Vermont's Best Ski Resorts: Killington

Best Park

Nov 25, 2009
Outside Magazine
Killington Resort

   Photo: Courtesy of Killington Resort

Due to its high prices and Manhattanite-choked slopes, Killington gets the worst rap of all Vermont ski areas. Which isn't entirely fair—on this coast, the resort's size and terrain go unmatched. Spanning seven miles across six peaks, Killington serves up more than 3,000 feet of vertical. Then there's the Stash, a year-old, all-natural terrain park designed with the help of Jake Burton. The half-mile-long park offers glades, log slides, and even a sugar-shack warming hut, whose steeply pitched roof doubles as a massive kicker. At day's end, saddle up to the Lookout Bar and Grill's mountain-view deck, then crash at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel and Spa. Doubles from $199; lift tickets, $77;