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Stowe Mountain Auto Toll Road

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Stowe Mountain Auto Toll Road

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Mountain Bike Guide Service in Stowe Vermont
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Mountain Bike Guide Service in Stowe Vermont

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Avoid crowded trails and the potential of getting lost in a new environment by booking this mountain bike guide service in Stowe. Your guide will lead you to some of the best trails in Stowe and get you off the beaten path. Feel safe and comfortable traveling in unfamiliar territory with a guide by your side.
$140.13 per adult
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gazooby wrote a review Oct 26
Bloomington, Indiana420 contributions261 helpful votes
When you arrive at the entrance gate, they will give you a lecture on how to get up and down safely. PAY ATTENTION TO IT! The road is narrow, has no guard rails, and if you don't listen to the gate person you will burn out your brakes. In fact, check your brakes before you think about going. At the top, generous sized parking lot allows you to take the hiking trail along the spine of Mansfield as far as you want, doubling back when ready. The trail is Moderate for a half mile or so, then goes to Strenuous when you start climbing rocks. It is one of my favorite trails in the entire state, so worth the drive--and worth the pricey entrance fee if you can't hike 10 strenuous miles on your own. But I saw kids hiking with flip flops, which is not recommended. Also, expect bad weather. It was sleeting (Oct. 1) when we arrived but cleared up within an hour.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Corbin G wrote a review Sep 2020
Holyoke, Massachusetts372 contributions46 helpful votes
Fun drive to the area, lots of switch backs and views on the way to the mountain. The drive up the mountain was similar. Lots of sharp turns and views along the way. Make sure you have a car with good breaks. Lots of different trails on the mountain. We did the quick one to the 360 degree view peak. You can keep going a lot further though. Very rocky path to the top, not necessarily hard though as long as you're careful. Beautiful views from the top. Staff was friendly and helpful.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Brenda wrote a review Sep 2020
Robbinsville, New Jersey11 contributions3 helpful votes
We took the drive up Toll Road (off of Mountain Road, at the bottom of the mountain) and made it to the top. While the drive gave me a panic attach (SUPER NARROW - No Ledge), the hiking trail and view from the top is the absolute best. I'd do it over and over again. Although, I may not do the drive up in a large car OR during peak season. The road is barely narrow enough to let a car coming from the opposite side through. And, people driving down have the right of way. Meaning that you have to bare to the right, without driving off the mountain, to let the car coming down through. But again, when you get to the top, it just makes it all worth it. The hike is about 3 miles to the very peak and it's safe enough for young children (with parent supervision). My 10 year old LOVED it. Make sure to wear hiking shoes or shoes with a good enough grip to prevent slipping. At times some of the rocks are wet and make it easy to slip and fall (not fall off the mountain - just fall and hit yourself on the rocks or twist an ankle).
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Clay H wrote a review Sep 2020
Brownsville, Vermont74 contributions8 helpful votes
Drove the auto road up and then spent 4 hours hiking trails up and around the chin. Can go back and spend more hours hiking around the nose
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jake23 wrote a review Jul 2020
New Jersey5,627 contributions8,729 helpful votes
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It worth driving up to see the beautiful view of Lake Champlain, the Green Mountains and Adirondacks, however it can be a little costly. It was $34 for two people to go up. Views are stunning though.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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