Smugglers' Notch Resort is nestled in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains. Enjoy hiking, swimming, tennis, and year-round sight-seeing. Only 30 minutes from Burlington's Church Street Marketplace, a short drive to the village of Stowe, and less than two hours to Montreal, the resort is an ideal home base for a family vacation. Summer activities include a myriad of water activities at Notchville Park and other resort pools, fishing, miniature golf, and evening entertainment. Winter offers excellent on-site skiing, snowboarding, skating, snowshoeing, and sledding.
Smugglers' Notch Resort is a very special vacation destination. It's nestled right in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains, surrounded by over 3,000 acres of pristine forest, spectacular mountain vistas, and the serenity of clear, rushing streams and cool, summer breezes. It's the perfect playground in which to recreate, to regenerate and to relax in a family-friendly atmosphere where you will feel completely at ease… and at home. The resort is completely self-contained and offers all the amenities you could wish for. Accommodations are comfortable, fully equipped condominium homes with full kitchen facilities, most with air conditioning, fireplaces and balconies with mountain or woodland views. All are just a short walk or on-demand shuttle ride to The Village Center with dining and shopping, or to our many water playgrounds, hiking trails, kids' program locations and all other activities. Cedarbrook is another resort you may enjoy.
You and your family will enjoy all our mountains have to offer. There are daily hikes that range from easier walks, to what some call wikes, to even more strenuous mountain hiking, all with our own, experienced guides and naturalists. Or you can take a self-guided hike of your own choice, at your own pace. But that's not all - try a different way down the mountain: mountain boarding or digglering (either way, a ride you'll not soon forget)! Or try your hand at sport or rock climbing There's even a cool mountaineering treasure hunt called GeoCaching! How about water sports Our mountain streams and rivers offer canoeing and kayaking as well as a raft of fishing trips for all types of anglers. Can't you just hear our mountains calling you If you love the outdoors this is the place for you.