Stretching across seven mountain areas, including Pico Mountain, Killington Resort features access to 190 trails and 29 lifts with one lift ticket, plus the highest lift-served terrain in Vermont from the 4,241-foot summit of Killington Peak via the K-1 Express Gondola. Killington’s elevation advantage delivers an average of 250 inches of natural snow every season and optimal temperatures to produce machine-made snow from more than 1,200 snow guns covering more than 600 acres of terrain.
Killington is known for its diversity of terrain and grooming expertise, providing skiers and riders of all ability levels a choice of wide-open groomed cruisers, narrow classic New England runs, moguls, steeps and 16 tree skiing areas. Killington also offers multiple terrain features for snowboarders and freeskiers, including Bear Mountain’s signature terrain parks and a 500-foot long Superpipe with 22-foot walls. Plus The Stash, Burton’s all-natural terrain park with more than 80 features, including a replica Vermont Sugar Shack. Killington is also home to world class events, including the Winter Dew Tour, Rails 2 Riches and The Stash Gathering.
Off-mountain activities include dog sledding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice skating, are combined with more than 100 restaurants and bars and shopping options throughout the region, making Killington the top resort in the Northeast for après and lively evening entertainment.
During the summer months, Killington features an 18-hole championship Geoffrey Cornish designed golf course; a Kona “Groove Approved” Mountain Bike Park featuring 45 miles of trails served by the K-1 Gondola; and the Pico Mountain Adventure Center with Alpine Slides, climbing walls, the Pico Power Jump, disc golf and mini golf.
A 2010 winner of the Vermont Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence and Pollution Prevention, Killington Resort continues to implement innovative energy conservation measures and environmental management practices to reduce energy consumption and the effects of climate change.
Killington Resort is easily accessible from all major East Coast cities by plane, train and automobile. Jet Blue and codeshare partner Cape Air provide daily flights between Boston’s Logan International Airport and Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport – a short 30 minute drive to the slopes of Killington Resort. Amtrak’s Ethan Allen Express provides daily service between Rutland and New York City’s Pennsylvania Station.
Killington and the Americans with Disabilities Act
Killington strives to ensure that every guest enjoys their time at the resort with maximum safety and comfort. For more information on the resort-wide Public Access Policy addressing service animals and use of other power driven mobility devices, please check the link below.