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Condo in Killington
Ski in/out newly renovated 1brm condo at Pico base
Newly renovated 1 bedroom condo with slope side Mountain view that is seconds away from the lodge and lift.Balcony facing lodge and slopes, 50”flatscreen TV, WiFi,fireplace, new carpet, new queen size mattress/box spring ,custom black walnut headboard and night stands.New queen size sofa bed. Renovated bathroom and new granite kitchen countertops w/new stools.Newer appliances and refurbished cabinets. Fully equip kitchen, free ski locker and firewood. Coin Op laundry.Free bus to Killington base.
$157 per night
Condo in Killington
1BR Modern Condo @ Whiffletree Ground Fl Walkout
PRIME BASE AREA LOCATION THE HOME → King Beautyrest mattress → Coffee/Tea/Cocoa Bar → Nintendo Wii + Games → Fully Equipped & Stainless Kitchen → Fast Wifi SKI IN / SHUTTLE OUT (2022: Winter Only; Weekends only) → Shuttle to Snowshed/K1 → Ski home on a gorgeous quiet ski home trail OFF SEASON → World Class hiking & biking on Killington Mountain OFF THE MOUNTAIN → Breweries → Antique Malls → Golf Courses → Quechee Gorge → Disk Golf → Llamas Petting
$99 per night
Condo in Killington
Winter is coming! Cute Mountain Getaway!
Our home is in the main building giving you easier access to Black Dog Sports and Hops on the Hill restaurant. Our home is directly across the street from the Upper Snowshed parking lot for easy access to the mountain and all the restaurants on Killington Road are just a short drive away. Our recently remodeled home is the perfect place for your stay in Killington!
$96 per night

Stay near Killington's top sights

Killington Peak Lodge16 locals recommend
Sushi Yoshi81 locals recommend
Killington Ski Area386 locals recommend
The Lookout Tavern73 locals recommend
Thundering Brook Falls Trail49 locals recommend
The Foundry at Summit Pond67 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Killington

Condo in Killington
Newly renovated ski retreat at Killington
$150 per night
Condo in Killington
PEEP LOW RATES 1 bdrm 1 nght Ok
$136 per night
Townhouse in Killington
Modern Mountain Condo with Spa, Pool and Gym
$199 per night
Condo in Killington
⛷☃️Close to lifts. Rustic. Mountain Green Resort🏂❄️…
$112 per night

Your guide to Killington

All About Killington

Situated in the Green Mountains of central Vermont, the town of Killington may be on the smaller side, but it has a lot to offer when it comes to year-round outdoor activities. The snow-covered mountains make Killington a popular spot for downhill skiing and snowboarding during the winter months, but as the snow melts, the mountains are transformed with green throughout the forests and mountainsides.

While hiking and biking are popular ways to explore the stunning mountain scenery, Killington also has a 4,800-foot rollercoaster that gives riders a unique way to experience the beauty of the mountains. Although the town is known for the numerous outdoor activities visitors can enjoy throughout the year, it is anything but a sleepy mountain town — Killington’s active nightlife draws people from all over the region. Lounges, taverns, and steakhouses come alive as the sun sets, allowing for some nighttime fun before the next day of exploration begins.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Killington

Vermont has four distinct, and equally picturesque seasons, each bringing a different set of weather conditions. The winter months provide plenty of snowfall for Green Mountains’ many winter activities, making it a popular time for visitors to book Killington vacation rentals. Although the town is known for its excellent winter skiing, as the weather warms in April and May people ditch the skis for hiking boots and mountain bikes — but mornings can still be chilly, so bring a jacket. Summer’s heat is not too oppressive, making it an ideal time to spend as much time outdoors as you can handle, and the crisp fall weather washes through New England in late September. The area is also home to several events throughout the year. The town’s popular brewfest in September features live music and more than 80 local craft beers. In early December, you can wander among dozens of decorated trees and craft stalls at the Vermont Holiday Festival, all to the sound of holiday music.

Top things to do in Killington

Thundering Falls Trail

Just outside of town, an accessible boardwalk will lead you to a cascading waterfall, the sixth tallest in Vermont. Several trails of varying distances and difficulty levels branch off from the boardwalk. At the top of the falls, you’ll find a swimming hole for a welcome dip to cool off during the warm summer months.

Gifford Woods State Park

Located in northern Killington, Gifford Woods State Park covers 285 acres and offers numerous trails, including the Old Growth Interpretive Trail, where you can find displays along the way that tell the history of the hardwood forest and describe the characteristics of the trees found throughout. A shaded picnic spot with a play area provides a scenic place to soak up the tranquility of the forest.

Billings Farm and Museum

Billings Farm and Museum, in nearby Woodstock, has several historic barns, pastures, gardens, and a fully restored farmhouse from the late 1800s. The museum exhibits include authentic farm tools and equipment and family possessions from life on the farm in times gone by. Classes and workshops are also run throughout the year, providing visitors with the chance to learn how to pickle, make jams, can produce, and more.

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