Stowe Gems is located at:
70 Pond St.
P.O. Box 1554
Stowe, VT 05672
Phone: (802) 253-7000
Fax: (802) 253-5023
Store Hours: 10am to 5pm daily E.S.T.(closed Sundays and most Tuesdays)
When planning to visit Stowe Gems, it is always advisable to call first.
Stowe Gems is easy to get to from just about anywhere!
By car, Stowe Gems is only 9.5 miles from Interstate 89, Exit 10. We are approx. 5.5 hours from New York City, and only 3.5 hours from Boston.
The quickest method to get directions is an online map service like 'MAPQUEST'. You can print out a complete set of driving directions, from your door to ours, with map, in minutes, at no charge.
Provided by www.mapquest.com
By Air , Stowe Gems is located 45 minutes from Burlington
International Airport, just go to Interstate 89 South to Exit 10.Procede to Stowe.
When planning your trip to Stowe Vermont, visit Stowe online at WWW.GOSTOWE.COM. You will find lots of information about the area's seasonal and year round attractions, Skiing, Snow Boarding, Golf, Hiking, Fishing, Sleigh Rides, and more!
Hotel, Condo and Rental information is available at: WWW.GOSTOWE.COM.
Extensive vacation planning information and State Camp ground information can also be obtained at the Vermont State Website:
We hope to have YOU visit Stowe Gems soon!
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Ski Magazine has ranked Stowe Resort in the top 10 in eight different categories of excellence in
its newest edition. The ranking system, compiled by the magazine's readership, found Stowe to
be the No. 1 option for resort, dining and lodging in the eastern United States.
The resort was also rated No.2 in all of eastern North America, behind only Mt. Tremblant in
Quebec. Stowe received more favorable ranking dealing with ski activities, being
ranked No. 3 in challenge, No. 4 in apres ski life, and No. 6 in both on-mountain food and
mountain terrian. The hard work that has been done in the town by the members of the
community was also recognized as Stowe ranked No. 2 in off-hill activities in the eastern United States.
William Graves, Vermont Journal