One of Pico's best aspects is that guests can enjoy the experience of a large mountain with the personal touch of a small ski area. Most of the trails end up at the same base point so it is extremely family friendly.
Pike, Pico’s longest trail, begins at the summit and ends outside the base lodge. From the summit, skiers and riders can also try the blue square 49er, or winding and narrow black diamond trails like Summit Glades, Upper KA and Sunset 71.
More experienced skiers and riders can take a shot at the mountain’s steepest trail, Giant Killer - a double black diamond. For the glade skiing and riding enthusiasts, Pico offers tree skiing on Doozie and Birch Woods.
First-time skiers and snowboarders can enjoy their own chairlift and handle tow, serving two gentle learning trails at the Bonanza area. Riders and skiers working on their freestyle skills will be right at home in our Triple Slope Terrain Park.
Pico Mountain is a Smoke-Free Resort
Since January 1, 2011, Pico Mountain Resort has provided a smoke-free environment. Smoking of any tobacco product and the use of smokeless or “spit” tobacco by Pico Mountain employees and guests is prohibited.
There are more than 40 ski areas within driving distance of the Greater Boston area. Find out more great places to ski near Boston in our guide to New England skiing.
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4763 Killington Road, Killington, VT, 05751 map
Phone: (800) 621-6867
8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. weekends / peak periods;
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Mon, Thurs and Fri
Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
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