Sushi Yoshi Presents the 2nd Annual Killington (Up &) Down Hill Roll

This year’s event will be a relay-style race, with the first person crossing the finish line winning the race for the team.

Three person teams consisting of 1 road rider, 1 cross country rider, and 1 downhill rider can compete. The winning team members will receive a Killington 2015-16 Blackout Ski Pass!

Individual Riders are also welcome to join any leg of the race they would like. There will be an individual rider category for each discipline, separate from the relay. Prizes will be awarded to the best individual riders as well!

The course will start at Skyeship base, traverse up Killington Peak, and finish back down at Snowshed.

Roadies will ride from Skyeship base up East Mountain Road, to Snowshed to “tag” a cross country climber. The cross country climber then will ride up to K1 and “tag” a downhill rider. The downhill rider will finish the race by riding down to Snowshed base.

After the race is finished, all riders will gather and ride in a “critical mass” from Snowshed base to Sushi Yoshi to begin the After Party and Awards Ceremony!

Plus, riders will receive a biking jersey, and a raffle ticket for a chance to win a Downhill Bike and other great prizes. They’ll donate all profit from the registration to the KMBC to put towards construction of cross country trails in Killington.

For more detailed info or to register: or call (802) 422-4241 to reserve your spot today!

2nd Annual Killington (Up &) Down Hill Roll

It’s December 11th and already it looks like February 11th. Piles and piles of wonderful white fluffy stuff can be found on Killington and Pico slopes as well as around the motel. The snow may not be in your back yard, but it’s in ours. Here’s a few pictures to inspire you to come on up and Ski and Snow Board:

Killington Gondola Snow Storm

From Marc S., one of our guests

Ride up the mountain

From Marc S., one of our guests

Sleep Woodstock Motel Snow 11/12/14

Sleep Woodstock Motel, Thursday, December 12, 2014—The snow is HERE! 

January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month nationwide, and we know that there is no better place to experience the thrill of learning to ski or ride than in its original state. Here in Vermont, we have some of the best instructors in the world, and plenty of terrain for those starting out. Learn to ski and ride month isn’t only for those who have never been on snow before. You too can learn a new snow sport through Learn to Ski and Snowboard month. Ski Vermont is once again offering a $29 package for beginners including a beginner area lift ticket, lesson and rental in January 2014.

What’s the Deal?

In the spirit of spreading the love of winter to new enthusiasts, the majority of our member resorts will be offering $29 beginner lesson during the month of January, excluding Holiday periods. The beginner package includes equipment rental as well as a lesson with a professional instructor (lesson duration varies by resort) and access to the beginner terrain. Due to the deeply discounted price, we will only offer one beginner package per person.

These packages are for BEGINNERS ONLY.

Killington Resort
Valid for ages 7 and over
Click here for online booking

Pull out the gear and start planning your ski trip(s)

Suicide Six, Woodstock’s ski resort located only a short drive from Sleep Woodstock Motel, opened today for the season. They have many weekly ticket specials; you can read up on their offerings at

Also within a fifteen minute drive is Killington ski resort and Pico Mountain. Visit or for everything you need to know about skiing at these world famous winter playgrounds.

Plan Your Ski Trip at Sleep Woodstock Motel