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Where to stay around Killington Ski Area?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 1,197 vacation rentals near Killington Ski Area. From 486 houses to 387 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Killington Ski Area for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

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  • Apartments: 43 rentals available

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      An epic winter wonderland

      Spanning several mountains, the Killington Ski Area is one of North America's primetime snow sports destinations. There's terrain for every level, from thrilling double black diamond runs and exhilarating vertical dropsÊto well-groomed glades and family-friendly bunny slopes. There's nothing quite as satisfying as a ski in/ski out experience, so why not stay local? From cozy condos to luxury chalets, Killington Ski Area vacation rentals put you just steps from the slopes.

      Take on the "Beast of the East"

      With many lodges, dozens of lifts and over 90 miles of trails to carve up, Killington Resort is Vermont's premier ski destination. It's known as the "Beast of the East" and with its enormous footprint and even bigger reputation it's easy to see why. Snow sports are the order of the day, with over 200 runs to explore. Advanced skiers shouldn't miss Outer Limits, an impossibly steep double black diamond mogul run. Snowboarders are spoiled for choice, with a number of challenging terrain parks to take on, while families will love the fun slopes at Ramshead Lodge. For alpine cafes, snow sports outfitters and a lively social scene head, to Killington Road.

      Outdoor adventures at Killington Ski Resort

      Come summer, the Killington Ski Area transforms into an outdoor playground. There are loads of family activities on offer at the Adventure Center, including warm weather tubing, bungee jumping, ATV mountain expeditions, paintballing and even a woodland rollercoaster. The K-1 Express Gondola runs year-round and is especially popular in fall, when Killington Peak offers sweeping views of Vermont's fiery foliage. Want to practice your par? With signature mountain vistas and championship fairways designed by Geoffrey Cornish, the 18-hole Killington Course is alpine golf at its best.

      Enjoy one of America's longest ski seasons

      Ski season kicks off in late October and runs right through to early May. This gives Killington bragging rights to one of the longest ski seasons in North America. Killington also boasts the USA's largest snowmaking system which means conditions are exceptional, even in shoulder season months. Things don't slow down in the summer, when Killington is a hotspot for family reunions, weddings and corporate retreats. Planning a group getaway? From bachelor parties to teambuilding retreats, luxury Killington Ski Area vacation rentals are big enough to keep your whole crew together.

      Take on Killington's huge vertical drop

      The Killington Ski Area is dominated by the staggeringly high Killington Peak mountain. More than 200 runs wind down this rugged terrain, with plenty of space for beginners, moderately experienced skiers and powder pros alike. At an in impressive 3,050 feet, Killington also boasts one of America's biggest vertical drops. While resort-owned lodges are a treat, nothing showcases the natural beauty of Vermont quite like Killington Ski Area vacation rentals. Nestled under towering hardwood trees, the best properties set themselves apart with spacious decks, outdoor hot tubs and stunning mountain views.