Killington Ski Area
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Killington Ski Area / Killington Mountain Resort
200 trails, 31 lifts (31 including 2 heated express 8 passenger gondolas), 87 miles of skiing terrain, Vertical drop: 3050 feet, Summit elevation: 4241 feet, Skiable acres: 1,209, Total number of trails: 200 (30% beginner, 39% intermediate, 31% advanced).
Snowboarders report: New terrain park at Bear Mountain for forthcoming season
More people ski Killington than any other ski area in Vermont. For big action and varied terrain for all abilities, choose Killington. 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, which will see increased snowmaking and operation of its own quad chair. In addition, new tree skiing will be added at Bear Mountain and denoted as designated tree skiing areas on the trail map. The Timberline terrain park at Rams Head will also receive upgrades, tripling in length and a quarter-pipe will be added.As of Summer 2004, Killington has initiated a $2 million snowmaking system upgrade, which includes 15,000 feet of snowmaking pipe. Areas that have seen improvement are specifically, South Ridge and the lower mountain surrounding Killington, Rams Head and Snowshed base areas. When completed in its entirety, the upgrades will provide increased efficiency and effectiveness of the resort’s snowmaking system, the most extensive system 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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