On April 20, 2022

Killington Resort announces over 20 summer events, Memorial Day opening for mountain biking, golf and the Adventure Center

KILLINGTON—Killington Resort announced Tuesday, April 19, that it will open its bike park, 18-hole golf course and Adventure Center on Saturday, May 28.

“We are excited to offer a full summer line-up of events again this year, with crowd favorites including the Cooler in the Mountain Concert Series and Killington Brewfest,” said Mike Sutcliffe, events and sponsorships manager at Killington Resort and Pico Mountain. “Plus, the opportunity to host the Fox U.S. Open of Mountain Biking again is incredible. This event will attract some of the best mountain bike athletes from around the world competing in the U.S. Open Downhill, U.S. Open Enduro, Best Whip, Kids Open with Grom Bomb and Adaptive DH Race. Vendors, live music and group laps will create a party-like atmosphere for all.”


The Golf Course will be open daily May 28 through October 10, conditions permitting. New this year, the Golf Course will have new all-electric golf carts.

Mountain biking

The Bike Park will open Saturday, May 28, with service from the Snowshed Express Quad, open Fridays through Sundays early season, in addition to Memorial Day. Daily operations are slated to begin June 10 with Snowshed and Ramshead lifts spinning.

The K-1 Express Gondola is scheduled to spin Thursday-Monday for mountain biking and scenic gondola rides beginning June 23. Adult and youth mountain bike camps will be offered June through October.

Adventure Center

The Adventure Center will open Saturday, Sunday and holidays from May 28 to June 19 and Thursday through Monday beginning June 23. Summer season passes are now available at Killington.com.

2022 summer events line-up

  • May 27-29 Total Archery Challenge at Pico Mountain
  • May 28-30 Killington Stage Race
  • Thursdays June 16 – Sept. 1 Golf League Nights
  • June 12 VMBA Day
  • June 17-18 VT Adaptive Charity Challenge
    June 20-23 American Junior Golf Association at Green Mountain National
  • Wednesdays June 22 – August 31 KMBC Bike Bum Race Series
    Saturdays July 2-23 Killington Music Festival at Pico Mountain
  • Saturdays July 9 – Sept. 3 Cooler in the Mountains Concert Series
  • July 15-16 KPAA Killington Wine Festival at Killington Peak Lodge (Fri.) & Pico Mountain (Sat.)
  • July 30 Red Bull Raw Slalom
  • July 31 Next Gen Raw Slalom
  • Aug. 7 ESC Mountain Bike Downhill and Enduro
  • Aug. 13 Race to the Peak 8K to benefit Mentor Connector at Pico Mountain
  • Sept. 10-11 Spartan Race
  • Sept. 15-18 FOX US Open of Mountain Biking
  • Sept. 24 Killington Brewfest at Pico Mountain
  • Oct. 8 Harvest Faire
  • Oct. 16 ESC Downhill Series Finals

Stay tuned for the latest summer information and updates at Killington.com.


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