Make Killington Vermont
your vacation destination!
Endless opportunities...that's what Killington has to offer. Seven mountains along the spine of the Green Mountains near the geographic center of Vermont, form a backdrop for outdoor recreational activities.
Killington is known world-wide as a winter playground. The ski resort is awash in superlatives: the highest lift serviced skiing in New England (4241 feet); the greatest vertical drop in New England (3050 feet); the largest number of ski trails in New England (200 trails, over 90 miles); the largest snow making system in New England (over 60 miles!).....you get the picture.
But in addition to being big, Killington also can act small and friendly. While each mountain offers challenging terrain for advanced skiers and riders, you will also find routes from each peak for the novice in your group. Snowboarders and freestyle skiers are also included in the mix. Entire mountain area's have been set aside for terrain parks and half pipes welcoming new riders and seasoned champions alike.
While life at Killington does revolve around the mountain, after dark the party begins. Apres-ski on the Killington Road leading to the ski resort is legendary. Killington offers you all of the choices....from cuddling in front of a warm fireplace with your favorite beverage, to a wide range of dinning options, to dancing the night away at one of the area's many nightclubs.
But the fun at Killington does not stop when the snow melts. During the late spring, summer and fall months, championship golf courses are at your disposal. Most ski resorts feature one layout for chasing the little white ball...but 18 holes are not enough! 2 great golf courses are located in Killington; the Killington Resort Course, and the Green Mountain National Golf Course.
The Killington Resort Course at the base of the mountain, was designed by Geoffrey Cornish, offers one of Vermont's most spectacular tests of golf. The original resort golf course, it offers a very challenging round of golf with very scenic views of Killington.
The Green Mountain National Golf Course, designed by Steve Durkee, has been rated as the "Top Public Golf Course in Vermont" by Golf Digest. Carved out of the Green Mountain National Forest, golfers will find 5 different tee levels on each hole allowing golfers of all abilities to enjoy this magnificent course. Green Mountain National is a must play during your summer vacation to Killington.
No matter what your season, make Killington Vermont your vacation destination.