For East Coast skiing, this place rocks. Most varied terrain available. Can ride all day just using gondolas if you want to avoid chair lifts.
Came here over the Christmas holidays and it was raining the whole time. The skiing sucked! If you really want to ski over Christmas, go to Colorado or Utah. You will not be disappointed.
We have stayed in Killington condos many times. Various condos, all privately owned, but managed by Killington. The condos are nice and of course, the skiing is great, but the transportation sucks. In the morning, it is easy to wait for the shuttle from the condo to the lodge. But afterwards, you have to rush to catch the last bus-45... More
We have a little condo at Mountain Green Resort and we wouldn't ski anywhere else! This mountain is huge, you could ski all day without skiing a trail twice. There's skiing for all levels and beautiful scenic trails. This mountain is wonderful and have lots of great deals for new beginners! Definitely the best place around!
We visited Killington for the first time. It was a mini-ski vacation for a family of three. One day the conditions were icey/rainy. We did not ski that day but were able to get our lift/rental tickets and daughter's snowboard lessons to be transferable to next day without problems. On our last day of Skiing, we had great sunny weather.... More
Killington: Mountain of Plenty. The only other eastern mountain that could even come close to this mountain's massiveness and amazingness in the East would be Sunday River. Starting at Snowshed, you can go over to Ramshead easily or take trails to Skyeship Express Gondola Stage II, Needle's Eye, Northbrook, or to the K-1 Lodge. Two signature trails, Great Eastern and... More
We went to Killington as a group of friends for an annual ski outing, stayed two days over the President's day weekend, it was awesome. The crowd was large but the resort is so well managed you don't feel the rush. All Gondolas, lifts were open. The slopes were groomed other than the Juggernaut trail which is more a cross... More
This mountain is legitimately steep. A real skiers mountain. The access road doesn't feel as nice as Stowe or Stratton, nor does the base area. However, this is Killington and if you are looking for a huge mountain and great steeps you've found your place. The new lodge at the peak is gorgeous and serves great food. A wild mushroom... More
Just returned from a 4 day ski trip at Killington Vermont. The storm last week was very helpful in getting the resort a good base. All runs and lifts are open! Another 14" of snow again this past Monday/Tuesday. The beast of the East covers a vast area of ski options. There really is something for everyone. All of the... More
If you own or manage Killington Resort, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing