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Silent Mountain


The "t" in
Mountain
is silent.

(But not for long.)

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Silent Mountain


The "t" in
Mountain
is silent.

(But not for long.)

KILLINGTON:  PICTURESQUE SNOWY WINTERS, LONG SUMMER DAYS AND GORGEOUS FOLIAGE IN SPRING AND FALL.

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Sunrise


Sunrise


New Hampshire Governor Benning Wentworth chartered the town of Killington in 1761, along with 62 other settlements between the Connecticut River and Lake Champlain, mostly to thwart New Yorkers who had their eyes on the Vermont territory.

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Killington Skier


Killington Skier


It remained a sleepy village in the shelter of 4,241-foot Killington Peak, Vermont’s second highest mountain, until 1958, when Killington Resort opened. Everything changed and Killington became the East’s biggest and most popular ski area.

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Satellite View


Satellite View


Today, Killington Resort boasts 90 miles of skiing over 1,200 acres on six peaks and 200 trails. The Resort recently hosted the Audi FIS Ski World Cup – the first time this event involving international superstars has been held east of the Rockies since 1991. And it will again in 2018 and 2019.

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Golf


Golf


A true four-seasons Resort, Killington offers championship golf, fishing, fine dining, shopping, arts, attractions, mountain biking, music festivals … and for hikers, two great trails – the Long Trail and the Appalachian Trail – pass right through town.

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Mountain Biking


Mountain Biking


Come and enjoy “each bend in the road,” because, of Vermont’s nine designated Scenic Byways, two intersect in Killington.

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Great Day


Great Day


To think there is all of this, and soon, the new Six Peaks Killington. Welcome.