EXPERIENCE . EXPLORE . ADVENTURE
Vermont’s Killington Valley
The Killington Valley is the East’s outdoor adventure capital. Come experience the natural beauty of Vermont’s mountains, valleys, rivers and lakes as you ride, hike or paddle. Explore outdoor adventures and signature Vermont events with your friends and family. Join us and make the Killington Valley experience your every day.
The Outdoor Adventure Capital
What will your next adventure be?
What We’re About!
Mountain Biking and Trail Riding are available at all ability levels at multiple locations in the Killington Valley.
Ski, skate, fat bike ride and more outside your back door.
Enjoy day trips and overnight stays along the Long Trail, the most picturesque section of the Appalachian Trail.
Boating, paddle boarding, swimming and fishing are within minutes of wherever you are.
Rock climbing and professionally designed adventure centers await your family.
Community parks will entertain you with music, farmers markets and signature Vermont events.
Experience the Vermont Farm-to-Table flavors and newest local brews unlike any other in the Nation.
Living in KV
Play in Killington Valley and live here too.
There is something here for everyone!
The Killington Valley has so much to offer, the amount of activities are endless.
There are so many activities to try and places to explore in the Killington Valley; they are just waiting for you to find them!
Adventure is what we specialize in, so try something new or revisit a favorite activity — we have them all.
Killington Valley in the News
Shelley Lutz Receives International Mountain Biking Association Volunteer of the Year Award
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) has presented Shelley Lutz (Center Rutland, Vt.) with the 2018 “Scott “Superman” Scudamore Volunteer Leadership Award” for her relentless and selfless service to her community. Lutz is one of the founding members of the Pine Hill Partnership and currently serves as the organization’s secretary and also serves as a volunteer committee member for Killington Valley. The award honors outstanding volunteers who are making a significant contribution to the mountain bicycling community. IMBA received more than 20 nominations from all ten regions in the United States.
Lutz has devoted thousands of hours to Pine Hill Partnership since the organization’s start in 2006. For over 25 years, she mountain biked, hiked, and skied in Pine Hill, and helped to layout, create, and maintain the trail network that we know today. In addition to trail work and organizing work days, Lutz has led a women’s mountain bike clinic and youth mountain bike clinic in Pine Hill Park for the past 10 years. She also has helped other trail advocacy groups in the region begin and grow their trail networks.