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Killington

Killington

4763 Killington Road Killington, VT 5751 800-734-9435 website: http://killington.com
Ranked No. 6 overall by readers in our 2010 Resort Guide

Expect to leave Killington totally exhausted. Six peaks provide “a week’s worth of trails,” says one reader. And leg-burning terrain (the bumps of Outer Limits, the steeps of Ovation) earn a no. 4 ranking for Terrain Variety, no. 8 for Challenge. “Love the attention to glades,” one reader adds, pointing out that the Killington trail crew cleans up fallen debris. And though all that serious skiing may make you want to curl up by a fire and pass out, you can’t. Not at the resort with the no. 1–ranked Nightlife in the East. “If you like a party atmosphere, this is the place,” one reader says. It does take a hit for Value (no. 27) and Service (22). Still, there may be no better place in the East to gather friends and let loose for a weekend or so. Just be sure to take the day off from work on Monday to catch up on sleep. —G.M.

Off-Mountain Restaurant » The Wobbly Barn's Delmonico steak competes with the best cut at any restaurant.

Après Spot » The Lookout Tavern: beers, wings and five huge televisions for watching the game.

What’s New» The resort has knocked down the old Peak Lodge and will replace it with a new 22,000-square-foot, mostly windowed building that offers views of five states.

more about Killington

June 15, 2011
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What better place to enjoy friends, food, and wine than ski country? This summer, the festivals show more potential than ever. World-class chefs, famous wine connoisseurs, bacon enthusiasts, and BBQ competitors make for some of the summer’s most delicious parties.
July 28, 2010
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Killington—thanks to 22-foot superpipe— added to schedule
March 1, 2010
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From Pennsylvania to Maine, "Snowzilla" tears through ski areas leaving up to 60 inches in its path. And, it's still coming down in some places.
October 20, 2009
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Get your ski legs back at Killington’s early season Adult Tune Up camp
October 13, 2009
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Eastern resorts are breaking out their snowmaking equipment
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