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By: Jamie Edwards

Get to Know Killington Ski Area (VT)

Killington Ski Resort and Ski Area is in the Eastern United States near Killington in the state of Vermont. The resort can boast one of the most diverse terrains in the eastern part of the country. The top elevation is 4,215 feet and the annual amount of snow is 250 inches – tip-top conditions for skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing.  
Getting to Killington Ski Area from New Haven 
The distance between Killington Resort and New Haven is almost 200 miles, which is about 3,5 hours of drive time to the north. You need to take Interstate 91 North towards Town of Rockingham. Then take an exit towards the Vermont Route 103 and keep driving for another 55 miles until you reach your point of destination.  
Lift tickets:  

  • Regular days: Adults – $130, Youth – $100, Senior (65-80) – $111, children under 6 – free, Senior (80+) – free 
  • Low days (non-peak days): Adults – $125, Youth – $96, Senior (65-80) – $106, children under 6 – free, senior (80+) – free 
  • Multi-day discounts are available.  

General information 
Killington resort is a well-suited winter destination for all types of skiers of all ages, making it a great place for a winter vacation for groups of friends and families with children. There is an excellent assortment of terrain for everyone, including wide-open groomed cruisers, steeps, moguls and dozens of tree skiing areas. Besides downhill skiing guests of the resort can enjoy such winter activities as sleigh rides, cross-country skiing, dog sledding, ice skating, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing.  

The resort has a well-developed infrastructure with a range of amenities and other places for entertainment. When off the mountain, visitors can do shopping, walking or dining in one of the restaurants or relaxing in Killington Grand Spa.  

There are also a plenty of things to do in summer, such as biking, hiking, or playing golf. 

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