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Killington Lift Ticket Deals 2014-2015

Looking for Killington 2015 lift ticket deals, lift ticket discounts, or lift ticket coupons? There are many ways to get discount tickets to ski resorts including Killington. We will be constantly scouting for these discounts and posting them here.

It is always a good idea to purchase lift tickets before you go to the mountain. Often beverage vendors offer discounts with their product containers or labels.

One way to get a discount on the price of a lift ticket at Killington is to buy group tickets. If you join a club in you area they may offer trips to Killington,

So if you are looking for Killington deals you have come to the right place. It is always a good idea to plan ahead. Look for discounts on line. Check you local paper for Killington coupons.

During certain low-traffic seasons or at other times when Killington wants to drum up business, these can be great values, indeed.

2014-2015 Killington Prices

If you're planning on skiing or riding at the largest resort in the east for just one day, a single-day lift ticket is your best option. It can be purchased at any open lodge ticket window, The Killington Grand Resort Hotel, Killington Sports Route 4 or the Wobbly Barn. Check the snow report for the day lodges operating today.

Window Tickets Midweek Weekend/Peak*
Adults (19-64)  $84 $92
Senior (65-79) $71 $78
Youth (7-18) $65 $71




Just 24-hours notice can mean big discounts when you book right here, right now. Plus, pick up perks like unlimited ticket changes, kiosk pick-up and more. You won't get a better deal anywhere else - we guarantee it


2+ days Get more turns and a good night's sleep with Ski and Stay Packages.
3+ days Built-in "day off," with tickets valid any three of four days. 
Bonus Okemo Mountain Resort day - use one of your days on Okemo's 120 trails. Visit any Killington ticket window to pick-up a voucher which must be presented at any Okemo ticket window.
5+ days With Monday start tickets, receive a FREE Sunday afternoon (noon - 4:00 p.m.) on snow.
                                  Each adult ticket scores one youth (12 years and under) ticket FREE for the same dates and times. Sorry, offer not valid on peak dates.

Snow Garuntee

Killington’s unique elevation advantage translates to over 250 inches of natural snowfall every season and provides an optimal environment for machine-made snow. Add to that the world’s most extensive snowmaking system and an armada of groomers and you’ve got a recipe for great conditions.

But, if you’re not satisfied with our snow surface conditions we’ve got you covered! You may exchange your ticket at any guest service desk or ticket window by 10:00 a.m. for a return visit voucher valid any day for one calendar year. Snow Guarantee vouchers are non-transferable, non-refundable, carry no cash value and cannot be extended beyond the original expiration date. Early season tickets (opening date-December 16, 2011), late season tickets(March 21, 2012-closing date), complimentary tickets and season passes are not eligible.

Bring a Friend Ski Free
The best way to share the love for winter sports is to introduce someone to skiing or riding. Bring a friend or family member any day during the 2012-13 season and when your friend purchases a Learn To Ski & Ride package**, you’ll receive a FREE lift ticket valid the same day.


Killington Resort is a four season destination that sits on 3,000 acres in the heart of the Green Mountains in Central Vermont. The Resort boasts more than 70 miles of diverse terrain spread across six peaks and offers an expansive lift network and snowmaking system. Furthermore, the numerous après, dining, shopping and lodging options have made Killington a world-class destination for East Coast skiers and riders for more than 50 years. 

Killington provides skiers and riders of all ability levels a choice of wide-open groomed cruisers, narrow classic New England runs, moguls, steeps and trees, all serviced by 22 lifts including two express gondolas. The Resort offers multiple terrain features for snowboarders and freeskiers in six terrain parks including Burton’s The Stash, an all-natural inspired terrain park with more than 50 features as well as two pipes.

Killington will host a jam-packed schedule of bands, festivals and competitions, including the NOR’BEASTER, a ten day kickoff event to the spring season featuring a music festival, USSA Hole Shot Tour and a variety of rail jams including Rails 2 Riches. Plus, there’s plenty to do off the mountain as well, including a lift served Tubing Park, snowcat-drawn sleigh rides, snowmobile tours, dog sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, spa treatments, shopping and more than 100 restaurants and bars in the region.

After the snow melts, Killington features an 18-hole championship golf course as well as 45 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Killington Resort continues to implement energy conservation measures and environmental management practices to reduce energy consumption and the effects of climate change.

