Snowshoeing

Sometimes Vermont’s winter beauty is best seen on foot

Located adjacent to the Killington Tubing Park and the Clubhouse Grill, Killington’s Snowshoe Loops offer you an opportunity to explore these rustic trails.  When the Clubhouse Grill and Pizza is open, you can even enjoy a selection of delicious food and drink before or after your trek!

Killington Snowshoe loops will be open during the winter season as conditions permit. 

Winter 2013-14
Thursday and Friday 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. 
Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

  • To check open/closed status, please call 802-422-6700 or stop by the Tubing Park Clubhouse located on East Mountain Road across from the Killington Grand Resort Hotel.
  • Parking, equipment, trail info and access, retail outdoor accessories, along with food and beverages, are available at the Clubhouse Grill during operating hours.  
  • There is no charge for trail use. 
  • Please be aware that snowshoe loops are not groomed or maintained and conditions will vary with weather and use.

No snowshoes? No problem.

Our staff will get you set up and trekking the trails in no time.

  • We offer complimentary snowshoes, poles and headlamps for day use at the Clubhouse.
  • A credit card is required as a security deposit.

Tips for Snowshoe Loop Travelers

  • Before leaving, make others aware of your snowshoe loop travel plans, including anticipated arrival and departure times.  Charge your cell phone battery before you go and always travel with your cell phone. 
  • Don’t snowshoe alone and always use the buddy system! It’s a good idea to travel with a party of at least 3 or more. If you do decide to go alone, be sure to advise someone in advance about your activities.
  • Dress warmly and in layers-avoid cotton clothing since it doesn’t “breathe” and can make you cold if it gets wet.  Be sure to wear hats, gloves or mittens, and sturdy boots.  Consider wearing reflective clothing and a bright light if you will be traveling in low light or when it’s dark.  Consider using a headlamp if you’re going to be out at dusk or at night.
  • Travel on designated loops indicated by markers located beside the trails.
  • Be prepared for changes in weather and conditions. Nighttime conditions and weather are usually very different than those during the day. Be alert to continually changing weather, visibility, surface conditions and terrain features.
  • Anticipate hazards and dangers including, but not limited to snow, ice, mounds, drop-offs, bare ground, rocks, roots, stumps, trees, ruts, bumps, and many other natural and man-made objects.   
  • Where pets are permitted on resort property, they must be on a leash.

In Case of Emergency

  • Be aware that on-mountain cell phone service is not always available or reliable.
  • Do not count on ski area personnel to be available to assist you when you are out on the snowshoe loops.
  • Snowshoe loop travelers assume full responsibility for personal safety, and any injury, death or damages when traveling on snowshoe loops. 
  • In the event of an emergency, snowshoe loop travelers should call 911.

For more information, please call 800-621-MTNS.