Killington In Winter

The winter season in Vermont is a very popular time of year. Winter in Killington is beautiful with its abundance of fresh snow. For people who love to ski, Killington is perfect as it is home to the Killington Ski Resort, the largest ski resort on the East Coast, and its little brother Pico Mountain! Both mountains offer some of the best skiing in the North East with miles of beautiful terrain to enjoy. During the winter, you can experience some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the country.

There’s More Than Just Skiing In Killington

Snowmobiling tours are available, allowing you to go on some of the best trails in the United States, which include the Vast Trail. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are also popular in the Killington region. Also new to Killington is Ski Biking. Visit during any of the winter months for the full Killington outdoor adventure experience.

Other winter activities you can enjoy include sleigh ridestheater, arts, shopping, snow tubing, and more. You can also go ice skating or indoor rock climbing if you need a break from the outdoors.

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Killington in the Summer/Fall

During the summer there are also several things to do in Killington, VT. Mountain biking and hiking are extremely popular after the snow melts and we see the hint of green on all the amazing trails.

Cedarbrook at Killington Golfing in Killington

If you like to swing the clubs, Killington is the place for you, as it is home to some of the nicest golf courses in the United States. You will be able to experience beautiful views as you play on Killington’s par 72 golf course, which is great for beginners to advanced golfers. Then there is the Green Mountain National. With its challenging design features carved out of the majestic Green Mountains, their course offers solitude and a “private” golf experience that will challenge players of all abilities.

If your thing is two wheels and the purr of an engine, Vermont’s roadways offer a variety of riding experiences for every motorcyclist. If getting a little dirty is your thing, Vermont’s has you covered with 8,000 miles of dirt roads. Sport riders enjoy the “twisty’s like Route 232 through Groton State Forest and the 53 turns in seven miles found on Route 17 — the Appalachian Gap. Cruisers and touring riders can relax on roads like Vermont Route 30, rolling from Poultney to Middlebury or on the miles of Vermont’s Scenic Byways. Rentals are available: Moto Vermont and  Green Mountain Harley Davidson.

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