Located in Southern Vermont within the Green Mountains lies the premier ski resort of Killington. One of the East’s best ski destinations, Killington has the longest ski season in the East, the largest vertical drop in New England and a diverse terrain offering both gentle groomers for beginners, steep mogul runs for the experts and great terrain parks for hours of mountain adventures.
Killington is a unique destination that stands apart from other ski towns. Explore the town, eat at great restaurants, enjoy plenty of off-mountain activities and immerse yourself into the fun après ski scene. A jam packed schedule of festivals, competitions, events and live music ensures good times in this special town. Golfers will love the course set amidst the unique mountain terrain with spectacular views. For nature lovers, Killington has 45 miles of excellent trails to explore through streams and fields of wildflowers.
If you are looking for an adrenaline kick, there is no shortage of options at the Adventure Center. Ride the lift to the Mountain Bike Park for switchbacks and technical freeride terrain, take to the skies on the SkyeRide with unbeatable views, practice your somersaults on the Skyejump, play a round of disc golf, have an amazing time working your way through the Terra-Maze then on to the Beast Coaster, a 4800-foot alpine coaster that twists and turns through the woods. It’s all thrills at the Killington Adventure Center.
Beast of the East
Killington undoubtedly lives us to its name The Beast of the East. Feel the snow under your feet and the wind in your face as you explore the wide-open groomed cruisers, narrow runs, glades and moguls. Killington has 155 trails, 22 lifts and 1509 acres across six interconnected mountain peaks. It’s BIG! Beginners can cruise the open slopes of Snowshed and Sunrise Mountain, while expert skiers head to Bear Mountain, home to Outer Limits, a super steep double black diamond mogul run and Devil’s Fiddle, another double black diamond. Bear Mountain is also home to terrain parks and a superpipe. Pico Mountain, Killington’s seventh peak, operates as a separate resort but is accessible on the Killington Ski Pass.
Killington offers plenty to do off the mountain during the winter months. Head to the Adventure Center for unlimited fun in the snow or to the Tubing Park at the heart of the resort, a multi-lane lift serviced park. Relax and take in spectacular views on a scenic gondola ride to the top of 4241-foot Killington Peak, explore the Killington trails on a snowcat-drawn sleigh ride, experience the excitement and adventure of snowmobiling or snowshoe Killington’s rustic trails.
Adventure all day in Killington and end your day with a luxury spa treatment followed by the ultimate backcountry dining experience, an intimate and unique yurt dinner.
Feel the snow under your feet and enjoy the fresh air with us this season at Killington, Vermont.