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It won’t be long before the leaves in Killington, Vermont will start their annual display of beautiful colors of red, orange, and gold. The best time to see the Fall foliage in Vermont is typically around mid-September to late October, but sometimes you can start to see isolated trees with a little color change as early as mid-to-late August. As the morning air turns crisp and chilly, you know Fall is here bringing with it that perfect time to enjoy festivities and activities that celebrate the changing of the seasons. Read more below about what Killington, Vermont has to offer during this beautiful time of year.

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Looking for a fun-filled day out with the family? Look no further than the Snowshed Adventure Center! From heart-pumping thrills to more laid-back fun, the Adventure Center caters to all interests and skill levels. The best part? The center is free for all visitors and tickets are only required for the rides.

Hit the Killington, Vermont mountains this Fall with ATV Vermont! ATV Vermont has customized tours with experienced guides to take you through the breathtaking views of Killington’s peaks in a Polaris Razor. You have the option of driving yourself; no clutch or shifting, if you can drive a car, you can drive a Polaris Razor! Don’t feel like driving? Ride with one of our experienced guides, sit back and enjoy the views!

Vermont’s Long Trail System, with its 272-mile footpath, 185 miles of side trails, and approximately 70 backcountry campsites (many featuring shelters) offers...

Starting from the River Road parking area the Appalachian Trail (AT) passes through the open Ottauquechee River floodplain across 900 feet of...

From the trailhead immediately alongside Route 4 at the top of Shrewsbury Pass, the trail ascends quickly alongside the road (some road...


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