When New Year’s approaches, you want to make sure you have the right plans in place to make it a fun and exciting night for you and anyone else you’re including in your celebration. From the beauty of its quiet woodland to the thrill of skiing its slopes, there is no better time or place to celebrate that New Year’s Eve in Stowe Vermont!
New Years Eve Stowe VT Festivities and Fun
Start the day off by skiing down one of Vermont’s majestic slopes. Stowe has a great ski season with lots of fresh powder, and can be enjoyed by any age skier, as well as all levels from beginners to experts. Also available are an abundance of natural trails perfect for snowshoeing, or Marshall Hill for fast, exciting sledding and tobogganing.
Warm up with some hot cocoa back at your rental, while preparing yourself for the evening’s festivities. All of our properties have the amenities you need to rest and relax in all the comfort you’re used to back home, so you’ll feel totally refreshed and reinvigorated before heading out for your New Years Eve in Stowe VT celebration.
Go on a pub crawl and hit up as many of Stowe’s excellent breweries as you can, all with their signature craft brews, from Idletyme Brewing’s six-sampler “Brew-ski,” to The Alchemist’s famous Heady Topper, which was named “America’s Most Loved Craft Beer.” You can even kick back at the Trapp Family Lodge’s Austrian-style Bierhall with your entire party. Enjoy their hearty Austrian cuisine for lunch or dinner paired with, of course, some tasty beer! Change it up with a quick stop at Stowe Cider for some locally-made hard cider for any taste, from delightfully smooth to sharp and peppery.
As night falls, it’ll be hard to decide if you want to continue exploring the vibrant village life of Stowe, or if you want to head back to your cozy rental home to count down to midnight. You’ll love taking in the live music and entertainment options all over Stowe, but it’s hard to beat celebrating New Years Eve in Stowe Vermont with friends and family in your own relaxed living space, playing board games and lounging by the fire, then cracking open the champagne when the clock strikes midnight.