Still Skiing at Killington Memorial Day Weekend

Here's the report from the Killington Resort—They are still skiing!!

Skiing Memorial Day Weekend

Killington Conditions
Our snowmakers built the base, you bumped and believed, and Mother Nature has thus far cooperated - that's right, the longest season in the East rolls on this Memorial Day Weekend (Friday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Saturday/Sunday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. & Monday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) at the only East Coast resort still turning a lift for skiing and snowboarding!

Sunday, May 28 is day 200 of our winter season, and you're invited to celebrate and share cake with us at the Roaring Brook Umbrella Bar around noon! This isn't the end, though, conditions permitting, we'll reopen Thursday, June 1 and beyond - stay tuned!
On Monday, May 29, we're celebrating Memorial Day by offering FREE skiing/snowboarding, mountain biking and golfing to all active duty, retired and honorably discharged members of the US Military - just present valid military I.D. a copy of your DD214 form or discharge certificate at a ticket window or the golf pro shop!
This weekend winter and summer collide.  The Golf Course is open for pass holders only on Friday, then daily summer operations begin for the public on Saturday, May 27. Golf Course pass holders also enjoy a 20% discount at the Clubhouse Bar & Grill May 26-June 9.
Over at the Bike Park, Snowshed lift service begins with weekend service (Saturdays, Sundays and Memorial Day 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) until Vermont Bike & Brew weekend (June 10) when Ramshead comes online and daily lift service starts.

The Snowshed Adventure Center also opens this weekend with the Beast Mountain Coaster and Skyeride operating 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and Memorial Day until the full Adventure Center begins daily operations June 17. We also expect the hiking center, K-1 Gondola and Peak Lodge to open on June 17.

As we continue our spring skiing and riding operations, be sure to check the Daily Report for up to date operations info – conditions change fast this time of year.

Trek to Taste Celebration—Sat., June 3rd, 10:30am-3pm

Walking is a great way to stay fit, meet friends, and enjoy the outdoors! On June 3, join us for guided walks starting at 10:30 AM and 12 Noon or grab a map and venture out on your own—along the way sample delicious, healthy foods from local producers. Dogs on leashes are welcome to join the fun!

Trek to Taste Celebration Video

Begin at the Forest Center
After parking at the Billings Farm & Museum (overflow lot across the street), join us at the national park’s Forest Center to start your journey. Enjoy displays & tastes prepared by Upper Valley students who have been studying local food and farms.

Walk to the Horse Shed Pasture 1 mile EASY!
This family-focused walk features art activities with ArtisTree, dairy treats with Billings Farm & Museum, and other special snacks.

Hike to the Nordic Ski Cabin 2 miles MODERATE!
Follow the historic Mount Tom carriage roads through the heart of the national park to the Youth Base for Trek to Taste. Join the Woodstock Union Middle/High School Farm to School team and other youth groups for local farm treats, fun, and merriment.

Trek to South Peak 4.5 miles HEARTY!
It’s the best view around! At the top, you will be rewarded with gourmet tastings of local foods
provided by members of Sustainable Woodstock.

Return for an Ice Cream Celebration RELAX!
Choose one, two or all three of these enjoyable walks. Then reward yourself with a treat back
at the Forest Center with live music.

Trek to Taste thanks its partners, including:
ArtisTree • Billings Farm & Museum • Billings Park Commission, Town of Woodstock
Change the World Kids • Green Mountain Club • King Arthur Flour


Trek to Taste Celebration

Woodstock Charm displayed in UnTacked Magazine

Sleep Woodstock Spotted in an Article About Woodstock

"Covered Bridges. Stunning scenery. Quaint inns, shops and restaurants. A perfect display of all four seasons..." The first sentence in this wonderful little article about Woodstock tells it all.

UnTacked magazine's article about woodstock is a must read for all our Green Moutain Horse Association. Plus you'll find us mentioned as one of the places to stay.

UnTacked Woodstock Article 


Sleep Woodstock Motel in UnTacked Mag Article

Special Olympics VT Returns to Woodstock March 3-5

Snowshoeing is part of the Special Olympics Vermont Winter Games. (Rick Russell Photo)

Ten Years of Special Olympics Vermont in Woodstock

March 3-5 will mark the tenth consecutive year that Special Olympics Vermont will have held its winter on snow event in Woodstock.

SOVt is part of a global movement committed year round to foster acceptance and inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities by using the power of sport to showcase their gifts and abilities.

Hundreds of athletes, family members, supporters and volunteers will converge on the community starting Friday the 3rd. Once again the winter games will be headquartered at the Woodstock Inn and at the Suicide Six Ski Area in South Pomfret.

For over four decades SOVt has provided activities in summer and winter with sports opportunities which “give participants opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendships with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.” continue reading

Sleep Woodstock is proud and honored to host, for the second year, 1 dozen participants. This is a special group of indidviduals who work harder and competed harder than anyone we know.