In Woodstock, Vermont winter sports opportunities abound! We’re the perfect destination for anyone hoping to enjoy a Vermont ski vacation!
There’s always something to do and see in Woodstock, VT, no matter the time of year. In this season, when the days grow short and the snow flies, the slopes come to life!
You’ll find plenty of opportunities to for alpine and cross-country skiing, as well as snowboarding, snowshoeing, fatbiking, and even ice-fishing!
Vermont Ski Resorts Near Woodstock
Suicide Six Ski Area – www.woodstockinn.com/ski-area
247 Stage Road, Pomfret, Vermont 05067
Woodstock’s own Suicide Six Ski Area opened in the 1930’s and lays claim to having installed America’s first rope tow. The resort offers 24 trails on over 100 skiable acres. Family-friendly, Suicide Six’s slopes are 30% beginner, 40% intermediate, and 30% advanced. Snowboards are welcome (the first US snowboard competition was held here in 1982) and they offer rentals and lessons.
Tubbs Snowshoes & Nordic Adventure Center – www.woodstockinn.com/tubbs-snowshoes-nordic-adventure-center
76 South Street, Woodstock, Vermont 05091
Tubbs Snowshoes & Fischer Nordic Adventure Center offers an extensive network of winter trails across Mount Peg and Mount Tom. More than 30 km of groomed trails for skate and classic cross-country skiing. Snowshoers and fat bike riders are welcome. Rentals, trail passes, winter clothing, and accessories are also available.
Okemo Mountain Resort – www.okemo.com
77 Okemo Ridge Rd, Ludlow, VT 05149
Okemo Valley Nordic Center features 26 km of tracked and skate-groomed terrain for skiers, and 10 km of trails dedicated to snowshoers. A fully-stocked Nordic Ski Shop offers rentals, clothing, accessories, demos, repairs, waxing, and lessons.
Killington Resort – www.killington.com
4763 Killington Road, Killington, VT 05751
Killington is the largest ski area in the eastern U.S., with 155 trails, 22 lifts, and the largest vertical drop in New England: 3,050 feet. Expert skiers, novices, snowboarders, freeskiers, snowshoers, and even inner-tubers will find terrain to suit them. Rentals, accessories, lessons and more.
Pico Mountain – www.picomountain.com
73 Alpine Dr, Mendon, VT 05751
Pico Mountain has 52 trails, 7 lifts, and a 1,967 vertical drop. Family-friendly with trails to suit every level of skiing, Pico Mountain also offers rentals, lessons, and a variety of culinary options.
Mountain Meadows Cross Country Ski Resort –
2363 US-4, Killington, VT 05751
Mountain Meadows Cross Country Ski Resort has over 40km of trails for Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and fatbiking. Snowshoes and dogs are welcome on all trails with three trails designed specifically for snowshoers. Rentals of skis, snowshoes, and fatbikes are also available.
Wilderness Trails – wildernesstrailsvermont.com
1119 Quechee Main St, White River Junction, VT 05001
Wilderness Trails offers well-groomed trails and equipment rentals for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tubing, and ice-fishing. They also offer a variety of guided trips.
Woodstock Vermont Ski Lodging
Deer Brook Inn is less than 30 minutes away or less from every Vermont ski location listed above! You’ll enjoy spacious rooms and casual lodging at our stylish, 1820’s farmhouse inn. Book your stay today at Deer Brook Inn, a Woodstock, Vermont B&B!