Killington Peak (Summit) 4,241' (1,293m)
Skye Peak 3,800'
Ramshead Peak 3,610'
Snowdon Peak 3,592'
Bear Mountain Peak 3,262'
Sunrise Mountain Peak 2,456'
Base elevation (Skyeship) 1,165' ( 325m)
Summit elevation 4,241' (1,293m)
Base elevation 1,165' ( 325m)
Vertical Drop 3,050' (957m)
Skiable Acres 752 ( 469 ha)
Miles of Trails 71 (135 km)
Trails 140
   Easier 28%
   More Difficult 33%
   Most Difficult 39%
Lifts 22
   Uphill Capacity 38,315 rides per hour
   Gondolas 2 high speed, express gondolas with 3 separate loading points
   Quads 9 quads including 5 high-speed express quads
   Triples 3
   Doubles 2
   Surface 6 surface lifts (including 3 Magic Carpets)

Opening Early November 2012 (weather and conditions permitting)
Closing Late April 2013 (weather and conditions permitting)
Hours of Operation 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. weekdays. K-1 Express Gondola open 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. weekends and peak days. All other lifts operate 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. weekends and peak days. Hours may vary early and late season, check the conditions page for the latest information.
Peak days Dec. 24-31, 2012; Jan. 19-20, 2013; Feb. 16 -22, 2013

600 acres covered by snowmaking
1500+ snow guns (including 500 Low Energy guns)
Average annual natural snowfall: 250" (635cm)
% Snowmaking: 80

Superpipe 22-foot walls, maintained by a Zaugg Pipe-Cutter
Terrain Parks The Stash, Under Armour MTN Dream Maker Terrain Park and Mega Skier/Boarder Cross Course at Bear Mountain
Timberline, Easy Street Progression Park and Mini Skier/Boarder Cross Course at Ramshead
Mouse Run at Snowdon (early/late season only)

Average annual natural snowfall: 250" (635 cm)

Fax 802-422-6113
Snow Phone 802-422-3261
Address 4763 Killington Road, Killington, VT 05751

Killington Resort is home to the most extensive variety of terrain in the East. In order to assist you in getting around the resort, we have color-coded all of our base areas. Please note the color of the lodge and look for corresponding trail signage and parking lot signs.

Also, keep in mind the following helpful hint: If you purchase your ticket at a ticket window, the color of the plastic ticket tie will correspond to the lodge where you started.

K-1 Lodge

The home of the K-1 Express Gondola and you can access all types of terrain from Killington Peak. 

Snowshed Lodge

Home to all of our Adult Ski & Snowboard School Programs.

Ramshed Lodge

Home to our Kid's Ski & Snowboard School, including the Friendly Penguin Day Care, a Magic Carpet and an entire mountain area dedicated to a family-friendly experience. 

Bear Mountain

The freeride capital of the east with multiple levels of terrain parks and a 500' Superpipe as well as Outer Limits, the steepest, longest mogul trail in the east.

Skyship Lodge

Home of the Skyeship Express Gondola, a two-stage gondola with direct access to the Skye Peak. 


Discounted lift tickets, multi-day ticket deals and a ‘food-raiser’ highlight opening weekend

KILLINGTON, VT—On Saturday, December 13, 2014, Pico Mountain will open for the 2014-15 winter season with a special promotion to support BROC-Community Action in Southwest Vermont, a nonprofit organization which provided over 40,000 meals to low-income Vermonters last year. Partnering with BROC provides Pico Mountain and Pico fans with a way to support local families and individuals with needed help.

Discounted single-day lift tickets will be available all weekend at the Pico Ticketing Sales Center. With a donation of three non-perishable food items, one-day lift tickets will be just $25 for all ages (regularly $69).

“There are so many families throughout Rutland County that come to our emergency food shelf each day that the demand outweighs the supply at times. Events like this help us keep the shelves stocked in order to continue serving everyone,” says Pamela Shambo, Development Specialist at BROC.

“We’re thrilled to partner with BROC again this year,” said Tracy Taylor, director of operations for Pico Mountain, “At Pico we strive to support our community in every way possible. This ‘food-raiser’ is a great way for our guests to get involved and give back while enjoying their first turns of the season.”

For added value this season, Pico Mountain has introduced My Pico Packs, featuring 3, 4 and 5-day ticket bundles that can be used throughout the season or with friends and family on the same day. The 5-day My Pico Pack includes four days at Pico Mountain plus an additional day that can be used at either Pico or neighboring Killington Resort.

Additional ways to save include the Pico Express Card, which retails for $89 and offers discounted lift ticket rates at both Killington Resort and Pico Mountain for the entire 2014-15 season. Pico has also unveiled a new digital ticketing platform offering the best prices on lift tickets for skiers and snowboarders who plan ahead. My Pico, My Price E-Ticketsare available on a first come, first served basis.

During the 2014-2015 season the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum display on the third floor of the Pico Base Lodge returns to provide guests with a glimpse into the state’s storied winter sports history.

Pico Mountain lift hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, and 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during weekends and on peak days. The full 2014-2015 Pico Mountain operating schedule can be found here.

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