KILLINGTON RESORT GUIDE

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Killington

Killington Resort Overview

**Killington will require lift tickets to be puchased online and we highly recommend buying tickets ahead of time for the best rates. Parking reservations will NOT be required. Masks are recommended for indoor activities. For the latest on Killington's covid operating guidelines check their Winter 2021-22 Safety Policies


Killington lives up to its title "The Beast of the East" — it's the only Eastern resort to host an Alpine World Cup event, the second highest peak in the Northeast and has the most skiable acres. With an average annual snowfall of 250+ inches, and snow-making covering 70% of its terrain, it's consistently one of the first in the East to open (think Thanksgiving skiing) and the last to close (typically around Memorial Day). With 7 peaks, (including Pico), 155 runs and 6 terrain parks, Killington has something for everyone. During the 2018-19 season Killington benefited from the largest single year capital-investment of the past 20 years with big upgrades to the traffic flow and lift infrastructure.


All of this is easily accessible. Killington is part of the Ikon Pass and just under three hours of driving from Boston. From New York, the trip can take over 5 hours even without traffic. Killington offers a variety of live music performances, breweries, the Billings Farm Museum and the Paramount Theatre. Young adults will be drawn to Killington for its late night après ski offerings and terrain parks, which Ski Magazine considers to be among America's best.


The Ikon Pass offers 5 or 7 days total at Killington/Pico. Killington also offers special passes for novices, college students, mid-week riders and seniors. Check for special pass deals here.

Snow Reliability

Family Friendly

Snow-Making & Grooming

Travel Convenience

Terrain Variety

Extreme / Off-Piste Terrain

Ski School

Accommodations

On Mountain Dining