Suicide Six Ski Resort Lodge Is Basically A Vermont Ski History Museum
Over the weekend, I used one of Indy Pass days over at Suicide Six Ski Area in Vermont. Compared to the crowds at other local mountains last weekend, I think I made the right choice.
While there were some lines, they moved quickly thanks to the quad chairlift that services the summit. Plus conditions were pretty decent thanks to a couple of inches of snow that hit the mountain on Friday. The highlight of the trip though was checking out Suicide Six’s base lodge, which is practically a museum.
For those who don’t the history of skiing in the Woodstock area, it’s immense. The countries first rope tow opened in 1934 at Clint Gilberts Farm, located close to Suicide Six. The first rope tow at Suicide Six opened in 1936, and the ski area has evolved into one of the pivotal landmarks in New England skiing.