Play and Stay
Off The Beaten Path
Enjoy three different comics with a night of fun and laughs. Michael Kingsbury, Kendall Farrell, and Nathan Brady Crain will be in the house every Thursday night this Winter. Come early and enjoy a dinner and drinks and stay for the show.
Stop by Liquid Art for a cup of some of Killington’s best VT Artisan coffee, tea, espresso and lattes. If you’re looking for something a little stronger, they also offer signature cocktails. You can also try one of their nightly Dinner Specials – and enjoy the Loft Dining Room for Dinner Service Thursday through Sunday from 5:30 – 9:00 PM. Chef Daniel Oakes puts out an incredible revolving menu each week. Call for reservations.
If the time ever comes where you are bored of shopping for new gear at Darkside Snowboards, check out their own park, located right next to the building. Take a few minutes to shred some rails and boxes and potentially make some new friends who are doing the exact same thing.
Downhill skiing isn’t the only skiing available during the winter! At Mountain Meadows, they offer 31K of prime cross country skiing and shoe shoeing. Why wouldn’t you want to ski out the door to beautiful Kent pond or stomp through the winter wonderland woods?
Designed for all ability levels, fat bikes have wider hubs and tires than a mountain bike for better flotation and more stability in the snow. Fat Bike Vermont’s satellite location, located on Route 4 in Killington is open year-round and offers a variety of fat bike rentals for you to explore the Killington region by pedal power; Fat Bike Vermont* also offers service, sales and local knowledge and tips on where to ride.
Whether you’ve never been on a snowmobile before or you’re an expert, check out the snowmobile tours at Killington. A range of trails are available and all tours include the newest snowmobiles, helmets and boots. Choose from one hour or two hour tour or even a full day rental! Just another great way to spend the day having fun in the snow.
If you’re feeling creative, check out the Killington ART Garage. The Art Garage is a fully stocked creative space with many workshops and art social events.
Bundle up for the memories only the Ledgewood Yurt can create. Not available by car, a snowcat drawn sleigh is the only up. Recommended for 21 and up (expect on family nights), you’ll enjoy dishes made from local ingredients, signature prime meats and a truly unique atmosphere.
Not a skier or snowboarder? No Problem. You can still enjoy the mountain with a scenic Gondola ride to Vermont’s second highest peak. Once your gondola cabin arrives at the peak, take a short walk to the Peak Lodge for top-of-the-world views and a dining experience like no other featuring custom menus and fresh local entrees.
Looking to get out of the cold? Take some time to check out The Killington Arts Guild located on Route 4. Founded in 1998, the arts guild features a variety of artists and their goal is to develop cultural advancement and awareness about arts in the world.
Whether you are looking for a strenuous workout or just a nice hike through the woods, Bear Trax Adventures will customize a tour to meet your needs. The travel route takes you off the beaten path and allows you to experience the peaceful beauty of winter in Vermont. All you need to do is show up. Quality, made in Vermont snowshoes, poles, water, snacks and experienced guides will all be provided.
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