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What to do in Killington for the Best Guys GetAway Trip

HomeJourneys To KillingtonWhat to do in Killington for the Best Guys GetAway Trip

For a guys’ night out, Killington has everything you could ask for. In Killington, we’ve got snow sports, miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, and tons of great restaurants—the perfect guys’ trip conveniently packaged into one town. We’ve complied a list of what to do in Killington when you’re in town with the guys.

Ski and Snowboard

Maybe not everyone in your group is as confident on the slopes as you are. Or maybe this is a first time for everyone. A two-hour group skiing or snowboarding lesson costs just $79. And if it’s not your first time on the slopes, then Killington and Pico Mountain are guaranteed fun. Pico Mountain, which has 19 miles of trails over 468 skiable acres, is smaller than Killington, which has 73 miles of trails over 1,509 skiable acres. Together, the resorts, which are managed by the same company, make up nearly 2,000 skiable acres.

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Don’t Miss the Sports

Worried you won’t be able to keep up with your favorite sports team while you’re on vacation? Killington’s got your back. Dine at the Long Trail Pub, part pub, part sports bar. Think fish and chips, burgers and beer, and lots of sports television.

Take a Snowmobile Tour

If you’re looking for what to do in Killington for an adrenaline rush? If not skiing, then take a look at snowmobiling. You can take guided snowmobile tours through the Calvin Coolidge State Forest and Park System. You’ll get incredible views of the Green Mountains. Tours with Snowmobile Vermont include a guide, snowmobile, boots, and helmet.

Hiking and Other Killington, VT Activities

Hiking is one of the best Killington, VT activities because there are hundreds of miles of trails, not to mention that it’s near two of the oldest and longest marked footpaths in the United States, the Appalachian Trail and the Long Trail. The Appalachian Trail is the longest hiking-only trail in the world. For approximately 2,178 miles, it parallels the East Coast from Maine to Georgia. The Long Trail is the oldest long-distance hiking trail in the U.S. and runs 272 miles from the Massachusetts-Vermont border to the Canadian border.

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