Killington & Rutland, VT, Guide and Information

Your Guide to Killington & Rutland Region of VT.

Welcome to Killington & Rutland

Killington offers visitors some of the best skiing in the East, but the excitement doesn’t end when Killington’s ski season—the longest in the East—melts away in May or June. A full slate of summer activities on the hill—from mountain biking to concerts—are only the beginning, as Killington is also home to events for every interest, from the Killington Classic motorcycle rally, to the Spartan Beast obstacle race. Nearby Rutland offers all the amenities of a small city, from movies to theater, while Killington Road is famous for its bars and restaurants.

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Your Guide to Local Adventure


Explore Rutland County for a classic Vermont experience and wide range of unique things to do. The Vermont Long Trail and Appalachian Trail meets in this county and offer incredible hiking for the outdoor enthusiast. Such towns as Rutland, Killington, Bridgewater, Pittsfield, Chittenden, Pittsford, Proctor, and Brandon are a few of the unique destinations all within a short drive from the Killington Area.

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Let's Do This!

No matter the time of year, there's always something to enjoy in historic Downtown Rutland. From author readings at our bookshops, interactive exhibits at our kids' museum, nationally touring performances at our world-class theater, local food tastings at our co-op, live music at our pubs, exhibits at our galleries, as well as wellness sessions, workout classes and wine tastings, we have something to do on a daily basis. But there are a few special events throughout the year you won't want to miss. So grab your calendar and get ready to plan your next visit to Rutland.

In July, head down to Center Street for our free Friday Night Live concerts, featuring live music, outdoor dining, local vendors and children’s activities. Our concerts feature well-known performers from the 80's and 90's and did we mention that they're entirely free to the public? Grab a bite to eat and a local brew while you enjoy the show and meet up with friends.

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