Pico Mountain

Pico Mountain

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Why you should visit Pico Mountain Resort

Opened in 1937 as one of the first commercial ski areas in Vermont, Pico Mountain prides itself on its small-mountain charm.

Now owned by Killington Ski Resort, Pico’s 468 acres get about 250 inches of snowfall each year, with a summit elevation of 3,967 feet and a vertical drop of 1,967 feet. (Note that while a pass from Killington Resort is also good for Pico Mountain, a pass from Pico Mountain cannot be used at Killington.)

Pico Mountain has a ski and snowboard school, as well as a special “ski for free” package if you bring a friend who is purchasing the First Time Ski & Ride package. There is a rental shop right at the resort base lodge, and although there is no night skiing at Pico Mountain, though there is snowmobiling and sleigh rides. Slopeside dining is plentiful, and the resort also has one lodging option that is ski-in/ski-out.

Pico Mountain generally opens in early to mid-December and closes early to mid-April. In this part of Vermont, March has the highest snowfall average for the season at 55 inches, not to mention warm temperatures, with an average high of 44 degrees.

Pico Mountain COVID-19 Guidelines

Read the guidelines Pico Mountain has implemented to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Pico Mountain is also subject to Vermont's COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.

Today
2021-03-09
41°
High / Decreasing Clouds
Ski Resort Details
4763 Killington Rd
Killington, VT 05751
Current Conditions
Snow Depth
40"
Lifts Open
4/7
Recent Snow
0"
Updated: Mar. 08, 2021
Ski Resort Details
4763 Killington Rd
Killington, VT 05751
Statistics
  • Summit Elevation3,967 ft
  • Base Elevation2,000 ft
  • Vertical Drop1,967 ft
  • Skiable Area468 ac
  • Average Snowfall250 in
Trail Information
  • Number of trails57
  • Easy18%
  • Intermediate46%
  • Expert36%
  • Longest Run1 miles
  • Snowmaking75 %
Lift Details
  • Number of Lifts7
  • High Speed Quads2
  • Triples2
  • Doubles2
  • Surface Lifts/other1

Where to stay

There are plenty of hotel options near Pico Mountain Resort in Rutland and Killington. The Pico Resort Hotel and Condominiums , located at the base of Pico Mountain, is the resort’s only ski-in/ski-out hotel option. The condos have full kitchens, in-unit laundry and, in some cases, fireplaces and balconies.

Located off Route 4, The Red Clover Inn is a restored 1840s farmhouse with rooms featuring fireplaces and spas. There is an on-site tavern offering farm-to-table cuisine and beautiful mountain views.

How to get there

The closest airport to Pico Mountain Resort is the Rutland Regional Airport, which is about 30 minutes away in Rutland, Vermont. You can also fly into the Burlington International Airport, located about 1 hour and 40 minutes away. The closest major hub would be Logan International Airport in Boston, about three hours away. Once in the area, shuttles are available from the airport to Pico Mountain Resort and Killington..

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