Here’s how Stowe High School’s varsity teams fared in the past week.
The Trapp Cabin Trail Races are back at Trapp Family Outdoor Center Sunday, Sept. 19, for a 5K, 10K and half marathon to raise money for Green Mountain Adaptive.
Ride for Justice cyclists collectively climbed more than 100,000 vertical feet over six hours going back and forth through Smugglers Notch Saturday, Sept. 11 to raise money to help the Lamoille Restorative Center combat systemic racism in Vermont.
The Northeast Delta Dental Race to the Top of Vermont brought almost 300 athletes to Stowe to test their mettle on Mt. Mansfield. Runners, hikers and bikers climbed 2,500 feet up the Toll Road in just over four miles.
“30 Years in a White Haze” author and extreme skier Dan Egan shares stories from his new book as part of the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum’s virtual Red Bench Series, Thursday, Sept. 9, 7 p.m.
Bob Johnson, the associate executive director for the Vermont Principals Association, which oversees high school sports in the state, said COVID-19 this past winter changed the rules of the game quickly.
"On Snow" Snow News covers the people, trends and events of ski racing, snowboarding and free styling, plus the flavor of winter in the Stowe area.
The Stowe ski season is coming to an end and so to is the Retro-Ski season. I’ll start with a reminder of a special event next Thursday, April 22, 7 p.m. The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum will livestream a one-on-one conversation with Phil Mahre as part of its Red Bench series. The event …
Having spent a good part of the winter skiing every public resort in the state, and a surprising number of backyard areas, there is yet one more alternative that ended up being far more fascinating than one might imagine — private areas that offer an interesting alternative to the modest sca…
The end is in sight. No indication from Mother Nature, or those lesser minions known as the snow gods, has given any reason to suppose that the ski season will be extended past April 18.