Killington Ski Resort Details
Longest Run: 6.2 miles (longest in Eastern U.S.)
Rideable Acres: 1,509
Vertical Drop: 3,050'
Total Lifts: 22
Typical Ski Season: Early-November through Late-April
Killington's nightlife is deceptively active. There are well over a dozen bars and restaurants we enjoy visiting in Killington, but we've decided to list our top 5 below.Slopeside Bar & Grille - a popular apres ski spot with American fare, good drink selection and live music.
On the Rocs Lounge - a cozy bar and restaurant with a slightly upscale vibe.
McGrath's Irish Pub - everything you want an Irish pub to be, complete with a large beer selection, grub and music.
Outback Pizza - great pizza, lots of beer, live music and even karaoke nights.
Pickle Barrel - a crazy name with an atmosphere to match. Great place for a fun night out dancing with live music.
About Killington, VT Ski Resort
Killington ski resort's 4,241’ elevation challenges any skier with 3,000' of vertical drop, exceptional views and ample opportunities for outdoor adventure. Killington also touts the longest skiing and snowboarding season in the Eastern U.S. At 4,235 feet in elevation, Killington Peak is Vermont’s second highest peak, making it one of the highest peaks in all of New England. Skiers have been drawn to this majestic mountain sense it opened some 50 years when skiing became a big sport for Vermont.
Six terrain parks within the Killington ski resort offer an assortment of terrain features for snowboarders and free skiers. Winter sport enthusiasts love Burton’s The Stash, a natural terrain park with two pipes and over 50 features.
Other activities available to visitors include fat bike rentals, scenic gondola rides, sleigh rides, snowmobile and snowshoe tours. However, you’ll find it’s the off-mountain activities, local nooks and crannies that make Killington stand apart from the competition. Restaurants and eateries give weary skiers endless opportunities for a relaxing day or night away from the slopes.