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Northern Vermont spas, sometime at resorts, will get you feeling well and fit

Every season is the right season to indulge in the comforts of spa treatments, but winter is an especially good time to offer aid and comfort to the physical self. Winter’s weather can bring on the blues or chase all but the most avid skiers or boarders indoors for comfort. For pure pleasure it is hard to top a two-hour massage or a day of expert pampering for the skin, hair, and nails, for women and men, as well. VisitNewEngland.com can help you beat the winter blahs through these extensive listings of spas and their health and beauty services. Many spas, hotels, and resorts offer special packages that include overnight accommodations; access to fitness rooms, saunas, and whirlpools; massages and other services; and amenities like champagne, flowers, and chocolates. So sit back with a glass of wine and review below the great spa packages offer by these fine New England establishments.
Back Massage - Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa - Stowe, VT
Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa

1746 Mountain Road Stowe, VT, 05672 Phone: 802-253-7355 Toll-Free: 800-253-2232

Tranquil atmosphere, menu of relaxing treatments at resort’s world-class spa

Mountain air and a gentle massage: what a perfect combination. At the Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa, the world-class on-site spa offers 30 luxurious treatment rooms and a full menu of treatments and programs, from deep tissue and mountain mud massages to aromatherapy manicures and pedicures, scalp treatments and salon services. The spa atmosphere is serene, with a solarium, private sanctuary lounges for men and women, cascading waterfalls and soothing mineral soaking pools. Outside, there’s a meditation garden with a seven-circuit Zen labyrinth. Fitness options at the resort also include a Sports and Wellness Center with classes, steam room, sauna and Spinning studio, a professional golfing area with an executive nine-hole course, and courts for tennis, racquetball and squash.