Killington Ski Resort in central Vermont opened in 1958 has 155 trails and 22 lifts, traveling across six interconnected mountain peaks. A seventh peak, Pico Mountain which originally opened in 1937, was purchased by Killington in 1996, but operates as a separate resort, although the two share lift tickets if purchased at Killington. Skiing at Killington range from mellow, gladed tree runs to extreme bumps and terrain features, everyone will have something to brag about when they get to the lodge! Killington has a "Terrain Based Learning" area that won the NSAA Conversion Cup, an award for leading excellence in the ski industry regarding successful teaching. The Killington Resort offers multiple terrain features for snowboarders and free-skiers in six terrain parks including Burton's The Stash, an all-natural inspired terrain park with more than 50 features, Neffland on Timberline and two half pipes. Ski Killington Vermont Off-mountain activities include cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice skating, combined with more than 100 restaurants and bars and shopping options throughout the region, making Killington the top resort in the Northeast for après and lively evening entertainment. The variety of accommodations Snow Sport can book for guests staying at Killington is as great as the myriad of things to do while there. Snow Sport enthusiasts will find quaint and quiet Vermont country inns and bed & breakfasts, full-service resort hotels, budget-conscious lodging, slope-side condominiums and single family vacation homes, along with everything in between!