Killington Travel Guide

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Killington Things to Do

  • The Mountains

    There are oodles of parking lots spread out among the mountains, but if you arrive by shuttle, most likely you will be dropped off and picked up at:Snowshed LodgeAs you're skiing, you can go from mountain to mountain and not even realize you are on a different one. Here they are, standing at the bottom looking left to right:SunriseBearSkye...

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  • What the Trail Guide is Good For

    Runs turn into runs, leading into other runs. It's all a big, fun maze. Mapping out our plan of action, and following through just never happened. Some other trail just looked too inviting, or perhaps the trail we were going to take was closed. Mostly we used our trail guide to find out where the heck we wound up as we finished a run, and where the...

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  • The mountains little secret.

    As you're skiing down the mountain, head over to the far right, sunrise mountain. Tucked into the farthest corner is Noel's Restaurant. Remote and not easy to find, it's a sick-of-ski-cafeteria-food diner's dream!Small, cozy, with tablewear that clinks as opposed to disposable, a server to take your order, and food prices the same as the cafeteria,...

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  • A very nice dining experience!

    Whichever local we asked, this was the restaurant they recommended, citing the chef as a dedicated to his craft type of guy.We made the stupid mistake of taking a taxi, not knowing our way around, this being our first time up here. The restaurant wound up being practically across the road from our hotel and the trip cost $10 !!! So we decided to...

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  • Don't Mess with Mother!

    This family style ski mountain restaurant is all about the day's skiing. You will find a nice restaurant filled with skiers who have had a long and tiring day on the slopes, not to mention freezing.Don't worry Mother Shapiros will handle all your drink and dining requests. Homeade soups, prime rib to pot roast. Everything is a-ok.

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Killington Transportation

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    by Rhondaj Written Feb 11, 2005

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    Our hotel was right on the main drag-Killington Rd. We mostly skied during our stay, but ventured out on the road a few times. Walking was difficult. Sidewalks did not run the whole length, or both sides of the street. We were there during a snow storm, so the sidewalks were buried under snow. Businesses are spread out along the length of the road. But if you seriously want to get around never fear! There is a Shuttle Bus System. It operates 7 days a week Thanksgiving Day through April 10th-the ski season. If you are staying close to the ski area (like we were) the shuttle is free, if you're riding in the fare free zone. Outside of the zone each ride has a $2 fare.

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    • Skiing and Boarding

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Killington Warnings and Dangers

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    by Deus_ultima Written Jun 13, 2003

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    This guy have balls!
    Not only does he scream his lungs out for the county to hear starting 5am... but he did this crazy war dance and attacked me!
    :O

    Lil' Red Rooster

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Killington Off The Beaten Path

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    by Deus_ultima Written Jun 13, 2003

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    Take a hike on the appalachian or Long Trail!

    So many beautyfull paths leading to great and beautyfull monuments of nature!

    Falls in Kent Brook
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    • National/State Park
    • Hiking and Walking

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Killington Favorites

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    by almapaul Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Fondest memory: I took a class to learn to ski, I realized that it would be necessary to do so if I didn't want to kill myself that weekend. I had a great time learning with my fellow beginners and loved every minute of sliding down a hill on two sticks.

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