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FAQs About Killington Vermont


How do we get more information?

When browsing this website, there are links for information on activities, shopping, dining, lodging and virtually everything you need to plan your Killington visit.

Do we need "dressy" attire for dining?

Resort attire is most often casual. You should bring workout clothes if you wish to spend time at a healthclub or sports center and a bathing suit if you wish to soak your bones in a spa after a day outdoors!

How much does a Killington vacation cost?

Like anything else, there are lots of options! Economical motel accommodations to more luxurious inns and bed and breakfasts and slope side hotels. Some visitors prefer their own condominium. It’s a personal choice. There are a variety of lift/lodging packages available. Visit the places to stay page on the website for more information.

How should we begin planning a trip to Killington?

Your first decision is what season you would like to visit. Then, decide what activities you’d like to experience while you’re here. In winter, skiing, snowboarding, dog sledding, snowmobiling and winter hiking are popular activities. Since the winter season is fast approaching, let’s focus on that.

Do I need to be an experienced skier or rider to enjoy a Killington winter vacation?

No. You need only to have a yearning to experience the awesome beauty of Vermont’s Green Mountains. If you want to learn to ski or ride, there’s no better place. Killington Resort and Pico have been helping people enjoy skiing and riding for more than 50 years! If snowmobiling is your passion, Killington is centrally located to the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers trail network and is home to snowmobile guide and rental companies. There’s also great cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

What kind of clothing do we need?

It depends on your plans for outdoor activity. Winter in Vermont often sees daytime temperatures ranging from the single digits to 20s. Layering is the best way to dress for the cold; that way you can shed or add layers as temperatures fluctuate. If you need clothing, there are plenty of shopping options right here in town.

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