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3 Places to Sled (or Tube) In and Around Woodstock

While COVID numbers are still on the rise and staying safe and social distancing is still the main priority, being outdoors is a great way to have some fun while still be cautious. So grab your sled and hit these three spots perfect for sledding and having some adventure in and close to Woodstock.


Mt Tom Sledding Hill


Just north of Billings Farm & Museum on Route 12 in Woodstock, all you need to do is bring your sled or tube. Free to the public. This is perfect for little kids or beginners alike.


 

Quechee Sledding Hill


You can speed down the Quechee Sledding Hill located next to the Quechee Ski Hill. Sled paths are groomed within the fenced area during the day, conditions permitting of course and free to the public. 


Mt. Ascutney State Park


Just a quick trip from Woodstock Mt. Ascutney State Park has plenty of winter activities, including sledding; other activities include ice fishing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing. Sledding is free to the public. For more information on parking and hot spots to look for, click here.


Happy sledding everyone!

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