There are oodles of parking lots spread out among the mountains, but if you arrive by shuttle, most likely you will be dropped off and picked up at:
As you're skiing, you can go from mountain to mountain and not even realize you are on a different one. Here they are, standing at the bottom looking left to right:
Killington Peak (the highest at 4241 feet)
Runs turn into runs, leading into other runs. It's all a big, fun maze. Mapping out our plan of action, and following through just never happened. Some other trail just looked too inviting, or perhaps the trail we were going to take was closed.
Mostly we used our trail guide to find out where the heck we wound up as we finished a run, and where the lift we found ourselves by would take us.
Because of this you have to be careful that as your leaving time approaches, you are close enough to make your way back to your pick up place! The slopes close eary (4pm) and many trails will say, "don't ski this one after 3:15pm or you'll be stuck on the slopes at closing time."