With 38 new run and lift maps for some of the most popular mountains across the US and Canada, Google Maps is your “go to” mountain guide. Whether you’re shredding Squaw Valley, Big Sky, or Okemo, Google Maps are a comprehensive, accurate and easy way to find the best route down the hill.They go on to list and link to all 38. Follow the link to go check them all out.
Killington Ski Trail MapNot all ski resort trail maps have been added to Google yet, and in fact it was just last month that they just announced those first 38, but it appears that they're already quietly adding others. In the announcement, they only mention 2 ski resorts in Vermont, neither of which are Killington, however I recently stumbled on Killington's trail map, which you can see here: View Larger Map Google Maps also allows you view ski trail maps overlayed on top of satellite imagery as well. Below you can see how the satellite versions of the trail maps look on the two VT resorts Google did mention in their announcement - Okemo and Stowe:
Okemo Ski Trail MapView Larger Map
Stowe Ski Trail MapView Larger Map If you're not an avid skier or snowboarder, you might be wondering what the different colors and dotted lines represent. Google sheds a little light:
Power up Google Maps on your Android device or iPhone, and the mountain information you need is right there. Blue, green and black runs are shown as solid colored lines and ski lifts are red dotted lines.Beyond the 3 trail maps embedded above, I've discovered that several other Vermont ski resort trail maps have been added as well. Using the list of resorts in Ski Vermont's resort finder, I did some random checks and about half of those that I checked had Google trail maps, including Stratton, Mad River Glen, and even Bolton. This is obviously anecdotal, but it appears that Google is adding these trail maps rather quickly.