Killington Road is the best way to enter and exit the Resort as you will pass many area businesses before reaching a hub of base lodges. Snowshed Base Lodge is your stop for beginner’s learning area in the winter and the Adventure Center in the summer. Ramshead has terrain parks and daycare in the winter […]
Any time is the best time! Here in Vermont, we aren’t just about snow: we recognize four distinct seasons (with a few extra in between) and we rely heavily on the weather. Typically, Killington opens for skiing in early November but is limited to more advanced skiing and riding. When the season picks up more […]
The K1 Gondola offers access to the wonderful Peak Lodge and amazing views of the surrounding Green Mountains. Being Vermont’s second highest peak at 4241’, the Scenic Gondola Rides deliver breathtaking views, especially on a bluebird day. Check the Killington Conditions page to see the times and status of trails and lifts.
There are numerous waterfalls throughout Vermont. Thundering Brook Falls is located right in Killington. Here are some more waterfalls which are found throughout the state.
Billings Farm — a working 18 th Century farm- is located in Woodstock and has many fun children’s activities. Pico Sports Center offers an indoor pool and sauna. Wonder Feet Museum in Rutland also has many things for kids to do.
While the skiing/riding in Killington is superb, there is a plethora of things to do after you’re done hitting the slopes or if you want to take it easy during your stay. There is plenty of shopping in and around Killington such as at the Greenbrier Gift Shop or at the Killington Sports Store. The […]
If you’re looking for some places to swim in the summer The Town of Killington pool is a perfect spot in the summer. On rainy days or in the winter, the pool at the Pico Fitness Center is a great indoor option. Both locations offer reasonable day rates. If you prefer swimming outside, Echo Lake […]
Thundering Brook Falls is a short and easy hike that is perfect for small children. If you’re looking for something more challenging, then Deer Leap is certainly the place to go. Deer Leap offers amazing views of the Rutland Valley- especially at sunrise or sunset. A decent pair of hiking boots/shoes is certainly recommended as […]
The Killington Area has two bus systems to get you around. Marble Valley Regional Transit, more commonly known as “The Bus” services the entire Rutland County and allows you to get around Killington with ease. The Bus stops at the Welcome Center heading up the Killington Road at :42 after the hour, The Bus stops […]
Killington has many businesses up and down Killington Road, along the Route 4 corridor and on Route 100, giving visitors a variety of shops, restaurants, lodging and other businesses to visit. Plans for a Killington Village, or designated town center have been considered for the future.