THE ONLY EAST COAST US RESORT WITH AIRPORT TRANSFER FROM BOSTON
#7 for overall resort in the East
#5 for terrain variety in the East
#8 for challenging terrain
#1 resort for Apres ski
#4 resort for dining
- Ski Magazine 2012 Resort Survey
· 'The Beast' is the biggest ski resort on the East Coast
· Buy a 10 day lift ticket & get 4 extra days free
Expect to leave Killington totally exhausted. Six peaks provide "a week's worth of trails," says one reader. And leg-burning terrain (the bumps of Outer Limits, the steeps of Ovation) earn a no. 4 ranking for Terrain Variety, no. 8 for Challenge. "Love the attention to glades," one reader adds, pointing out that the Killington trail crew cleans up fallen debris. And though all that serious skiing may make you want to curl up by a fire and pass out, you can't. Not at the resort with the no. 1-ranked Nightlife in the East. "If you like a party atmosphere, this is the place," one reader says.
Although 191 slopes, 29 lifts and 88 miles of terrain is enough to keep even the most avid alpine action fan busy for a week, vacations are not measured by numbers alone. In the Killington region, shops, entertainment, off-mountain snow activities, museums, and local nooks and crannies offer even the hardiest of skiers a day away from the slopes. The Killington Road is known far and wide as THE PLACE to be après ski. The most densely inhabited resort road as far as ski shops, restaurants and nightspots, the Killington Road is the perfect end to a Killington day. And, with free shuttles traveling the road until last call, there is a safe option to end your evening. Keeping the gauge on full - there are as many gastronomic options as trail options.
Off-Mountain Restaurant » The Wobbly Barn's Delmonico steak competes with the best cut at any restaurant.
Après Spot » The Lookout Tavern: beers, wings and five huge televisions for watching the game.
New England's Premier Ski Destination - the Killington Experience offers 7 peaks with 191 trails serviced by 29 Lifts. 88 miles of skiing means that the resort really does live up to it's name of "The Beast of the East."
**Please note, that the information above includes Pico Mountain's trails, peak, lifts and mileage.