Pico Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Killington, VT  US
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Pico Mountain Terrain

Among Pico Mountain's 57 trails, you'll find steeps and glades complemented by great learning and family terrain that everyone can enjoy. The central base area makes it easy to stay connected with family and friends. Pico Mountain is a favorite of the telemark ski community. With its wide-open slopes, Pico is a great place to learn the sport or perfect one's skills. Pico first opened to the public on Thanksgiving Day in 1937 with a rope tow that was powered by a six cylinder Hudson engine.

Pico Mountain Snowboarding

Tarrain Parks: 1

Pico Mountain Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 3,967 Ft / 1,209 M
Base 2,000 Ft / 610 M
Vertical 1,967 Ft / 600 M
Acres 1,182 Ac / 478 Hc
Annual Snow 250" / 635cm
Snowmaking 75%
30%
39%
31%
Trails: 57
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
High-Speed 4: 2
Quads: 2
Triples: 2
Doubles: 3
Capacity (per hr): 9,600
Season:
From 12/15/2013 to 3/28/2014
Sunday: 8-4
Monday: 9-4
Tuesday: 0-0
Wednesday: 0-0
Thursday: 9-4
Friday: 9-4
Saturday: 8-4
Mountain
Summit 3,967 Ft / 1,209 M
Base 2,000 Ft / 610 M
Vertical 1,967 Ft / 600 M
Acres 1,182 Ac / 478 Hc
Annual Snow 250" / 635cm
Snowmaking 75%
Terrain
30%
39%
31%
Trails: 57
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
High-Speed 4: 2
Quads: 2
Triples: 2
Doubles: 3
Capacity (per hr): 9,600
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/15/2013 to 3/28/2014
Sunday: 8-4
Monday: 9-4
Tuesday: 0-0
Wednesday: 0-0
Thursday: 9-4
Friday: 9-4
Saturday: 8-4

Information last updated 10/17/2013.