Welcome to Killington – Vermont’s Largest Ski Area. Killington is a four-season destination resort on 3,000 acres in the heart of VT’s Green Mountains. Home to the longest ski & snowboard season in the East. Killington offers 7 distinct mountain areas include Killington Peak, the second highest point in the state at 4,241 feet. It may take you quite a while to ski all of Killington’s 212 trails! With current improvements and renovations, Killington is bigger and better than ever. The Beast is marketing name for this huge New England ski resort. The Beast includes a wide variety of trails and multiple mountains of fun. Killington’s $25 million capital investment—the largest single-year investment in the resort in more than 20 years is contributing to the excitement. Killington now offers new lifts, extensive modernization of the K-1 Express Gondola, construction of tunnels for better skier flow across the resort, the introduction of RFID ticketing and significant snowmaking improvements.
Meanwhile, down the Mountain Road, you’ll find the Pickle Barrel Nightclub, The Wobbly Barn, and other nightlife, dining, inns, and ski lodge accommodations. Share your Killington Resort reviews or comments, contact us.
Killington Mountain Resort
The Inn at Long Trail, 709 Rt. 4, Sherburne Pass, Killington, VT 05751 | 802-775-7181
Enjoy the charm and hospitality of Killington's most historic inn and ski lodge, serving skiers, hikers, and people who love the Vermont mountains since 1938! Offering country bedrooms and fireplaced suites.
Visit Inn at Long Trail - Killington, VT
Killington Ski Area / Killington Mountain Resort
Killington, VT 05751
212 trails, 30+ lifts including
heated express 8 passenger gondolas, 87 miles of skiing terrain, Vertical drop: 3050 feet, Summit elevation: 4241 feet. (30% beginner, 39% intermediate, 31% advanced).
More people ski Killington than any other ski area in Vermont. Killington Resort offers big action and varied terrain for all skier abilities. There is also an excellent selection of Killington lodging available, choose from our listing of Killington area inns, resorts, lodges, hotels, home, and slopeside condo and vacation home rentals.
Killington’s hidden extreme gem is Bear Mountain’s Devil’s Fiddle, a double black diamond trail with rocks, cliffs, and its own natural terrain features.
Killington is owned and operated by Powdr Adventure Lifestyle Company. The company also owns Pico Resort in Killington and other ski resorts including Copper Mountain in Colorado, Boreal Mountain in Tahoe, California, and others.
KILLINGTON TERRAIN PARKS/PIPES
6 premier parks and more than 150 features, all immaculately maintained by the best park crew on snow.
Killington has spent millions of dollars on snowmaking system upgrades in recent years. Killington Resort offers one of the most extensive snowmaking systems in North America.
Getting There: Killington is 11 miles east of Rutland and 19 miles west of Woodstock, Vermont. The resort is 250 miles from New York City and 300 km (190 miles) from Montreal.
From Boston, take I-93 north to I-89 north to U.S. 4 west to Killington. The 160-mile drive takes 3 hours.
From Montreal, take Highway 10 east to Highway 35 south. Exit at Route 133 south and follow to Interstate 89 south. Exit Interstate 89 at Exit 3 in Bethel, VT and follow VT 107 and VT 100 south to Killington. The 190 mile (300 km) drive takes 3.5 hours.
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