Depart Smugglers' Notch Resort and travel to historic Stowe. Visit Laughing Moon Chocolates, home of delicious handmade chocolates. Witness a chocolate dipping demonstration, taste the decadent samples and purchase some chocolates to enjoy back at Smugglers'. Travel up the mountain and arrive at the Trapp Family Lodge where the “Sound of Music” resonates the minute you arrive. Gather for a history tour and learn of the Von Trapp family’s journey from Austria to Vermont and why they purchased a small farmhouse in Stowe. Enjoy a delicious lunch on your own at The Trapp Family Lodge Deli/Bakery which offers a variety of baked goods, soups, pasta dishes, salads, deli meats and sandwiches as well as their renowned Trapp Lagers. Visit The Vermont Annex, retail outlet for Cabot Cheese, Lake Champlain Chocolates and Danforth Pewter and Smugglers’ Notch Distillery. There will be time to shop and enjoy the free samples! For the perfectly sweet ending to a busy day, visit Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory for a tour and a taste. Under 18 must be accompanies by an adult.
Tuesday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Transportation included. $125 per person. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Advance registration required, limited space available.
Private tours can be arranged for parties of 6 or more. Call ahead or inquire at the Guest Service Desk when you're here.Montreal Day Trip Wednesday, 8:00 am - 6:30 pm.
Leave the driving and parking to us as you explore the Old French Quarter, the Waterfront, the Montreal Casino, underground shopping and other points of interest. Maps, information and transfers throughout the city provided.
Wednesday, 8:00 am - 6:30 pm. $99 per person. Transportation included. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Advance registration required, limited space available. Extended childcare is available. Please contact TREASURES after booking your Montreal trip so our child care staff can accommodate your needs.
Private tours can be arranged for parties of 10 or more. Call ahead or inquire at the Guest Service Desk when you're here.
Beginning June 1, 2009, U.S. and Canadian citizens 19 years and older who enter the U.S. at land and sea ports of entry from within the Western Hemisphere will need to present government-issued enhanced license or a passport. Children age 18 and under will be able to enter with proof of citizenship. Verbal claims of citizenship and identity alone will not be sufficient to establish identity and citizenship for entry into the United States.
U.S. resident aliens will also need a Green Card.
All other foreign country residents will need their valid passport with I94 document. If you are crossing the American/Canadian border and do not have your I94 document with you, you will need your valid passport and a visa. There will be a nominal fee to prepare the I94 documentation for you. Vermont Brewery Tour Thursday, 10:30 am - 3:30 pm.
Vermont is home to several breweries, microbreweries, nano-breweries, and brewpubs that produce a wide variety of beer. In 2011 and 2012, the Brewers Association ranked Vermont as the state with the greatest number of breweries per capita. Come along and taste what we’re bragging about! Your first sip of the day starts at Rock Art Brewery. It began production in Johnson, VT in 1997 and is now distributed in Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Maine and New Jersey! Sample four of their amazing beers, learn how they are made and tour the brewery. Travel down the road to Lost Nation Brewery, makers of honest, small batch beer. The brewery takes inspiration from lesser-known European beer styles, along with local Vermont life to guide their brews. Arrive in Stowe at Crop Bistro for a “beer-tasting.” Take a seat in the Biergaten, sample six of their beers. Your brewery tour ends at The Trapp Family Lodge. In just a short time, Trapp Lager has gained high acclaim among lager aficionados. Sample their four lagers during your visit.
Cost of beer tastings and lunch are left to each individual. Recommended lunch spots Lost Nation Brewery, Crop Bistro and Trapp Family Lodge.