Woodstock Nordic Center


(802) 457-6674

76 South Street, Woodstock, VT 05091


The Woodstock Nordic Center offers 45 km of skiing right in the town of Woodstock, VT on two trail systems. The Mount Peg trails begin on the golf course at the Woodstock Country Club and climb to the summit overlooking the village below. On Mt. Tom, the Center grooms nearly 20 km of trails on old carriage roads in the midst of Vermont's first tree farm and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. The Woodstock Inn & Resort, which operates the Nordic Center is a 142 room AAA four Diamond Resort in the heart of Woodstock. The town of Woodstock is the quintessential New England town with a wonderful collection of restaurants and shops.

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The Nordic Center operation is open 7 days a week, from 9 AM – 4 PM (subject to change based on snow conditions). With an extensive network of winter trails throughout Mount Peg and Mount Tom, the Woodstock Inn & Resort Nordic Center offers more than 40 km of groomed trails for skate and classic XC skiing, as well as several trails left in their natural state for backcountry skiing. Snowshoers & fatbike riders may use the groomed ski trail areas in addition to the series of ungroomed trails for a more invigorating hike.

XC ski and snowshoe rentals, winter clothing, accessories and trail passes are all available at the Nordic Center.

Woodstock Inn & Resort has designed a series of winter adventure-themed vacation packages built around the Nordic Center. From romantic to adventurous, the value-packed getaways are designed for an exhilarating way to experience the peace and tranquility of Woodstock in winter. The Nordic Center features expert-led tours, group teambuilding exercises, and family-friendly scavenger hunts. Enhanced experiences are also available including select Saturday Lunch treks to the resort’s cozy cabin in the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.

Trail passes, rental equipment, and lessons are available. All day trail fee is $25 for adults and there are lower fees for children and seniors. Rentals of skis or snowshoes including poles range from $20 to $30 for adults and $18 for children (aged 5-17). Private lessons are $85 per hour, semi-private lessons are $75 per hour and groups of 4 or more are $65 per hour.

At the Woodstock Inn & Resort authentic New England craftsmanship greets guests at every turn, seamlessly combining Vermont’s charming, old-world style with elegant, modern touches. Choose from rooms with real wood-burning fireplaces, wood-beam bed frames, deluxe marble bathrooms with organic bath products, and more, each exhibiting Vermont’s natural spirit and classic beauty.

The Woodstock Inn & Resort also has an Athletic Club with heated indoor pool and indoor tennis courts. The Spa with therapeutic massage, steam room, sauna & jacuzzi is also on the property. Nearby alpine skiing and snowboarding can be found at Suicide Six Ski Area. Other winter and summer recreational activities abound in the region, which includes Simon Pearce handcrafted glassware and pottery and the Quechee Gorge.

Directions: Woodstock is conveniently located with nearby access to I-89 (heading north to Burlington, VT south to New Hampshire and Boston) and I-91 (heading south to Hartford). For online driving directions, Click Here. Rail - Amtrak stops daily at White River Junction, 14 miles from Woodstock. Click Here for schedules to and from Washington, D.C. (via New York), Montreal, Canada and Boston. Flights arrive daily in Lebanon, New Hampshire Airport (20 minutes from Woodstock). Domestic flights arrive daily in Manchester, NH, or Burlington, VT (both 90 minutes from Woodstock). International travelers may fly into Burlington, VT, Boston or Hartford, CT. Please contact Woodstock Inn & Resort for private shuttle options or pick-up/drop-off services. CCSAA member.