Trapp Family Lodge (Winter)



700 Trapp Hill Road, Stowe, VT 05672 Visit Website | 180-082-6700


Cost: Daily Nordic Trail Passes start at $31. Parking: Yes

Trapp Family Lodge offers winter family fun. Enjoy:

  • Nordic Skiing - rentals and lessons available
  • Snowshoeing - rentals available
  • Sleigh Rides - meet across from the Nordic Center
  • Disc Golf Course - Just because it’s snowing doesn’t mean the fun of disc golf stops at Trapp Family Lodge.
  • Plus more activities from an indoor rock climbing wall to historical tours. 


1 review
  • January 26, 2011
    "We arrived on a Friday afternoon in early March. After dropping our bags and a quick change of clothes we headed out the door to meet Larry, our Cross Country Ski Instructor, at the Nordic Center. With a smokey, wood burning fireplace keeping us warm, he fit us with boots and skis and ushered us out into the practice meadow to begin our journey. I guess we were a quickstudy because before long we were gliding, turning and even going downhill on the main trail called Sugar Road. For being late in the season, the trails were still in great shape. They are groomed every day. The scenery at Trapp is incomparable to anywhere else wed ever been. Simply putstunning. We saw kids of all ages enjoying it, not just our own 8 and 11 year olds. The Nordic Center has everything you need including Pulks sleds built for carrying 1 child and Nordic Cabs a little chariot that can fit 2 smaller kids or 1 larger up to age 6 for rent. On our second day at Trapp, The hills were certainly alive with the sound of Miss Magpies flock as we ascended to the cabin via the black diamond trails on XC skis. There were a lot of are we almost there yet? and how much longeerr? But plied by energizing sport jellybeans and chocolates bought in the Nordic Center before we left, the kids continued to power up the path. Six kilometers uphill on crosscountry skis is not easy. But when you get there, you will find this perfect little cabin welcoming you in with the aroma of a wood burning fire, homemade soups and sandwiches. It is like a reward for the effort you put forth in getting there. My husband declared his peanut butter and jelly sandwich on thickcrusted whole wheat the best hes ever tasted. Sit on the porch, take in the view and imagine what it was like for the von Trapps to once have this little slice of heaven all to themselves. Read my entire review here. Disclosure While I was invited to Trapp Family Lodge and they paid for most of my expenses, my review reflects the honest opinions of my experience without outside influence."
    - missmagpie

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