguably the most authentic alpine terrain east of the Rockies. Just one visit through the town and up onto the mountain is proof enough that there is in fact, only one Stowe. Read more

Stowe, VT (Directions) 2360 vertical feet 485 acres - Trail Map