Killington Peak


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Kil·ling·ton Peak

 (kĭl′ĭng-tən)
A mountain, 1,288 m (4,226 ft) high, of the Green Mountains in central Vermont. It is a popular ski area.
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27; the new Peak Lodge is starting its first full season at about 4,000 feet atop Killington Peak.
Above it is the broad sprawl of Killington Peak, seven connected mountains with an outstanding array of first-class skiing, suitable for any level - from gloriously meandering novice trails stretching almost seven miles, to the steepest mogul run in eastern North America, Outer Limits.
On an early May trip, on the backside of Killington Peak, we encountered knee-deep snow, and since we did not have snowshoes, our feet sank and our boots got soaked.