Killington Resort Trail Map

View the trails and lifts at Killington Resort with our interactive trail map of the ski resort. Plan out your day before heading to Killington Resort or navigate the mountain while you're at the resort with the latest Killington Resort trail maps. Click on the image below to see Killington Resort Trail Map in a high quality.

Killington Ski Area

► Alpine ski area

The mountain has five base areas, all of which work to start your day on the mountain.

- Bear Mountain is the furthest south base area and has the most varied terrain of any base area. If you are traveling north on VT-100, this is the quickest way to get your day started, but is usually less crowded than Ramshead and Showshed. 

Ramshead Lodge and Snowshed Lodge are both near each other on the north side of the area. If you are driving south on US-4, these will be the first base areas you'll hit. This is where you'll find all ski schools; the snowshed double and showshed express quad will take you to the largest set of runs devoted to beginners. If you want to hit the terrain park, Ramshead is where you'll find the Woodward Mountain Park. 

Skyeship Lodge is a unique opportunity to avoid crowds. Located right on Route 4, it is a great place to park if you have all your gear ready to go. There are no rentals here, just a ticket window and a food court. Take the 3-mile Skyeship Express Gondola Stage I and then take Stage II, Needles or Northbrook Quad to your first runs. You'll save 10-15 minutes driving using this base. 

- Advanced skiers may want to start the day at K-1 Lodge. The K-1 express gondola takes you to Killington Peak, the summit of the ski area, where you can immediately find multiple double-black diamond runs. 

► Tubing

The Killington Tubing Park is located at the Clubhouse on East Mountain Road across from the Killington Grand Resort Hotel and offers a multi-lane, lift-serviced good time for everyone. Note that the tubing park is normally only open Friday through Sunday. 


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