wicked waystation

A Southern Vermont community lodge serving Winter enthusiasts (Mt. Snow, Stratton, and Magic Mountains); plus bmx, cyclists & hikers (Appalachian and Long Trails); and anyone who wants to make friends and enjoy this beautiful region!


Rooms and Rates:

We are a tiny hostel-style lodge and we are still building an automated booking platform… (Coming very soon… thank you for your patience!) For now, for better prices, kindly contact us via Ig, Fb, Messenger or txt to book (TXT IS BEST!!)

HIKERS welcomed starting June 1st – please find our logistics/guidance, SUMMER FLAT RATE, SLACK OPTIONS & LOCAL SPECIAL EVENTS HERE please note this year we will be directing any/all funds towards local charities in lieu of payment for our hospitality. (Visit our Farmers Market every Saturday during the Summer/School Vacation time!!! Ask about Local Community Meals!!! Join us for our traditional 4th of JULY PARADE!!! [Be IN our town’s PARADE – we “are” a FLOAT!!] Enjoy the Blueberry Festival, local Live Music events, and more!!!)

SKIERS/RIDERS can find our WINTER TIERED RATES HERE. (We often announce special deals via Instagram/Fb – Follow us!!)

(You can also find us on AirBnB [click here], but please note fees are usually higher there!!)


Large Private/Family Room [currently under renovation/unavailable pending permit] (max. 4 people): this is a warmly decorated, ample, bright private room, with cozy armchairs and the added charm of exposed old roof beams. It’s fitted with one Queen Bed and two Twins.

Small Private Rooms [currently under renovation/unavailable pending permit] (max. 2 people): these are cozy rooms for singles or couples, fitted simply with a Full/Double bed, small desk and comfy armchair. They

[Private Rooms are located on the upper level of the farmhouse and share a dedicated full-bath located just out the door, across the small hallway. They are usually rented seasonably to mountain employees or semi-resident guests in the Winter season and thus often not available for daily rentals.]

Bunk room (4 bunks [one bunk currently unavailable/pending permit]): large communal room with ample windows and a central, charming gas stove heater. Each bed is fitted with linen, an extension cord/USB port, and a small reading light (lower bunk beds have a privacy blind.) All beds are available individually or in groups of 2 [full bunk] or 3 [full bunk + trundle; trundle only available for booking when full bunk is booked by the same person.]

SUMMER RATE for a bunk room stay is usually $50+10% VT Tax; this year we will be directing any/all funds towards local charities in lieu of payment for our hospitality. ALL INCLUSIVE fee: shower, laundry, wi-fi, linen & towel, full use of kitchen & lounge area, game room, shuttle to/from trailhead. Breakfast not provided, but full kitchen and basic ingredients available for hikers to make their own, including cereals & oats, coffee & teas. (Fresh local eggs for sale.) Local frozen meals (burritos, loaded mac & cheese, pizzas and breakfast sandwiches) and fresh pastries for sale on site. Walking distance to Country Store (0.3mi) and Post Office (0.8mi.) Packages accepted. No other businesses in the area. No ATM. Great slack-packing opportunities on both ends (Bennington and Manchester!!) – check link on top of page for details!! Please note we cannot accommodate work-for-stay requests or pets.

WINTER RATES for bunk room beds range from $60-80 + 10% VT Tax per person/bed, per night, depending on number of guests in the party, day of the week, and length of stay. (Scroll up for full rate schedule.)


Contact info: Thais Gherardi, owner and manager

+1 917-999-6793 info@wundorwoven.com

Fb/Ig messages @wickedwaystation

We are located at 356 Stratton-Arlington Road, West Wardsboro, VT 05360

(10min to Mount Snow; 15-20min to Stratton; 35min to Magic!)


Please MAKE SURE your GPS shows the town of WARDSBORO in your address selection. Many will default to Stratton, which is just a mile up the road and the WRONG ADDRESS!!! We are very close to the West Wardsboro Store, just a quarter-mile from the intersection with Route 100, almost at the end of Stratton-Arlington Rd. (Through first-hand experience driving in Southern Vermont, we have found Google Maps to be much more accurate and reliable than Apple Maps or Garmin…)