The Woodstock Resort Corporation holds an easement on all of the park's carriage roads and trails for winter use. The Woodstock Inn & Resort Nordic Center maintains and grooms over 20 kilometers / 12 miles of park trails as part of its larger Nordic trail network. To use these trails for skiing and snowshoeing you must have a valid Day ticket or Season pass. Passes can be purchased at the Nordic Center on Rte 106. For more information visit: Woodstock Nordic Center | The Woodstock Inn and Resort or call (802) 457-6674.
► Dogs on a leash are permitted on the trails during the winter. Please clean-up after your dog, removing any waste to an off-site trash bin.
Approximately 4 miles of trail along the main carriage road corridors have been designated as ‘Multi-Use Trails’ in winter – walkers are permitted to use these trails free of charge (without purchasing a pass from the Nordic Center) provided they do not walk in the ski tracks, keep dogs on leash at all times, and respect the skiing-and snowshoeing-only trails. The Multi-Use Trails are marked in red on the map shown on this page.
Any person using the trail system in winter on snowshoes or skis may be directed by Woodstock Nordic Center employees monitoring the trails to purchase a pass. Any person walking on the trail system in winter may be directed by Woodstock Nordic Center employees to stick to the Multi-Use Trails.
► More Information about Winter Sports and safety at the park.
Last updated: December 23, 2021