Change of Scenery for a Peaceful Retreat

Whether you are making your way up Interstate 89 or via the iconic and historic Route 100 through the Mad River Valley, or Route 7 along the eastern edge of Lake Champlain, your views of this special corner of New England are unencumbered by these unnatural elements blocking those views. It is just one of those special conditions of this amazing place.

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April Snow Showers on Mt. Mansfield bring…?

...May projects! Here at the Brass Lantern Inn, and especially on Mt. Mansfield, we recognize that there is typically quite a back and forth response in the tug of war between winter and spring.  We tend to just leave the skis in the truck (till closing day) to give...

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Winter’s Last Hurrah?…

As I write this post on the evening of March 13, 2017, we are positively giddy with excitement waiting for our next big dump of snow.  The National Weather service and local reports are calling for snow depths of anywhere between 16 to 20+" of snow between tomorrow,...

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All Dressed in White

All Dressed in White

Have you experienced winter in Stowe?  If you have, you understand the wonderful transformation of the Stowe Area and Mt. Mansfield from our summer playground to the most scenic winter wonderland.  While of course Stowe is well known as the ski capital of the East,...

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Living the Dream

Living the Dream

This past December 16th marked our 7th anniversary of the start of this wonderful journey of owning the Brass Lantern Inn in Stowe, Vermont.  I still vividly recall putting up Christmas Holiday lights on the Inn on 12/17 on a beautifully clear, crisp, bright sunny...

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