Pico Mountain, Vermont

Pico Mountain
Vermont's Most Scenic Peaks

Pico Ski & Summer Resort is located in central Vermont neighboring Killington Mountain.

More than 17 miles of ski trails across four of Vermont's most scenic peaks and 42 trails leading to one base area village make Pico skiers a happy group.

Pico has a 1,967-foot vertical and one of the highest elevations in the east and ranked among the top ski areas in natural snowfall. It is an ideal spot for intermediate skiers preferring long run-outs.

Snowmaking covers 82 percent of the trail network. Nine lifts, including the Golden Express and Summit Express high-speed quad super chairs, provide more skiing with little, if any, lift line waiting.

Pico offers this guarantee: If a skier decides within the first half hour after buying a lift ticket that he or she is not happy -- for any reason -- Pico will provide a voucher for that same ticket to be used later in the ski season.

The ski area offers a self-contained village and a wide variety of lodging accommodations and caters to any size group.

Mountain Statistics for Pico Mountain
Base Elevation: 2,000 ft (610 meters)
Summit Elevation: 3,967 ft (1,209 m)
Vertical Drop: 1,967 ft (600 m)
Skiable Area: 214 acres (87 hectares)
Annual Snowfall: 250 in (635 cm)
Longest Run: 13,200 ft (4,023 m)
Snowmaking: 75 %
Number of Lifts: 7
Uphill Lift Capacity: 10,650 per hour
Types of Lifts: 1 Rope Tow
2 Double Chairs
2 Triple Chairs
2 HiSpeed Quads
Number of Trails: 50
Trail Ratings for Pico Mountain
Easiest: Easiest 20%
More Difficult: More Difficult 48%
Most Difficult: Most Difficult 32%
Experts Only: Experts Only 0%
Trail ratings indicate the relative difficulty of the runs within a given ski area and are not meant to be used for comparison between ski areas.
Area Details for Pico Mountain
Alpine Skiing: Yes
Snowboarding: Yes
Terrain Park: Yes
Half Pipe: Yes