Kendall Mountain
Trail Map:
Resort Statistics:
Nearest Town: Silverton
Vertical Drop: 400 feet
Average Snowfall: 200 inches
Skiable Acres: 35 acres
Number of Trails: 11
Lifts: 1 Double Chair; Removed: 1 tow (950 foot length)
Kendall Mountain was first developed in 1954 by the Grand Imperial
Hotel.  The area did not open until 1961 and was listed in operation in
1963, 64, 68, 69, 75 and 1977-82 when the area was discovered to be
operating without a permit.  The area recently reopened during the late
Kendall Mountain offers a small family type atmosphere perfect for small
children to grasp the sport of skiing.  The area typically operates Fridays
through Sundays including holidays when the snow permits.  Other
activities include an ice skating rink, snowboard park, cross-country
skiing, and snowmobiling.
Area Pictures:
Here is an overview of Kendall's slopes as seen from the parking area. *
Kendall's ticket office and tow. *
Kendall's rope tow and trails from the summit. #
(Far Left): The area's old T-bar, no longer in use.  #
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* Pictures thanks to Caroth
# Pictures thanks to Bryan Swain
Taken 2004:
Taken 2005:
Taken 2006:
Kendall's new double chairlift purchased from the Quechee Ski Area in Vermont.  The lift was
installed by Silverton Lift Services. *
Taken 2010: