With 6 Interlinked Peaks Your Spoilt for Choice
Located in central Vermont, Killington has 155 trails, 21 lifts, and 1,509 acres extending across six interconnected mountain peaks. The primary mountain is Killington Peak at 4,229, which has the second-highest summit in Vermont and has the second greatest vertical drop in the eastern United States (3,050 ft), after Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington, New York at 3,430 ft.
The resort offers trails ranging from beginner to expert, so perfectly suited to students with varying abilities. Part of the mountain is set aside for terrain parks, with five snowboard and alpine parks. Killington has a learning area for first-time skiers, the “Accelerated Learning Area”. Killington has one of the east’s largest half-pipes located at Bear Mountain for a portion of each winter season. There are boarder cross terrain and at least three to five major trails with ramps and jumps. Killington averages 250 inches of natural snow each winter. That, coupled with a snowmaking system that covers 71% of the trails, has allowed Killington to offer what is often the longest skiing season in eastern North America, which usually spans from late October to late May, over 200 days.
The accommodation we feature can be found near the resort base station, saving your group time in the mornings by giving you quick access to the slopes and ski school.
Why not add to your stay with a City Stopover in New York or Boston!
Resort Height 4,241ft
Vertical Drop 957ft
Highest Lift 3100ft
No. of Lifts 25
No. of Trails 155
Easy Runs 17%
Medium Runs 40%
Difficult Runs 43%
Acres of Piste 1,977
Longest Run 6.5 miles
Average Snowfall 250 inches
Flight time 7hrs
Transfer times 2.5hrs from Boston, 6hrs from NY
The Mountain Inn
This inn is within 800 yards of the Killington Ski Area. This hotel features an outdoor heated pool, stone fireplace in the lobby, and large-screen TV room. Mountain Inn rooms include a coffee maker and private bathrooms and are equipped with Wi-Fi and cable TV. The Killington Mountain Inn features a hot tub and sauna and guests at the inn can ride the ski shuttle or have a meal in the picnic area. The inn is 6 miles from the Pico Mountain, which features winter sports and horseback riding.
- Outdoor heated pool (seasonal)
- Indoor pool
- Ski storage
Inn of Six Mountains
The Inn of the Six Mountains is a Killington, Vermont resort hotel nestled in the scenic Green Mountains of the Appalachian Trail. This beautiful mountain retreat is the best of both worlds – full-service Vermont ski hotel accommodations and warm hospitality that makes every guest feel welcomed. Our 3-Diamond, AAA-approved resort is the perfect place to enjoy year-round recreation, or to discover the unique charm of local villages.
- Color cable TV, DVD player
- In-room safe
- Full private bath with hairdryer
- Fully cooked hot breakfast buffet (Mid December – early April)
- Continental breakfast during the remainder of the year
- Shuttle service to and from the ski resort (Winter only)
- Lending Library with over 200 DVD’s from current to classics
- Board Games and DVD Games
- Movie room with 2 showings a night (one for children and one for adults)
- Treats in lobby at 4 during the winter (apple cider & fresh baked cookies)
- Free use of computer in lobby to check email
Holiday Inn Rutland
Just off Route 7, near downtown Rutland, Vermont, within driving distance of the Killington ski area, this hotel offers free wireless internet and an on-site restaurant. Holiday Inn Rutland – Killington Area features an indoor pool with 2 hot tubs. Paynter’s Restaurant at the Rutland Holiday Inn serves casual meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. After dinner, guests can enjoy a drink and watch one of the 5 TVs in the Centre Stage Lounge.
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool (all year)
- Hot tub/jacuzzi
- Fitness centre
- Sun terrace
- Ski storage
- Gift shop