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Bucklin Trail

Killington, Vermont is one of the premiere destinations in the country for the outdoor enthusiasts out there. Hiking is one of the best ways people can take advantage of the amazing beauty here. Bucklin Trail is one of the most popular in the area because it provides fun terrain to traverse and incredibly unique natural features to enjoy along the way.

Bucklin Trail Vermont

This is a 7.2-mile trail that takes hikers to the summit of Killington Peak and back to the trailhead near Rutland. It is generally considered to be a trail of moderate difficulty with very easy ascents for the first mile and increasing slope and difficulty from there. Along the way you will find a nice workout along with many peaceful moments. The Bucklin Trail is a fan favorite!

It is a phenomenal hike for both winter and summer hikes, as the snow becomes well packed and perfect for traversing in boots during the winter, while the summer brings some incredibly vibrant colors to the hike. During the spring and summer, people fall in love with endless wildflowers that you will find throughout the entire hike.

One of the best parts of the entire hike is the view that you find once you reach the end of the trail at the top of Killington Peak. From this incredible spot, you can see endless mountain ranges in Vermont, the Adirondacks in New York, and the White Mountains of New Hampshire. It is a must-visit attraction for anyone that really appreciates the beauty of nature.

You can find the trailhead about four miles down Wheelerville Road after you head south from Highway 4. It is a few miles to the west of the heart of Killington, but it an experience that provides a whole new perspective from which to enjoy the beauty of this incredible town. It is something everyone should give a try! Make sure you visit this trail during your stay in one of our Killington vacation rentals—book now!

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