Vermont, United States
Stowe Mountain Resort is a ski resort in the town of Stowe, Vermont in the Northeastern United States. It comprises Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak. Mount Mansfield, the location of the intermediate and advanced ski trails, is the tallest mountain in Vermont with its summit being 4393 feet above sea level. The resort is primarily owned by the insurance firm AIG which purchased it in 1988.
There are 116 trails altogether on Spruce Peak and Mount Mansfield to provide 39 miles (485 acres) of skiable terrain.
The resort had $37 million worth of taxable receipts for winter 2007-8, placing it a close second to Killington ($37.3 million) in Vermont.
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