Beautiful HIking trails

Killington Vermont

 Looking for a hiking hub in Vermont with an abundance of trails, swimming, camping, waterfalls, and amazing views?  Make your next outdoor adventure in Killington, Vermont!

Kent Pond via Appalachian Trail

Difficulty level: Easy Length of trail: varies, but if you hike to Thundering Brook Road and then turn around, it’s about 1.5 miles, round trip. Dogs: Yes, on-leash Fee: The day-use fee at Gifford Woods State Park is $4 for adults, $2 for kids

Kent Brook Trail

Difficulty level: Easy Length of Trail: 1-mile loop Dogs: Yes, on-leash Fee: $4 adults, $2 kids

Thundering brook falls

Difficulty level: Depends on where you park, but from the Thunder Brook Falls parking area, it’s wheelchair accessible and very easy. Length of trail: .4-miles round-trip Dogs: Yes, on-leash Fee: None

Canty Trail

Difficulty level: hard Length of trail: 4.8 miles, round trip Elevation gain: 1,496 feet Dogs: Yes Fee: None

Bucklin trail to Killington peak

Difficulty level: hard Length: 7.2 miles, round-trip Elevation gain: 2,470 feet Dogs: Yes Fee: None

Deer Leap

Difficulty level: moderate/hard Length of trail: 4.6-mile loop Elevation gain: 1,400 feet Dogs: Yes Fee: $4 adults, $2 kid

If You Only have a weekend: 

Friday: Kent Pond or Thudering Brook Falls Saturday: Bucklin Trail to the top of Killington Peak. Sunday: Deer Leap Overlook and Mountain Loop.