Ski Resort in Killington, Vermont

Killington Resort Hotel Ski Vacations at the Green Mountains in

Skiing in Vermont

The Country’s Best Skiing

The Inn of the Six Mountains is a Vermont hotel located just one mile from Killington Ski Resort, the biggest ski destination on the East Coast. Killington boasts one of the country’s longest ski seasons, thanks to an average of 250 inches of annual snowfall and the world’s most extensive snowmaking system. The Killington, VT ski resort stretches across seven mountains and features 200 trails covering 87 miles, and caters to all skill levels. 57 miles of trails are covered by the snowmaking system.

Diverse terrain includes open cruisers, classic New England runs, moguls, steeps, and trees — making this Green Mountains ski resort a popular Vermont destination for almost any skiing preference. In addition, there are five terrain parks and a 430-foot-long Superpipe. Local transportation at Killington Ski Resort includes 33 lifts, 2 heated express gondolas and more.

For your convenience, the Inn of the Six Mountains offers a complimentary shuttle bus (in season) to and from the ski resort. See the front desk for pick-up and drop off times.

In addition to skiing, Killington Ski Resort offers the following snow recreation:

  • Snowboarding
  • Snowmobile Tours
  • Sleigh Rides
  • Snowshoeing
  • Cross-Country Skiing

Additional activities at the Snowshed Adventure Center include the outdoor Snow Action Park, snowskate park with rails and boxes, and the indoor Kids Zone.

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FAQ

jason l
Ski Resorts in New Hampshire?

My family will be vacationing in Ashland, New Hampshire in early 2010...I have two questions:

Where is the best place to ski in New Hampshire? and When are the ski resorts forced to close due to lack of snow? (looking for approximate date--I realize seasons vary, but I am asking for the average date the resorts close) Thanks to all!

I've always been partial to Cannon Mountain. Loon Mountain is nice too. Never skied Attitash but I hear it's nice as well.

konpyuta982
Tell me why Killington Ski Resort in Vermont is worth goign to?

I'm a novice snowboarder and I've never been here before. I need reasons why I should go.

GO GO GO.
Really? Cool. I'm going around Christmas time too (we're leaving the 26th in fact). I just wanted some opinions.

I would stay as far away from Killington as possible. I have ridden most of the areas in VT and it is at the very bottom of my list. There are way too many traverses, and waaaaay too many rude people. I would go further north to Stowe, Sugarbush, or Bolton Valley.

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