Open Daily during Holiday Weeks.
Open Monday, January 17. Closed Tuesday, January 18.
Due to the uptick in regional COVID case counts, we are updating our lodge protocols to limit access to indoor seating areas. We encourage you to gear up outside or at your vehicle. The lodge will only be accessible for: Grab 'n' Go food or Alcohol purchase, rental and retail shop & restroom access. Masks are required in all indoor public areas.
Outdoors for all
With all the uncertainty in this world, for the last 85 years you have been able to count on Suicide Six and the strength of this small mountain community. We are committed to ensure that every guest’s pursuit in rewarding and wholesome fun is inclusive of all who wish to participate.
As part of that commitment, Suicide Six supports the actions of Ski Vermont.
ALL NEW FUNDAMENTALS PROGRESSION ZONE!
Our historic J-bar's retirement has ushered in a new look for our learning area! Meet "Snow Day" our new Sun Kid conveyor lift, bringing you up the hill in a new stylish and safe fashion.
Hit the slopes at one of North America’s oldest ski resorts! We have accessible terrain for families, plus challenging options for advanced skiers & riders. Add that to our world-class ski & ride school, sprinkle in excellent snowmaking and grooming, finish it off with a fun après ski atmosphere, and you have a recipe for winter adventure!
Ready, set, summer! Hit the bike trails for pedal access to miles of terrain and flow trails for all abilities. Our summer recreation offerings don’t stop there! With Orvis endorsed fly-fishing, hiking, guided mountain bike tours, and more, Suicide 6 is the place for summer adventure.
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.
Woodstock Inn & Resort Nordic Center
Over 45km of trails across two mountains right in Woodstock. Ski or snowshoe in Vermont's only National Park and the Mt. Tom trail network and spend time exploring Mt. Peg on Nordic skis, snowshoes, or a fatbike!