Around 48 and 50
Speculation is that the girls are not twins. While they mirror each other, remember that anachronistically, a lot of families dressed their offspring in similar, matching fashions. Also, their dresses are designed to be different and one is up higher than the other. One also appears to be slightly taller. While Stanley Kubrick may have cast a real set of twins (Lisa and Louise Burns) in the role, note that they have been intentionally made to look differently.
Also, Stuart Ullman, in the Kubrick movie, describes Grady's two little girls as 8 and 10, when he tells the story of Grady's breakdown to Jack at the beginning of the movie.
The Shining (book)Edit
The Shining (film)Edit
Two little girls about 8 and 10...