The Ledgewood Yurt brings you high-quality dining in one of the most unique atmospheres around. The yurt at Killington Ski Resort is built to resemble structures used by nomadic tribes in Mongolia more than 2,000 years ago. Accessing the yurt is in itself an experience. Bundle up and get ready for a 20-minute, snowcat-drawn sleigh ride to Ledgewood Yurt’s trailside location. Come have an adventure with your dinner at the Ledgewood Yurt Killington.
The restaurant suggests you make reservations two weeks in advance. Same day reservations aren’t allowed, and cancellations must be 24 hours in advance.
The yurt is a great place to host a party or gathering with friends. You can rent the yurt out for private functions and even schedule a snowshoe tour to the yurt. The cost for a five-course dinner is $135 without alcohol.
The Ledgewood Yurt Killington also is great for family gatherings. A three-course dining experience (with a menu that caters to the younger palettes) costs $68, not including alcohol, which is available upon request.
If you only have time for lunch at the yurt, it’s served between 11 and 2 p.m. Check the websites for dates when the yurt is open.
Food at the Ledgewood Yurt
Dining at the Ledgewood Yurt includes signature prime cuts and local ingredients. Mouth-watering menu items include the Vermont quail sampling with Goji berry reduction, lamb belly lardon, cinnamon confit, roasted cauliflower and glazed radish, or Greenhead lobster with chorizo rub, crab gnocchi, honey sunflower cream, roasted baby fennel and saffron oil. The farm-to-table lunch menu includes apple butternut bisque, Vermont short rib, and house-smoked meats.