Growing Summer :: Peak Lodge

Growing Summer :: Peak Lodge

After the much-anticipated opening of the Peak Lodge in December, we didn’t think it could get any better. Then summer came around. Check out what's been going on at 4241 feet - and what we're stoked on for this fall.

 

1. Summer savories.

Specially crafted for the season by Chef Eric Rusch, the Peak Lodge features a summer menu with unique influences from around the world and regional New England ingredients. Top it off with a cocktail from our full bar, Friday - Sunday, starting with Bloody Maries at 11:00 a.m.

Chef's tip: check out the Peak Cuban and the Crabcake Sandwich. 

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2. Award-winning? You bet.

The Killington Resort team took home a stack of trophies from the recent Winter in August Festival in Rutland, Vermont, including - you guessed it - favorite food. 

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3. Hungry yet?

Alongside our already award-winning dishes, look for seasonal fall specials and new fare on tap for this winter. You could find Boursin-stuffed turkey burgers, smoked salmon and gluten-free pumpkin noodles, just to start. 

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4.  We do...

...offer up Killington Peak for weddings and celebrations of all kinds, backed by blue skies and perfect summer breezes.

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Photo courtesy Wendy Wilton. 

 

5. Peak foliage, Peak views.

With gondola passes, wrap-around windows and a full fall operating schedule, the Beast does nature's fireworks like never before. 

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