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Ski event planned to help build school for Maasai

Jesse Roman, Stowe Reporter
March 11, 2010 This weekend, cross-country skiers have a chance to do two things they most certainly haven't done all winter: Ski from Trapp Family Lodge Touring Center to Mt. Mansfield, and help build a school in Africa.

Maple Weekend in Stowe, Vermont

pitchengine.com
March 9, 2010 Visit the Trapp Family Lodge sugarhouse on Saturday, March 27th and Sunday, March 28th for a full explanation of syrup production, sample tasting and a sugar-on-snow party. Sugar-on-snow is a traditional Vermont way of making instant maple candy.

Recipes from the Trapp Family Lodge baking class

Melissa Pasanen, Free Press Correspondent, Burlington Free Press
February 26, 2010 Trapp Family Lodge offers baking classes weekly on Wednesday for $30 per person. You must sign up on Tuesday by calling the Bakery at 802-253-5704. Recipes range from special-occasion recipes to everyday favorites.

A very good place to start: Winter escapes: A very good place to start

CATHERINE MALLETTE, Fort Worth Star-Telegram
February 21, 2010 When I learned that one of America's top cross-country ski resorts is run by descendants of Capt. and Maria von Trapp, my Sound of Music -loving heart began to sing. Located in Stowe, Vt., the Trapp Family Lodge was just a few hours' drive from Hadley's school.

News from Mass, NH and Vermont: Feb/Marach 2010

Dan Kochakian, Ale Street News
February 20, 2010 Allen Van Anda, former cellarman at Pickwick's Ale House, has brewed his first batch at the new Trapp Family Lodge Brewery in Stowe. This first beer is a traditional Helles style lager to be followed by a Vienna style lager. Depending on lagering time, the beers should be pouring by late February.

Favorite Places to XC

Tim Jones, Brattleboro Reformer
February 20, 2010 Trapp's was the first true cross-country ski resort in the United States, starting in 1968 (the year I first cross-country skied). Currently, they groom about 45K for both tracks and skate skiing, make snow on seven or eight kilometers (more than any other resort in New England, I believe) and mark another 10 kilometers of backcountry ski and snowshoe trails.

Nordic Relay for Life brings people together

Susan Russo, Stowe Reporter
February 13, 2010 On March 6, cancer survivors, caregivers and those who care about having cancer eradicated in their lifetime will come from all over Vermont and as far away as Alaska for the seventh annual Relay for Life NordicStyle at Trapp Family Lodge.

The Interview: Sam von Trapp

The Stowe Reporter
February 4, 2010 Two years ago Sam von Trapp, now 36, came home to Stowe after 14 years of traveling and working as a year-round ski instructor in Colorado, Brazil, and Chile. As Sam is the only son of the resort's manager Johannes von Trapp—who is himself the son of the legendary Maria von Trapp of Sound of Music fame—curiosity abounds about his present and future roles at the resort.

Guide to Stowe > On The Mountain

Roger Murphy, Stowe Reporter
February 4, 2010 There are miles and miles of trails left to explore on Mansfield's flanks leading into Underhill and south to Trapp Family Lodge, historic trails that allow the skier to experience the roots of skiing in New England. A time when there was no need for the term “backcountry,” because at the beginning, that's all there was.

TD Bank Eastern Cup combined with UVM Winter Carnival Cross Country Races to create a fantastic weekend in Stowe, Vermont

Pat Cote, NENSA
February 4, 2010 The TD Bank Eastern Cup Series arrives this weekend for two races at Trapp Touring Center. The center has been blessed with good snow despite a challenging winter in parts of New England and the snow cover has been enhanced with their expansive snowmaking system.
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