Killington Resort stretches across six mountains and features 140 diverse trails served by 22 lifts. Killington's elevation advantage, combined with the world’s most extensive 600-acre snowmaking system and 250 inches of annual snowfall, means you’ll enjoy the best ski and snowboard conditions every day of the season!
Killington is known for its diversity of terrain, providing skiers and riders of all ability levels a choice of wide-open groomed cruisers, narrow classic New England runs, moguls, steeps and trees. Killington offers multiple terrain features for snowboarders and freeskiers, including five terrain parks and a 500-foot long Superpipe.
Killington's 17-vehicle Grooming Fleet grooms 50-80% of open terrain on a nightly basis. We also have numerous trails that are left untouched for the mogul enthusiasts, including Outer Limits - the steepest, longest mogul slope in the East!
Beginner and novice skiers enjoy our gentle learning slopes, while more advanced skiers navigate the traditional trails, all with beautiful scenery. Experts head for the summit where views of Mount Washington are as thrilling as the chute down Upper Maple Slalom.
Friendly people are at the heart of Black Mountain and we are proud to offer our guests 76 years of rich skiing history. As a family owned and operated resort, family has remained our focus. Our ski schoo is among the best in the business and as children build their confidence on the slopes, mom and dad can enjoy time of their own, knowing their little ones are well supervised and cared for. While visiting Black take a moment to stop by and meet our ski school staff. There's no better time than the present to improve your skills. Just as you tune-up your skis, you should tune-up your technique, no matter how accomplished a skier or rider you become.
Suicide Six is one of the most family-friendly ski areas in Vermont. With 30% beginner, 40% intermediate and 30% advanced slope ratings, there's a safe trail for the skier of every age and ability. And the men and women of our Ski Patrol are readily available to assist you in choosing the trail that best matches your ability.
Our modern trail grooming and snowmaking capabilities insure that you and your family can plan on an exhilarating day of skiing or riding with any stay at The Woodstock Inn & Resort during our winter ski season. And you'll be sharing a family experience that dates back to Wallace “Bunny” Bertram, who opened the first ski lift on Hill No. 6 (thus, the name) back in 1936.
And snowboarders are welcome on the same slopes that proudly hosted the first National Snow Snurfing (the original name) competition in 1982.