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The Weather in Stratton Mountain
Check out the climate diagram for Stratton Mountain. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Stratton Mountain, with temperatures going under 14° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
A sports haven awaits outside your Stratton Mountain vacation home
Whether you opt for a grand or simple vacation rental on Vermont's Stratton Mountain, you will be perfectly placed for an idyllic winter sports-filled getaway in this breathtaking area. The all-season resort, surrounded by no fewer than 97 trails, boasts 11 lifts and seven miles of immaculate cross-country hiking trails. Winter or summer, it offers an array of outdoor activities as vast as the dramatic 3,875-foot mountain itself.
Southern Vermont is famed for its antiquated towns, several of which predate the American Revolution. Among them is Bennington, home to Old Bennington, an incorporated village known for its architecture. Bennington Battle Monument commemorates the site of an important skirmish during the Revolution. Brattleboro has a vibrant and eclectic cultural life, with a distinct hipster ambiance. Fort Dummer, south of the town, was the first European settlement in Vermont, constructed in 1724. Not to be missed is Dorset, an unspoiled village from 1768 boasting the state's oldest inn and a traditional village green. Dorset's gleaming marble was used in the construction of the New York Public Library.
Family vacations in exquisite Vermont
Ski over Stratton Mountain’s 670 acres of pristine slopes and take in the views as you whizz down its well-kept sides. Alternatively, in summer, there is no shortage of outdoor leisure opportunities to excite the whole family. Activities include golf, tennis, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, swimming, hiking, and biking.
In the summer, the hills separating the towns of Brattleboro, Bennington, and Manchester are lush and green, while in the winter, they are covered by crisp snow. Vermont is an outdoor sports haven year-round, and hikers will be wowed by the Appalachian and Long Trails, which wind through the nearby Green Mountain National Forest. These routes are especially impressive in the fall, when Vermont erupts into flame-like foliage.
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