Snowmaking Conditions

2020-21 Modified Operations

For the last 85 years you have been able to count on Suicide Six, and the strength of this small mountain community. Our commitment to safety, the best guest experience, and quality snow are unwavering. Your investment in, and need for rewarding, wholesome, and inclusive fun is more valuable than ever and remains safe with us. With all the uncertainty in this world, that’s a very good thing.

Will it be different? Yes, most everything is these days.
Will it still be uniquely us? Absolutely.

We are now Closed for the Season.


Uphill travel will be allowed as conditions allow, provided there is continued respectful and safe coexistence with our operations teams.

We will be requiring all guests and employees to wear face coverings in every part of our operations, which includes all public spaces such as parking areas and while inside all buildingsNo one will be permitted (over the age of 2) on the premises without a face covering. 

These changes will be a break from the “normal” for all of us and are necessary to protect the health and safety of everyone. We will continue to follow the guidance of our public health experts, and our state government officials as we make further plans.  I ask for your patience as our teams continue to develop and implement these changes. With responsible actions and determination shared by us all, we can - and will - enjoy this winter, together.

Tim Reiter
General Manager; Suicide 6

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