Destinations
The Rockies
New England
Canada
Europe

Top 10 Guides
Romance
Family
Skiing 101
Gear Guide
Adrenaline

About Us
Ski Blogs
Ski Videos

Sun & Sea Travel

Site Map
Links
Advertise
Home

Vermont
Bolton Valley
Bromley
Burke Mountain
Hermitage Club
Jay Peak
Killington
Mount Snow
Magic Mountain
Okemo Mountain
Pico Mountain
Smugglers Notch
Stowe
Stratton
Sugarbush
Suicide Six

Bolton Valley l Bromley l Burke Mountain l Jay Peak l Hermitage l Killington l Magic l Mount Snow l Okemo l Pico l Smugglers Notch l Stowe l Stratton l Sugarbush l Suicide Six l Vermont Photos

Suicide Six Ski Area Vermont

The first rope tow in America was rigged here at Suicide Six Ski Resort in 1934. Now this classic ski hill continues the tradition of classic skiing and kinship, with a new $1.5 million quad for 2016-17 winter season. This is a great hill for skiing with your family, less busy than Killington nearby, homey and fun.

Owned by The Woodstock Inn, your winter holiday experience includes gracious lodging  at the 4-diamond Woodstock Inn, skiing off the base to summit quad on well-pitched slopes at Suicide Six, just a short drive from downtown Woodstock, and touring miles of scenic cross-country trails at the Woodstock inn Nordic Center. For après ski, there's a spa, kids activities, and a big fireplace that dates back to the Rockefeller era here in the delightful town of Woodstock. The Woodstock Inn offers ski and stay packages. And there’s covered bridges leading to the historic hamlet of Woodstock to shop and explore where the wealthy Rockefeller family settled for their family retreats in winter and summer in the beautiful Green Mountains.

Suicide Six Stats:
Vertical Drop: 650’
Skiable Terrain: 100 acres
2 Lifts including a new quad for 2016-17, 24 Trails
50% snowmaking
Founded in 19346

Bolton Valley l Bromley l Burke Mountain l Jay Peak l Hermitage l Killington l Magic l Mount Snow l Okemo l Pico l Smugglers Notch l Stowe l Stratton l Sugarbush l Suicide Six l Vermont Photos

All Stories by Heather Burke
All Photography by Greg Burke
Our Picks