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4763 Killington Rd Killington, VT 05751
4763 Killington RoadUSVermontKillington05751
(802) 422-3333killington.com
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Tyler Lund
a month ago
My ski experience is not that broad as I have only the Poconos and Hunter Mountain to compare with, but Killington is just a class above. The mountain is amazing with so many slopes, lifts, and bases. There are plenty of rental places around so the like to rent was actually very quick. Lift tickets are pricey, but a good value for the number of slopes. The slopes were in good condition even after a sunny day and didn't get too icy. The slopes didn't get too crowded either. The gondola had long lines, but at least moved pretty quickly and there are plenty of alternatives. You also don't get the crowds of jerks or idiot skiers as much as closer to the city. It would be nice if they stayed open later, had night skiing, or had better access to the restaurants in town, but the overall experience was excellent. Lots of variety in the slopes as well made the day fly by.
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Laura Sundquist
a year ago
I last skied about 20 years ago and even then I had only skied a few times. I took their Elan learn to ski in four days, program in December. My instructor, Jean Leete, was incredibly talented in getting new skiers up and going in a short time. She was thorough with all instructions right down to the best way to get your boots on comfortably. She has been teaching for many years, has much patience and is skilled in not overdoing teaching points. If you are considering learning to ski, get to Killington and while I am sure that all instructors will be fine, you won't be sorry learning from Jean!
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JT Diver
a year ago
Killington is the best ski area east of the Rockies I've found in my 7+ years living out here. From beginner to advanced "The Beast" has terrain for all abilities and the huge staff always keeps the mountain in great condition. If you're looking to bring your family consider the Sunrise area which has outstanding units of all sizes with true ski-in/out to a chairlift which doesn't require a lift ticket.
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Alexandru Titeu
a month ago
Nice slopes, fast lifts
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Alexander Sallahian
6 months ago
I go up every year for the Spartan Race World Championship. This year I brought my family and they enjoyed the resort as well as the event itself. The resort had a pool, athletics center and jacuzzi as well as a game room and bar. The room itself was beautiful. Everything was set up perfectly and it was like being in a mini spa since they had heated floors, a whirlpool bathtub that lit up (worth it to turn the lights on), and a sauna. Yes, sauna...inside the room. It was close to a wide variety of restaurants and shops and the scenery outside was perfect. I went up in September and we ended up getting a 60 degree weekend. Perfect 10 weekend!
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Traci Cappiello
8 months ago
As a beginning skier on a company offsite, Killington was absolutely perfect for me. Michael was a great instructor though I admit I had a rough start when given the wrong instructions by the welcome staff which led to rude service from the woman who fits you for boots/skis. Aside from that, the resort if well-maintained (seems like they're always on the mountains) and I found the food to be standard. Definitely a ton of things to do despite your skill level.
Ken Cole
a year ago
I snowboarded here on February 8th, 2014 (this year). I took the Superstar Express Quad on my very first run, and when I went to strap in, my ankle binding completely snapped. I obviously couldn't ride down the entire mountain with a broken binding, so I went to the ski lift booth and informed them what happened and asked them to download so I could either fix my binding or rent a new snowboard. The attendant was completely dismissive and unhelpful and told me it was against mountain policy to allow people to ride down the chairlift for "safety reasons". I guess in their mind, it's safer to ride down a mountain with a broken binding than to dangerously ride down a chairlift. I am never going back to this mountain.
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Meg Smith
a year ago
Killington Mountain was bigger than I anticipated. Countless runs are available, with an assortment of chairlifts spread across the mountain. Skiers of all abilities are sure to find something to their liking. Slopes can be icy, as is typical for the East Coast. Instructors are friendly and helpful; don't be afraid to call ahead to negotiate lower rates if you're coming as a group.