Activities

Activities IN KILLINGTON

Mountain Meadows Lodge stands on the Long Trail, one of the most celebrated of the
Appalachian Trails. Set against the majesty of the Green Mountains, we are just around the
corner from the renowned Killington Ski Resort and its sister resort of
Pico Mountain. Consequently we are delighted to feature an inspirational selection of biking
and hiking trails as well as easy access to over a dozen championship golf courses. Additionally
our guests are ideally placed for access to family adventure centres,
riding stables, art and cultural centres alike.

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The Appalachian trail traverses the property
providing stunning hiking opportunities including a
scenic trek to the Thundering Brook Falls.
Additionally, Killington has 45 miles (72 km) of hiking
and mountain biking trails, an 18-hole golf course as
well as some magnificent zip lines and a mountain
coaster.

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KILLINGTON OFFER SKI TRAILS
For Everyone-beginners and experts alike
They include the Outer Limits, and a selection of five
snowboard and alpine parks as well as the
Accelerated Learning Area for beginners. For the
more ambitious, Killington has one of the largest
half-pipes in the east (on Bear Mountain) as well as
a broad range of boarder cross terrain trails and
several major trails with ramps and jumps.

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GONE FISHING
For the fisherman, Kent Pond promises
abundant largemouth bass, pumpkinseed
sunfish and trout. Nearby Colton Pond offers
largemouth bass, yellow perch and brook trout.

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CANOEING
Canoeing on Kent Pond in Killington, VT is easy
and fun! We provide the kayak, paddle, life
jacket, paddling instruction for those interested
and transportation of equipment to Kent Pond.

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THE KILLINGTON ADVENTURE CENTRE

An Adventure Center Day Pass includes unlimited use of the Woodward Wreck Tangle,
Beast Mountain Coaster, Zip Line Racer, Jump Tower, Skye Ropes Course, Soaring Eagle,
Trampoline Jump, Alpine Tubing and Amaze'n Maze.

ON TWO WHEELS

The Killington Valley area is home to some of New England's finest mountain biking
terrain and road cycling tours. Bring your own bike, or rent equipment and sign up for
one of the many quality touring options in the area. There is something for everyone with
beginner to advanced trails, and new ones being added constantly.

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