The Suicide Six Bike Park is the most recent addition to outdoor recreation in the area! Shred our downhill tracks with flowy berms and jumps, learn new tricks in our skills area and get the little ones out to the strider park on our complimentary bikes. Excellent coaches and world-class rentals will have everyone feeling confident and smiling all day long!
Suicide Six is Vermont's most family friendly resort, offering a world class ski and ride school (the longest continually operating program in the country), and diverse terrain with excellent snowmaking and grooming. Make yourself at home in our inviting lodge with fresh farm-to-table fare and hyper-local brews.
SUICIDE SIX BIKE PARK NOW OPEN!
Current 2019 Hours of Operation:
Open Thursdays Beginning July 4
July 4th Hours:
Thursday, July 4: 12-7pm
Friday, July 5 - Sunday, July 7: 10am-4pm
Summer Hours of Operation (July 11 - September 8):
CLOSED AUGUST 15-18
Fall Hours of Operation (September 13 - 29):
October Operation Dates:
Open 10am-5pm on the following days:
Saturday- 10/5, Sunday- 10/6, Saturday- 10/12, Sunday- 10/13, Monday- 10/14
Suicide Six Bike Park is Vermont's newest lift-serviced trail network, featuring a variety of flow trails, and technical descents. Add to that a progressive skills loop, a strider park for the little ones, and a bike shop with premium retail and rentals, and you've got a recipe for family adventure all year!
America's Skiing Legacy Starts Here
Nestled in Vermont’s Green Mountains, Suicide Six is one of the oldest ski areas in the country. America's first uphill ski conveyance was introduced in Woodstock in 1934 and as the sport developed so did our resort.
Orvis© Endorsed Fly-Fishing
Learn to flycast in our meadow with one of our Orvis Endorsed Guides, or head out to one of the local streams.