- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Closed (end of season)|
Season Start/End: 11/ 5 - 5/24
|1165ft - 4241ft|
|28%| 33%| 39%| 0%|
|from US$62 to US$88
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Killington Resort is a premier ski resort located in Southern Vermont within the Green Mountains. Heralded as one of the East’s best ski destinations, Killington is home to an extensive trail system that spans six mountains.
Killington's terrain is extremely diverse, ranging from gentle groomers, learning areas to steep mogul runs and gladed trails, as well as some of the best terrain parks in the northeast. Guests can also enjoy a wide variety of attractions in the Killington region, including snowmobile tours, dog sledding, fine dining and of course, nightlife.
Killington, Vermont, Resort Overview Video //
Located in the heart of the Green Mountains, Killington Resort is situated across six mountains and features 140 trails all served by 22 lifts. "The Beast of the East" benefits from a 4,241 foot peak elevation, an impressive 600-acre snowmaking system as well as over 250 inches of average annual snowfall.
Killington's terrain is diverse but includes trails for beginners to the experts. Beginners will find gentle groomers and learning areas. While experts and advanced skiers and snowboarders have steep mogul runs, gladed trails and terrain parks to explore.
The Killington village is home to a wide selection of restaurants bars and lodging options. The village is also home to some great nightlife and après possibilities. The resort is also host to multiple activities other than skiing and snowboarding including snow tubing, snow shoeing and sleigh rides.
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