About the Resort
As one of the top USA resorts, Killington or the Big K – or even ‘The Beast’, is found on the east coast, and covers six forested mountains right in the centre of Vermont in the Green Mountains. A brilliant choice for beginners and intermediates, it’s known for its great range of
The Killington piste map is superb for groups and families, with its highest mountain, the Killington Peak reaching 1,292m. It’s actually the second-highest in the Green Mountain range. You’ve got a total of six peaks on offer here, plus there’s also a link to Pico, a sister resort.
If you’re thinking about Killington ski accommodation, you’ll find a great choice of catered and self-catered options. There are over 100 Killington hotels, plus 500 self-catering venues
A great benefit of Killington is its superb snowmaking facilities which is particularly helpful as the Vermont weather can be incredibly cold. Traditionally, March is the best time to visit Killington
If you’re looking for a resort that offers loads both on and off the slopes, Killington has lots to whet your appetite. Non-skiers in Killington can try sleigh rides and snowmobiling tours. Or relax in one of the spas at the hotels
We like Killington as it’s a huge resort – in fact the Killington piste map makes up the largest resort in New England. With superb facilities for beginners and a great choice for intermediates too, they have excellent snowmaking and a great lift system to match.
A huge resort that ensures you’ll find a great deal of different terrain to explore, Killington really has a passion for innovation. If it’s pure adrenalin that you’re looking for, you’ll definitely want to try the 600ft Skyeride zipline and the Beast Mountain Coaster
+The biggest resort in New England
+Excellent for beginners and great nursery slopes.
Things to think about
-Not the best for non skiers.
-No real resort feel with accommodation spread out.
Killington Ski Pass
Child Pass 7-18 Years