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There are lots of ways to kill the time in Killington. No matter what season it is or what the weather is like, this town offers the chance to get moving and get outdoors.
Skiing: An obvious first choice for this list, skiing is what most travelers come to Killington for. The ski season is very long, and some lifts are open from early October all the way to late March. Pico Peak and Killington Peak each have ski lifts and amenities to outfit newbies as well as black diamond-level pros. Before heading up either mountain, be sure to check the Killington Resort’s snow report.
Snowshoeing: Peak Snowshoe Tours offer a wide variety of snowshoeing activities. Snowshoe marathon, romantic snowshoe date, guided tours and snowshoe rental so you can explore the mountain yourself.
Sleigh Rides: Heritage Hills Farm based 5 minutes from killington is the perfect choice for a date or fun for the whole family
Survival Courses:Peak Survival is based just outside killington they teach a survival seminar every sunday for people taking part in outdoors sports it focuses on what to do if you are lost in the woods, how to treat injuries with what you have on you, what to put in a survival kit ect. Every other weekend they also run a survival weekend where participants get practical hands on experience at surviving.
Snowmobiling: Killington Snowmobiles offers a variety of guided tours. Beginners can take a leisurely ride through the foothills of the Green Mountains, and thrill-seekers can zip up and down steep slopes at higher elevations. Those who wish to go slow enough to enjoy the view can rent their own snowmobiles and explore the trails in some of Killington’s national parks.
Golfing: The Killington Resort golf course consists of an expertly designed 18 holes spanning a gently rolling green. As you line up that perfect shot, be careful not to get distracted by the mountains, which are aligned perfectly with the course and make for an astonishing view. The course, clubhouse, and locker rooms are open during the summer only.