Important Winter Travel Information

With parking and lift ticket changes implemented at Stowe Mountain Resort this season, it’s important to plan ahead for a seamless visit to Stowe, Vermont this winter. Find information below about bus transportation, resort parking, lift tickets, and more.

Stowe Mountain Resort Parking & Lift Tickets

  • Real-time alerts for parking, weather, and lift operations can be found on Twitter @StoweMtAlerts and on stowe.com/alerts.
  • From December 2, 2022 through April 2, 2023, paid parking will be implemented for $30/day from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m., Friday through Sunday and during holiday periods at all lots, with the exception of the Cross Country Center and Toll House area lots which will remain free seven days a week. Free parking will also be offered at all times in all lots to cars arriving with four or more guests. Visit parkstowe.com for information and resources related to resort parking.
  • Daily lift tickets will be limited. Buy your lift tickets in advance at stowe.com to ensure you can ski or ride.
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Mountain Road Shuttle

From late-November through early April, Stowe offers a free shuttle bus service through Green Mountain Transit (GMT) that provides access to world-class skiing and riding, lodging, dining, shopping. and activities throughout town. The complimentary Mountain Road Shuttle offers convenient transportation in Stowe, especially during inclement weather and peak periods, and is especially useful for those driving to town without winter tires, which are strongly encouraged.

With the new parking program in place at Stowe Mountain Resort this season, the Mountain Road Shuttle is a great way to avoid parking fees and be dropped off right at the lift.

Shuttle Information