Events and Activities in the Killington Area
Killington, Vermont is a four season vacation destination, and the Killington area offers some of the best motorcycling in the world. Imagine twisting mountain roads through quaint country towns, uncrowded and unspoiled, with the Bikers Welcome Here mat out all year long.
Although the Killington Classic has a full schedule of events and riding, the Killington region offers some of the best outdoor and scenic activities in New England. Whether it's taking in the fall foliage from a 4241' gondola ride to the top of Killington peak, kayaking through streams and lakes or a horseback ride through the valleys, Killington is the place to do it. Below are just a few of the many reasons to extend your stay in Killington, or plan a trip back outside of the Killington Classic.
Killington is home to the K1 Gondola, stretching for over a mile between the base of Killington Peak and the top of the mountain. Whether it's a trip up and hike back down through the fall foliage or a round trip view of the area, you'll enjoy a view of five states and Canada from the top of the Green Mountains. There's no better way to take it all Killington has to offer! - Learn more
Why not trade your hog for a horse? Guided trail rides are available from both the Mountain Top Inn and Hawk Inn. Enjoy a short tour or make a day of it and have a picnic in the hills. More information is available by calling (802) 483-2311 for the Mountain Top Inn or (800) 685-HAWK for the Hawk Mountain Resort.
We've got mountains, valleys, and lakes! For a more relaxing ride, consider a kayak rental on Kent Lake. Enjoy the reflection of the Green Mountains on this pristine lake as you experience a favorite place of Vermont locals. Rentals are available by reservation (weather permitting) from Base Camp Outfitters at (802) 775-0166.
Scenic Train Rides:
Experience the fun of train travel from an era long since gone and share in a true New England tradition! Board the beautifully restored passenger cars to travel through the heart of the Green Mountains and scenic Vermont. Various destinations and schedules are available; visit www.rails-vt.com for more information and pricing.