Killington Mountain Lodge
"We were very impressed with the hotel - it was excellent for us."
St John Houghton Catholic School
About Killington Mountain Lodge
This hotel was formerly known as the Inn of Six Mountains.
It is situated approximately 5 minutes by coach from the base of Killington Mountain.
The hotel has 206 beds in 99 spacious and inviting en suite guest rooms which are styled to suit its Vermont location. Accommodation is based on four people sharing two queen beds. Teachers are accommodated in twin rooms. All rooms are equipped with a TV.
This hotel has lots to offer your school group, from a games room equipped with pinball and games machines to an indoor swimming pool.
You’ll also enjoy an après ski of freshly baked cookies and apple ‘cider’ (non-alcoholic) after each day’s skiing, and adults can relax in the indoor swimming pool, spa centre, Jacuzzi, bar or fitness centre.
Accommodation is on a half-board basis with a continental breakfast and a three-course evening meal each day. Lunch vouchers on the mountain may be purchased in advance upon request.
You may be charged a damage deposit on arrival.
Inclusive lift pass: 5 day pass covering 3 days Pico/2 days Killington or 5 days Killington (supplements apply)
Lifts to: 1293m
Total number of lifts: 33
Marked pistes: 1209 acres
Longest run: 10 miles
Ski bus included: Transport to resort provided when necessary
Lift pass photo required: No
Snow cannon coverage: 70%
By air: Flights time approx 7hrs, transfer time: Boston 3h30, Montreal 4h30, New York 5hrs 30 mins.
The beginners' area at Killington is outstanding, with one vast slope 'The Snowshed', served by 3 chairlifts and one reassuringly slow drag!
For intermediates Killington offers a huge range, and for experts there is a wide variety of challenging runs on Bear Mountain, Snowdon and Skye, not forgetting the famous 'Outer Limits' which claims to be the steepest mogul slope in the East.
Quieter than its neighbour Killington, Pico is friendly & uncrowded. Beginners can start on two gentle learner trails in the Bonanza area and more experienced skiers can take full advantage of the 1967 feet of vertical drop spread over 252 skiable acres.
Swimming: at hotels
Fireworks: weekly display at Killington
Ice skating: Rutland