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Level: Advanced
Length: 30 mi (48.3 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +2,659/ -2,728 ft
Total: 79 riders

Mountain Biking Killington Mountain Resort

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#4 of 138 mountain bike trails in Vermont
#432 in the world

This trail network has riding for everyone. From epic singletrack to flowy DH sections to grueling ascents it truely has something for everyone. Situated patially in the Green Mountain National Forest this Lift accessable resort allows for some of the best natural terrain in the Northeast. Killington is probably one of Vermont's best kept secrets.

First added by Luli79 on Dec 3, 2008. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: yes
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Come into Rutland, VT turn right at the junctions of Rtes. 4&7 on to Woodstock Ave and head east approx 10 miles. Then turn right again onto the Killington access road and head up to Ramshead Base Lodge. Or instead of turning up the access road continue straight about 5 miles and take the SkyShip Gondola up to the top.
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  • Called2RideMTB   ✓ supporter

    This was my first time riding DH and it was a blast. I was riding with an injury (ribs) so I stayed mostly on the green and blue trails. That said it was a great ride and a lot of variety in twists, turns, and features. I really enjoyed the ride.

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  • Chilly Varblow

    Amazing trails! It was my first time riding DH and I was able to progress from green to black in one day. They have a huge amount of variety.

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  • MTBzine

    Killington BIke Park is definitely building stuff in the right direction, you have a bit of everything here. The way they're going, they are definitely on the way to becoming the leading lift service bike park in the northeast!

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  • MTBzine
    Reviewing Krusty:

    Fun flowy blue trail at Killington Bike Park. Great trail to warm up on or practice riding tight berms. Very well built and super fun!

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  • brcjacks   ✓ supporter

    Outstanding day at Killington. Trails were fast and a little loose but overall in excellent shape. Tons of options. Natural cut gnar trails flow trails and jump trials for riders of all levels. Fast lifts and no lines.

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  • Johneblz

    Excellent lift accessible riding. Fast and flowy and double diamond as well. Groomed trails and gravel roads to true mountain riding. Fun for all. Bike rentals and equipment too. Bars and restaurants make this a one stop shop.

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  • *****

    By far the best biking in the Northeast. The bike Park is sooo much fun. The downhill sections are sweet and you can then rip through the woods. Must try. Won't regret

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  • Luli79

    It is the lift accessed mountain that is often forgotten or no even thought of. It has a great trail network that easily has something for everyone. Killington ranges from beginner to very difficult. One of the best resorts in the east.

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