Mountain Stats

Elevations

Seven mountain areas make up Killington Resort and our sister resort, Pico Mountain. While Pico Mountain is not connected via our network of lifts, it is just 5 miles away and convenient shuttle service is offered daily between the two resorts.

Killington Peak (Summit) 4,241' (1,293m)
Skye Peak 3,800'
Ramshead Peak 3,610'
Snowdon Peak 3,592'
Bear Mountain Peak 3,262'
Sunrise Mountain Peak 2,456'
Pico Mountain Peak 3,967'
Base Elevation (Skyeship) 1,165' (325m)
Vertical Drop 3,050' (957m)

Winter Stats

With a Killington lift ticket or season pass, you have access to seven mountain areas, including Pico Mountain at Killington. Here's how the two resorts add up.

Killington Resort

Pico Mountain

Combined Total

Skiable Acres 1,509 468 1,977
Miles of Trails 73 19 92
Trails 155 57 212
   Easier 28% 18%
   More Difficult 33% 46%
   Most Difficult 39% 36%
Total Lifts 22 7 29
   Gondolas 2 0 2
   Quads 9 including 5 high-speed express quads 2 high-speed express quads 11
   Triples 3 2 5
   Doubles 2 2 4
   Surface 6 including 3 Magic Carpets 1 7

Terrain Parks/Pipes

The Resort offers multiple terrain features for snowboarders and freeskiers in six terrain parks including Burton’s The Stash, an all-natural inspired terrain park with more than 50 features as well as two pipes.

Bear Mountain 18-foot Halfpipe
The Stash
Dream Maker
Ramshead Mountain Easy Street Progression Park
Timberline
Neffland on Timberline
Halfpipe on Timberline
Early Season Reason in North Ridge Area
Mouse Run on Snowdon Mountain
Pico Mountain Triple Slope

Summer Stats

A summer adventure at Killington is driven by boundless outdoor opportunities and the sights, sounds and charm of small-town Vermont.

Golf Course 18-hole championship course
6,186 yards
Par 72
Mountain Biking 36 designated trails
45 miles of trails
Hiking 10 designated trails
15 miles of trails
Lift Access K-1 Express Gondola
Snowshed Express Quad