For many travelers, capturing the essence of an incredible winter escape starts with planning a one-of-a-kind ski getaway that’s sure to inspire. When the fresh powder falls and you’re the type of adventurer that can’t wait to hit the slopes, there’s something endlessly appealing about a vacation that helps you make the most of the Killington Skiing Area. This Vermont fan favorite isn’t far from well-known Quechee and caters to winter sports enthusiasts from near and far. Whether you’re new to skiing or have been perfecting your downhill skills since childhood, this is a ski destination that’s truly worth exploring.
Challenging and Fun for Everyone
For those skiers who are on the hunt for a destination to enjoy where downhill options are as fun as they are challenging, the Killington Ski Area is the place to be. Located near beautiful Killington, Vermont, time at this ski area is often paired with time at nearby Pico to create a comprehensive ski vacation quite unlike any other. The Killington Ski Area is home to seven different ski destinations in total and amongst them, visitors will find 212 trails to explore. Those who are looking for ski stops where scenery takes centerstage will love time admiring the impressive Killington Peak which reigns above the landscape. Across both Killington and Pico, ski travelers will find more than 1,977-skiable acres to savor—providing more than enough space to explore.
Regulations to Be Aware of This Year
In light of Covid-19, the Killington Ski Resort has put some exceptional policies into place for the health and safety of all visitors that will need to be adhered to in the 2020/2021 ski season. Before you head to the Killington Ski Area, guests will need to reserve a parking place via an online platform to make sure the resort can track the number of visitors and implement social distancing guidelines. This policy went into effect on November 5, 2020, and will remain in place for the entirety of the ski season. Once guests are parked in their reserved place, they can easily receive their digital passes from a virtual kiosk that’s accessible through a smartphone app. While you’re on the slopes social distancing will be enforced and lifts will only be filled to 50% capacity. Face coverings are required on the lifts and in lines. Visitors from out of state should be aware that presently, Vermont requires a 14-day quarantine period.
When your travel plans bring you to Vermont for fun on the slopes, Carefree Quechee Vacations has the home away from home you’ve been looking for. Reach out today to learn more about our vacation rental options and how we can help you start planning your adventure!