Moderately Hilly & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 / 18Holes / Baskets:
2850 ft. – 6950 ft.Course Length: Metric
55.5 50.3 44.2 38.4
DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
Pay to play
Description: Plays on 30 acres of forested land in and around the cross-country center and ski trails at Smugglers' Notch Resort. $5 for the day, pay new Brewster Ridge Pro Shop.
Redesigned and re-opened for play on July 4th, 2012. Four tees on each hole ranging in difficulty from beginner to pro. All gold tees have 10'-12' Fly Pad on them. The red tees are for beginners, the white tees are for intermediates, the blue tees are for advanced players, and the golds are a very challenging championship layout designed for pro players. Please disregard all reviews before 2012.
Open May 1st - November 1st.
Discs can be purchased at 3 Mountain Outfitters AND Brewster Ridge Pro Shop.
Discs for rent, maps and scorecards at the tennis center and pro shop.
The entrance of this course will flip to the other side of the woods next to Arbor Trek Canopy Adventures off of Edwards Rd. (which is off of Rt. 108) soon.
Be advised: The course is closed for the winter.
1239 Edwards Rd.Street Address:
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Local Directions: From the South:
Take I-89 to Exit 10. Turn right onto Rt. 100 North and follow it into Stowe. Turn left onto Rt. 108 North up and through Smugglers Notch and down past Smugglers' Notch Resort. Take your first right after the Resort's main entrance onto Edwards Rd. Once on Edwards take your first right (marked with a sandwich board sign) and you'll see the pro shop on your right.
From the West (& North):
Take Rt. 15 east to Jeffersonville, VT. Turn onto 108 south and head up the mountain road towards Smugglers' Notch Resort. Turn left onto Edwards Rd., just past the BBQ truck. Follow Edwards for about 1 mile. Turn left into the driveway marked by the sandwich board sign and the pro shop will be on your right.
(Note: Edwards Rd. is a loop that starts and ends on Rt. 108. Also, the course is located at the bottom of a driveway that has Arbortrek Canopy Tours at the top. There is also a big sign for ArborTrek at the bottom of the road.)