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Suicide Six 1 Day Lift Tickets

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About Suicide Six 1 Day Lift Tickets

  • Details

    This deal is good for one full-day lift ticket to ski or ride Suicide Six, VT. Experience pure joy!

  • Pick-up Instructions

    Please print your confirmation voucher and bring it to the Suicide Six ticket window to redeem your lift ticket.


    Due to rising COVID-19 case counts across the Northeast, the State of Vermont has implemented a mandatory quarantine for anyone returning or traveling to Vermont.


    Please note that the State of Vermont has strict guidelines for those traveling to Vermont from out of state. Quarantining requirements exist for anyone traveling into Vermont. Every guest must complete our Ski Attestation Form certifying that they will remain in compliance with all current travel guidelines before they can ski or snowboard this winter. This form should be completed within 24 hours of your arrival for a day of skiing and riding at Suicide Six Ski Area.


    Please read the details carefully and if you are unable to comply, please do not travel to us at this time. Thank you.

Suicide Six Ski Report, Mountain Conditions and Resort Statistics

550 ft Base Elevation
1,200 ft Peak Elevation
650 ft Vertical Drop

Don’t let the name fool you! Suicide Six is one of the most family-friendly ski areas in Vermont. With 30% beginner, 40% intermediate and 30% advanced trails, there’s fun in store for the skier and rider of every age and ability. And you’ll be sharing a family experience that dates back to Wallace “Bunny” Bertram, who opened the first ski lift on Hill No. 6 (thus, the name) back in 1937. Snowboarders please note: you’ll be shredding on the same slopes that proudly hosted the first National Snow Snurfing competition in 1982! With 23 trails and a terrain area, two double chairlifts, a J-bar for beginners, full service rental/retail shop, professional ski and snowboard school, cafeteria, “Out of Bounds” restaurant/bar, free Wi-Fi and the friendliest staff around, there’s something at Suicide Six for everyone!...Read more

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