Historical Weather

Combine our abundant natural snowfall of 250 inches annually with the world's most extensive snowmaking system and Killington's elevation advantage, and what you get are the some of the best snow surface conditions all through the season.

Temperatures

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug  Sep Oct Nov Dec
Average High 31 34 44 57 70 78 82 80 71 60 47 35
Average Low 10 12 22 33 43 52 56 55 47 36 28 16

Monthly Snowfall Average

November 29 inches
December 33 inches
January 52 inches
February 55 inches
March 57 inches
April 24 inches

(Measured at the 4,000-foot level below the summit of Killington Peak)
 

 

Winter Season Information

Season     Open / Close Dates Total Snowfall        Snowfall after March 1
2013/14 October 23 - May 18 196" 49"
2012/13 Oct. 13-15; Nov. 5-May 26 208" 49"
2011/12 October 29 - April 22 152" 42"
2010/11 November  2 - May 1 263" 53"
2009/10 November  7 - April 25   230" 38"
2008/09 Nov. 2-6, Nov. 19-May 2 283" 30"
2007/08 November 16 - April 20 282" 62"
2006/07 November 23 - May 6 294" 125"
2005/06 Oct. 29-30, Nov. 19 - May 1 191" 24"
2004/05 November 9 - May 15 206" 55"
2003/04 November 10 - May 12 215" 50"
2002/03 October 25 - May 26 291" 58"
2001/02 November 6 - June 1 192" 63"
2000/01 October 29 - May 27 316" 125"
1999/00 October 25 - May 29 209" 50"
1998/99 October 22 - May 25 186" 55"
1997/98 October 1 - May 25 242" 65"
1996/97 October 4 - June 22 301" 119"
1995/96 October 17 - June 10 307" 120"
1994/95 October 3 - June 4 182" 36"
1993/94 October 1 - June 9 279" 62"
1992/93 October 1 - June 1 300" 99"
1991/92 October 21 - June 14 198" 49"
1990/91 October 27 - May 28 206" 39"
1989/90 October 10 - May 28 249" 44"
1988/89 October 13 - May 21 202" 42"
1987/88 October 12 - June 1 238" 55"