Suicide Six Ski Area

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Suicide Six has been the home of our alpine programs for over 50 years. Today, Suicide Six is one of Vermont’s most family friendly ski resorts with terrain that suits every ability. Featuring The Face, one of the most iconic SL runs in New England, a new quad chairlift installed in 2016, and many snowmaking & grooming improvements, Suicide Six is the perfect venue for our athletes and their families.

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Woodstock Inn & Resort


At the Woodstock Inn & Resort, authentic New England craftsmanship greets guests at every turn, seamlessly combining a charming bed and breakfast experience with elegant and personalized touches. Guest rooms feature wood-burning fireplaces and handcrafted bed frames, while our historic lodging property encourages guests to explore the various activities and adventures tucked away throughout the resort. Combine this all with the tranquility of our LEED-certified spa for a luxury resort getaway you’ll only find at the Woodstock Inn & Resort.

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Killington World Cup Foundation

Woodstock Ski Runners is a grateful recipient of a grant from the Killington World Cup Foundation. This funding, infused over the course of five years, will allow Ski Runners to maintain the cost of our Friday Learn-to-Ski Program at $85 per child for the same five year period. Additionally, the KWCF grant provides for the KWCF Scholarship, an opportunity for a Friday Program participant to enroll in a Ski Runners alpine racing program the following season at no cost.

about the Killington World Cup foundation

The “Killington World Cup Foundation” (KWCF) was created to support the Women's World Cup at Killington and to benefit local and regional youth development programs. The KWCF will work through Killington Resort in various ways including providing support for athlete housing and VIP events. KWCF will provide grants to support the winter sports infrastructure and access to winter sports throughout the region.

The KWCF hopes to:

  • Enhance the permanent ski and snowboard racing and training infrastructure in the Northeast to improve the competitiveness of athletes in the region.

  • Enable athletes from the Northeast to access superior training facilities and training programs or competitions in the region and throughout the country.

  • Increase access to winter sports for youth and individuals with disabilities

  • in the Northeast thereby creating more life-long participants in winter sports throughout the region.

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The 2018 Winter Celebration was a huge success! In one fun evening, we raised over $30,000 to support all Woodstock Ski Runners programs. We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the local businesses that contributed auction items or food provisions for the event.

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Andrew Pearce Bowls
Automatic Rooster
Barrows Trading Post
Bikram Yoga Upper Valley
Biscuit Hill Pilates
Boot Pro
Britton's Lumber/Bethel Mills
Chris Orcutt Paintings
Curiosity Woodworks
Down 2 Earth Confections
Eureka Kombucha
Edmunds Maple Farm
Fossil Glass
Hambsch Family Farm
Henderson's Ski and Snowboard
Lola Company
Marker Ski Bindings
Pentangle Arts
Plymouth Artisan Cheese
Provisions International
Second Wind Farm
Silo Distillery
Simon Pearce Glass
Sweetheart's Horse Treats
Sync Performance
Tecnica Ski Boots
The Collective
Tip Tap Room
Tracy Hartford Photography
Twin Farms Resort & Spa
Vermont Crafted Goods
Vermont Farmstead Cheese
The Vermont Standard
Woodstock Athletic Club
Woodstock Inn and Resort
Woodstock Liquor
Woodstock Nordic Center