Courtesy Woodstock Inn and Resort
WOODSTOCK, Vt.— On Mondays, from January through March 16, groups will be able to own a ski mountain at Woodstock Inn and Resort.
Companies can bring groups of up to 200 to use the 100-acre Suicide Six Ski Mountain for an outing on Mountain Mondays. The mountain buyout includes skis, boot and poles for all skiers, access to two chairlifts and J-bar service to 23 trails.
The ski mountain’s base lodge can serve as a hangout and a meeting space. Cross-country ski equipment and snowshoes are also available for guests who prefer to trek through Woodstock’s more than 60 kilometers of trails. An activity director can organize ski races and team-building activities.
“Where else can you own a ski mountain for the day?” said Werner Graef, Woodstock general manager. “As a skier, the idea of no lift lines and a wide-open run — well, that’s really appealing. As an event planner, the all-in-one pricing makes the program extremely turnkey.”
The Mountain Mondays package also includes a coffee and hot chocolate break, meeting and banquet setup, an activity director and a shuttle to other resort amenities.
The 142-room, AAA Four Diamond resort and member of Preferred Hotels and Resorts, is owned and operated by the Woodstock Foundation. Proceeds from its operations support the Woodstock Foundation and Billings Farm and Museum education and conservation programs.