Neither cross-country skiers nor downhill enthusiasts will leave the northeastern town of Stowe disappointed when snow falls, though this region is equally popular come summer with hikers and paddlers.
The classic Vermont village, centered around a tree shaded green, was founded in 1848 as a depot for the Vermont Central Railroad. The 1850 Greek Revival style South Royalton House has been restored, as have most buildings in the village.
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