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Killington, Vermont: A small town with huge attractions like ski slopes and other year-round activities. Located in the Green Mountains, Killington is a must visit on your trip to “The Green Mountain State.” The town is home to the Killington Ski Resort, which has the longest ski season in North America open from November to May. With over 250 inches of snow each winter, adventure seekers come from around the country for Killington’s slopes and outdoor activities. Whether you visit in the summer, spring, winter or fall, your trip to beautiful Killington will be unforgettable.
Things to do in Killington
Of course, the most popular thing to do in Killington is to ski on some of its nearly 200 trails. Killington Peak has several double black diamond trails and is the highest peak in the area. Lodges with restaurants are housed at the base and summit of the mountain that rentals. Lift tickets tart at $25 a day for adults and spring passes are available for $189 and up. Gondola rides are offered year-round to the peak of Killington Mountain where you can see a panoramic view of five surrounding states and Canada. You can also take a background tour of the area by bus or hike to a waterfall on the Thunder Brook Falls trail. Other local activities include a disk golf course and a tubing park.
Day trips from Killington
Just a two-hour drive north of Killington is Lake Champlain, a freshwater lake on the U.S.-Canada border. With fishing, sailing, skating and even ice fishing—you can’t experience Vermont without a stop at Lake Champlain. If you want to check out other ski spots in the area, then drive an hour and a half south the Stratton Mountain. Here you can try dog sledding, cross-country skiing and get private ski lessons.
Several lodges surround the Killington area offering golfing, rental shops and shuttle services. Another option for staying in Killington is finding a convenient, comfortable vacation rental on Tripping. From cozy condos to luxury lodges, you can stay a day, a week or a month in vacation rentals. Summertime camping is also available in the mountains or you can bring an RV.
Transportation in Killington
The closest airport to Killington is the Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport just 30 minutes away. The airport has daily connections from Boston and Burlington, or you can fly into either city and drive about two hours to Killington. Shuttle are offered from the airport or you can rent a car to get to the mountains for your ski getaway.
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