Suicide Six Trails
We are excited to announce that the mountain bike trails at Suicide Six are now open for pedal access! Trails are accessible from the Suicide Six parking lot at no charge, we just ask that you play smart, and use your best judgement.
Please adhere to all outdoor recreation guidelines as outlined by the Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation. This include our furry friends too – please leash all pets when onsite.
Get your downhill fix, while earning your berms! By way of pedal power, you’ll find flowy tracks, progressive terrain, and features for everyone on the trails at Suicide 6. Our uphill routes range from easy ascents to challenging climbs, with options for everyone to enjoy.
The Suicide 6 trails are free to use, please respect all other users and adhere to all posted policies.
Please Read: 2020 Operational Updates
Outdoor recreation, fresh air, and exercise are now more important than ever, and we are proud to develop and showcase the incredible resources we have available to us. We continue to offer mountain bike rentals at the resort and will tailor different riding and recreational experiences based out of our new Activities/Adventure center, housed adjacent to the Woodstock Inn. More information will be presented shortly with the wide range of available and bespoke offerings for the best ways to enjoy our region.
This season, we are focusing on our partnership with VMBA and specifically our local chapter WAMBA (Woodstock Area Mountain Bike Association). The local availability of world-class riding includes vast networks at Suicide Six, Mount Peg, and the Aqueduct trails which are free to the riding public. We encourage you to explore membership or donations and help support the grassroots, non-profit organization that builds, maintains, and promotes these amazing places to recreate. This summer season, we will not offer lift-serve downhill mountain biking at Suicide Six, but with easy pedal access, you can earn your turns and still feel the flow we’ve become so famous for.
All our trails are free to use, please respect other users and adhere to all posted policies.
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