Suicide Six is a place where generosity of spirit extends to all, and where curiosity comes to play.
3 Lifts. 24 Trails. 60% snowmaking. 83 years of history to call your own.
Lift Access. Fresh Dirt. More Fun.
The story of Suicide Six is the story of a mountain where people experience connection.
A connection to nature, to others, and even to those parts of themselves they didn't know existed, or had long since lost touch with. It is the story of a young child learning wedge turns under the watchful eye of her grandfather, and that of the child’s parent, skiing alongside, knowing already that the memory of this moment will forever open a floodgate of emotion and gratitude. It is the story of a woman discovering mountain biking in midlife, and her surprised delight not merely at how much fun it is, but at how strong and capable it makes her feel, and how much she wants to share this experience with others. It is the story of guests who return time and again, in part for the thrills and the challenge, yes, but in greater part because at Suicide 6, they experience something that transcends the physical: A sense of belonging, and with it, a deeper understanding of who they are and of their place in this complicated and occasionally confusing world.
Summer Bike Park Hours of Operation
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
Lifts operate daily in the winter season from 9am to 4pm
Toll free: 888.338.2745
Suicide Six Recreational Area: S6Info@woodstockinn.com
Address: 247 Stage Rd, South Pomfret, Vermont, 05067
Suicide Six is located near the town of Woodstock, Vermont. Centrally located near I-89 and I-91 and within easy driving distance from Boston, New York, and Montreal.