Although 57 trails, 7 lifts and 19 miles of terrain is enough to keep even the most avid skier or rider busy, vacations are not measured by numbers alone.

Shops, entertainment, off-mountain snow activities, museums and local nooks and crannies present endless opportunities for a well deserved day away from the slopes. Take a break and check out the natural beauty that surrounds us, stunning at any time of year. Vermont displays a quiet beauty in the winter, from covered bridges heavy with fresh snowfall to hillside farms and quaint towns. Stop along the way at a brewery for a craft-brewed sample.


A Vermont indoor climbing experience, Green Mountain Rock Climbing Center is located right on Woodstock Ave. (Route 4) in Rutland, VT. Just a short drive from Killington, offering 30 top rope stations, lead climbing, bouldering and private instruction. (802) 773-3343


Mountain Top Inn Mt. Top Road, Chittenden (802) 483-2311
Hawk Resort Route 100, Plymouth (802) 672-3811
Ludlow-Brickyard Farm, Ludlow (802) 228-5032
Kedron Valley, South Woodstock (802) 457-1480


Guided snowmobile tours through the Calvin Coolidge State Forest and Park System offer some of the most breathtaking Green Mountain views in the entire state. Miles of groomed and maintained trails twist and wind through forest land. (802) 422-2121


For those who want to provide their own power on a journey through the woods, snowshoeing and Nordic skiing are natural ways to experience the Green Mountains.

Located at Killington Resort, Bear Trax Adventure Tours offers guided tours for all ability levels Thursday - Sunday and peak periods.

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Rutland’s historic Paramount Theatre is open year-round and has attracted the likes of bluegrass favorites Alison Krauss and Jerry Douglas, plays by Neil Simon, family favorites like Pinocchio and Peter Pan, and just about everything in between. 802-775-0570

*Not owned or operated by Killington/Pico Ski Resort Partners, LLC.

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