Resort stretches across six mountains and features 140 diverse trails
served by 22 lifts. Killington's elevation advantage, combined with the
world’s most extensive 600-acre snowmaking system and 250 inches of
annual snowfall, means you’ll enjoy the best ski and snowboard
conditions every day of the season!
Killington is known for its diversity of terrain, providing
skiers and riders of all ability levels a choice of wide-open groomed
cruisers, narrow classic New England runs, moguls, steeps and trees.
Killington offers multiple terrain features for snowboarders and
freeskiers, including five terrain parks and a 500-foot long Superpipe.
The Killington Region has many other activities including
cross-country skiing, rock climbing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, dog
sledding, spas, shopping, fine dining and nightlife.
Killington's 17-vehicle Grooming Fleet grooms 50-80% of open
terrain on a nightly basis. We also have numerous trails that are left
untouched for the mogul enthusiasts, including Outer Limits - the
steepest, longest mogul slope in the East!
Elevation: Killington Peak(Summit): 4,241' (1,293m)
22 Lifts: 2 high speed, express gondolas with 3 separate loading points, 9 quads including 5 high-speed express quads
Terrain: 2752 ( 469 ha) skiable acres, 140 trails; 28%
easier, 33% more difficult, 39% most difficult/expert. Killington
averages an annual snowfall of 250" (635cm)
Snowmaking: Covers 600 acres covered by snowmaking, 1500 snow guns (including 500 Low Energy guns)
Parks and Pipes
Superpipe: 22-foot walls, maintained by a Zaugg Pipe-Cutter
Terrain parks: The Stash, Dream Maker and OL Rail Park at Bear
Mountain, Timberline at Ramshead, Mouse Run at Snowdon (early season)
Hours of Operation:
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday;
8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Weekends and Peak Days (12/24/10 - 1/02/11; 1/15 - 1/17/11; 2/19 - 2/27/11)