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“Long and flat.”

Stowe Recreation Path
Ranked #1 of 65 things to do in Stowe
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Between the West Branch River and Route 108 is a biking trail full of scenic vistas and small town atmosphere.
Reviewed April 21, 2014

Great for a morning walk.Safe for little ones too. A couple of street crossings but not difficult. A few scenic foot bridges.

Thank chriski1
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Reviewed April 15, 2014

The rec path is one of the best parts of Stowe. You can bike into town, stop to get ice cream at scoops, and then stop and wade in the creek that runs along the path. It's gorgeous. You can rent bikes at the red barn across from Top Notch resort.

Thank am r
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Reviewed April 5, 2014

I loved this trail but it wasn't always passable without snowshoes due to the snow depth. There are a lot of dog poops on the trail as well. But the scenery is great!

Thank OutdoorsyMaineGirl
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Reviewed March 15, 2014

beautiful walking, jogging, bike riding path. it starts just north of topnotch resort and continues all the way into town. it goes through woods, meadows, along the river, and as you get closer to town has nice views of the historic church an town. every town should have such a wonderful paved walking path.

Thank travelsbest
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Reviewed March 2, 2014

This rec path, built on the old railway causeway extends out into Lake Chaplain, into the natural habitat of all kinds of wildlife and incredible light. Keep an eye on the weather as storms can pop up with high winds and severe temperatures very quickly.

Thank Glenntherestranteur
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