Killington Resort Resort Reviews

Reviews for Killington Resort

Read skier and snowboarder-submitted reviews on Killington Resort that rank the ski resort and mountain town on a scale of one to five stars for attributes such as terrain, nightlife and family friendliness. See how Killington Resort stacks up in the reviews, on and off the slopes, from skiing and family activities to the après scene. Read up on pros, cons and other comments in reviews left by fellow skiers and riders. Don't forget to submit your own Killington Resort review! Scroll to the bottom of this page to let other travelers know about your skiing and resort experience. For more destination information, click Add to Compare to see a side-by-side comparison of Killington Resort vs. other ski resorts (up to 10 total).

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Amy May

This mountain is exciting to ski and offers some of the best skiing experiences in New England. Navigating the base areas leaves a lot to be desired and would benefit from some serious traffic planning. That said, the mountain offers free public transit, which is a plus! Mountain management is doing its best to make Killington a year-round resort experience, offering mountain-biking and ropes courses. The apres life leaves a lot to be desired and is in dire need of an infusion of creativity, imagination, and capital.... Full Review
Great terrain
night life
6 months ago

Douglas Dyson

Vermont's apparent fear of living in a world with viruses has descended into outdoor recreation at Killington with a tyrant badge wearing wanna-be ski patrol that sees fit to drive away business with their rude demeanor and shoulder chips that are apparently the size of the Green Mountain range. Nothing I observed about the ski patrol's behavior was professional or respectful when they confronted paying guests with what is apparently their own, or the resort's, paralyzing fear about virus masks. We spent $4000 to ski and stay for an extended weekend for my family of 11. Who wants to pay money to enjoy the outdoors, but instead watch land sharks patrolling lift and ticket lines harassing folks. Lesson learned, we'll be skiing in a better state next time, bad for business.... Full Review
Great mountain
Ski Patrol behavior
8 months ago

pbowes9

I skid Kilimgton 63 days straight in college we had it do we to where we could find powder 7 days after a snowfall. Best mountain in the east for sure... Full Review
Hidden powder
Saturday a m crowds
8 months ago

Nick

Been going to Killington for over 10 years and only choose this mountain over numerous others over easy access, biggest mountain, lots of various trails for all skills, pricey but what ski resort isn't? Besides for your money you can't beat this mountain compared to others similarly priced but offer less. Sunday River and Sugarloaf IMO are the only closest competitors for the price ... Full Review
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Price and icey conditions at t...
9 months ago

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Full of people and ice. First experience with a ski mountain on the east coast. Probably should have brought my ice skates rather than my board. ... Full Review
Is a hill
Is a hill
2 years ago

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I had a great day on the mountain then the trouble started when I tried to get back to my hotel. My shuttle left early without me and left me stranded. The morning driver said there were several other shuttles, but the parking lot is mass chaos. When I asked some other shuttle and bus drivers if they had a stop at my hotel they were EXTREMELY rude and unhelpful. One driver literally yelled at me for asking if he went to my hotel. You are better off driving over to avoid feeling like a jerk.... Full Review
Mountain is awesome
Shuttles are terrible
2 years ago

Powder Hound

Sitting outside snowshed lodge as I write this, we’ve been skiing since first runs at 8am, and have hit every part of the mountain today. Could not find a single patch of snow greater than maybe 3 inches, and that’s being generous. Their reported overnight “storm total of 7 inches (and counting)” is simply a lie. This is on top of the fact that out of the 105 open trains, only three were left un-groomed. We left Boston at 4am this morning to shred first runs at Killington, and we are beyond disappointed. Powderhounds, would be wise to ignore Killington’s self reported snow totals, and only chase powder here if reported by someone you know personally.... Full Review
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Inaccurately Self-Reported Sno...
2 years ago

Powder Hound

Sitting outside snowshed lodge as I write this, we’ve been skiing since first runs at 8am, and have hit every part of the mountain today. Could not find a single patch of snow greater than maybe 3 inches, and that’s being generous. Their reported overnight “storm total of 7 inches (and counting)” is simply a lie. This is on top of the fact that out of the 105 open trains, only three were left un-groomed. We left Boston at 4am this morning to shred first runs at Killington, and we are beyond disappointed. Powderhounds, would be wise to ignore Killington’s self reported snow totals, and only chase powder here if reported by someone you know personally.... Full Review
Friendly Staff
Inaccurate New Snow Reports
2 years ago

Powder Hound

Sitting outside snowshed lodge as I write this, we’ve been skiing since first runs at 8am, and have hit every part of the mountain today. Could not find a single patch of snow greater than maybe 3 inches, and that’s being generous. Their reported overnight “storm total of 7 inches (and counting)” is simply a lie. This is on top of the fact that out of the 105 open trains, only three were left un-groomed. We left Boston at 4am this morning to shred first runs at Killington, and we are beyond disappointed. Powderhounds, would be wise to ignore Killington’s self reported snow totals, and only chase powder here if reported by someone you know personally.... Full Review
Friendly Staff
Inaccurate New Snow Reports
2 years ago

Ming Li

one of the best mountains in the northeast, you can't compare to the CO and CA and Utah resort, also have more discount for the beginner packages for a lift ticket, the lesson and buy the gears, only 399 for three days(include buy the gears, lift, and beginner lessons ) ... Full Review
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