Suicide Six Ski Area

Album Description: Historic Ski Area in the heart of New England. Part of the Woodstock Inn & Resort.

Early Travelers arriving at the Inn
A later Poma T-100 high speed ski-tow. The first of it's kind in New England
Enjoying the rope tow
The first Ski Tow, at Gilbert's hill, what would become Suicide Six
The Gully House, at one time the Base Lodge of operations
An early Tucker SnoCat grooming machine
Early Ski Shuttle from the Woodstock Inn
Historic Marker
Base area at sunrise
Tim Reiter, Suicide Six Ski Area Director
Summit View
Beautiful February morning!
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