|Top Ski Facts:|
|Acres of Terrain: 265 acres / 1.06km²
Transfer Times (Approx):
3 hours from Boston,
5 hours from New York
|City Stopovers: Stopovers available in Boston or New York|
Why not add variety to your Killington trip by skiing two resorts instead of one? With the new Killington-Pico ski safari our groups simply ski part of the week in Pico* and part of the week at Killington, at no extra cost!
On the slopes
With 71 miles of terrain spread over 265 acres and almost 2,000 feet of vertical descent on offer, Pico is a great addition to your Vermont skiing experience. The longest trail is over 2.5 miles long and runs from summit to base lodge through birch fores, and with a dedicated nursery area and choice of 52 trails, there's more than enough skiing to keep even the most experienced skier satisfied.
First-timers start out in Bonanza, a Go-Slow zone for a beginners only, allowing space and time to learn in a safe environment before tackling one of the 24 blue runs which cover the mountain. Expert skiers have a choice of black and black diamond runs, whilst the double black diamond Giant Killer is Pico’s steepest run.
*Pico is open from Thursday through to Monday throughout the season.