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Experience the beauty of the Vermont landscape in a unique way. For a transporting adventure to olden days of horse-drawn carriages and wagons, consider taking a trip with Gentle Giants Carriage Rides in Stowe. Rides include a choice of vehicle (carriages and wagons carrying anywhere from two to twelve passengers) behind peaceful Belgian and Percheron draft horses – the “gentle giants” that will pull your party through idyllic countryside, winding forested paths, and a covered bridge. This is a premier stop for horse-drawn carriage rides in Vermont.

Carriage Rides in Stowe

Stowe-landscapeThree types of carriages are available for a beautiful ride. Visitors can choose from a Victorian carriage and a surrey (both two-seaters and perfect for romantic rides) or a vis-à-vis carriage with room for four. A carriage ride is a romantic and intimate way to spend some time with a special person while enjoying the beauty of Vermont.

Wagon Rides in Stowe

Wagons are a perfect choice for large groups. You can choose from six-passenger or twelve-passenger wagons; both painted a cheery apple red. Take the whole family along on a relaxing, scenic ride through Vermont countryside with views of Mt. Mansfield.

Gentle Giants Carriage Rides opens at 11 a.m., seven days a week, all year long, weather permitting. You can call to reserve a ride. Rides are always private for just you and your group.

Horse-drawn carriage rides in Vermont are an excellent, pleasant stop during your trip to the Green Mountain State. Animal lovers will especially appreciate the noble beauty of the brown and white draft horses. Consider staying with us at Green Mountain Inn to complete the experience. We have a variety of accommodations to suit any size party, as well as a convenient location close to attractions in the Stowe area.

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