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)|
|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)|
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.
|Miles of Trails||73||19||92|
|Quads||9 including 5 high-speed express quads||2 high-speed express quads||11|
|Surface||6 including 3 Magic Carpets||1||7|
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|
|Ramshead Mountain||Easy Street Progression Park|
|Neffland on Timberline|
|Halfpipe on Timberline|
|Early Season||Reason in North Ridge Area|
|Mouse Run on Snowdon Mountain|
|Pico Mountain||Triple Slope|
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|
|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|