Killington Resort located in central Vermont stretches across seven mountain areas, including Pico Mountain, and features access to 200 trails and 33 lifts with one lift ticket. Killington features the highest lift-served skiing and riding in Vermont from the 4,241-foot summit of Killington Peak via the heated K-1 Express Gondola. Killington averages 250 inches of natural snow each winter complemented by the world’s most extensive snowmaking system covering 814 of 1,215 skiable acres. In fact, Killington Resort has more snowmaking coverage than most eastern resorts have in total skiable terrain and guarantees remarkable conditions from mid-November through early May! Killington is the largest resort in the Northeast and is known for its diversity of terrain and network of lifts – including three heated gondolas – delivering skiers and riders of all ability levels to groomed wide-open cruisers, classic narrow New England trails, moguls, steeps, and 16 tree skiing areas. Killington offers multiple terrain features for snowboarders and freeskiers including Bear Mountain’s signature terrain parks and 430-foot long Superpipe with 18-foot walls.