Vermont offers some of the best in winter excitement and adventure, and guests of the Woodstock Inn & Resort have boundless opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors - both at the resort and nearby. From skiing and snowmobiling to dog sledding and exploring local attractions, there are enticing winter activities available that are certain to please every interest. Below you will find some of the most popular ways to spend all or part of a winter’s day during your stay with us.
Located in scenic Windsor, just 14 Miles from the Woodstock Inn & Resort, Harpoon Brewery offers a guided tour of the brewery on weekends, and the Harpoon Riverbend Taps and Beer Garden is open daily for lunch, a snack or a beverage - with a full selection of beers on tap straight from the source.
Just 14 Miles from the resort you will find the excitement and adventure of snowmobiling with Killington’s oldest and most experienced snowmobile tour. Take the ride of your life with a full range of riding options suited for everyone - from novices to the most advanced snowmobile riders.
Nearby Windsor also offers the opportunity to experience the unique thrill of dog sledding. Enjoy a hands-on adventure in the great outdoors when you go sledding with a team of purebred Siberian huskies. This unparalleled experience allows you to take turns sitting or standing, so that guests of all ages have a chance to mush.
Located right here at the Woodstock Inn, the Nordic Center features 30 km of trails surrounding the village of Woodstock. All 30 km are mapped and groomed for either classical or skating techniques. The Nordic Center shop offers rental and retail ski and snowshoe equipment, as well as clothing and both private and semi-private lessons.
Discover some of Vermont’s best skiing at Suicide Six, a run on the aptly named Show Off, a black-diamond bump run featuring a 250-yard stretch of moguls. Or zip down the fast paced slope of The Face, a groomed black diamond as wide as an eight-lane highway, offering incomparable thrills. With 30% beginner, 40% intermediate and 30% advanced slopes, you will find a trail for skiers of every age and ability.
Just a half of mile from the resort, the Billings Farm and Museum offers the opportunity to explore an operating dairy farm along with a museum of Vermont's rural past. Learn about Jersey cattle, sheep, horses, oxen and chickens through interactive programs and activities. Explore the barns and nurseries, and tour the authentically restored 1890 Farm House and 19th century barns for a glimpse of rural history.