When most people think of touring Vermont, they think of hiking the Appalachian Trail, driving along Vermont’s Scenic Route 100 or doing a series of cheese tastings. You should add some ATV tours Vermont to that list. It’s a fun, adventurous and unique way to experience the natural beauty of Vermont.
What to Expect
Killington is best known for its skiing and list of Vermont attractions, but with Vermont ATV Tours, you’ll actually be able drive up the Killington peak. The ATVs are fully automatic, so there’s no need to be concerned about shifting. You’ll be riding in Polaris Razors, an all-around favorite for ATV adventures. They’re powerful, agile and have great suspension—everything you need to tear up the trail. Talented staff will give you an orientation on how to operate the ATV before heading out, so you’ll feel confident.
What You Should Bring
Be prepared to get a little dirty; it’s part of the fun. You might get hit with dirt, dust, mud, sun, rain and snow. Bring good footwear (meaning no open-toed shoes), and your own eye (protection sunglasses, safety goggles or glasses). Tour guides also can provide eye protection.
Cost for These ATV Tours Vermont
If you want a solo adventure on your list of Vermont attractions, a one-hour tour costs $124 and a two-hour tour costs $184. A one-hour tour in a double ATV costs $164 and a two-hour tour costs $234. If you’re not comfortable riding alone, you can choose the most affordable option, which is riding with a guide. That tour costs $69 for one hour and $99 for two hours. You can book your tours online through the company’s live calendar.
Riding an ATV up Killington Peak is one of the most unique ways to experience this beautiful and charming town. When you book with Getaway Vacations, you’ll be just minutes away from all the action. Call us or visit our website today to book your next vacation in Killington!