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LOCAL MOUNTAIN BIKING AT AND AROUND KILLINGTON
There are 100+ miles of mountain bike trails within about 30 miles of The Killington Chalet that are free to access, however, donations are often welcome. Check out the wide variety of trails for the hard-core experts and the novice. Make the best of your trip and check out some of these local rides. Enjoy!
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Killington Bike Park - On the Mountain!
The Killington Bike Park features three high-speed lifts serving over 30 miles of trails. From beginner to expert and classic New England singletrack to Gravity Logic's signature flow trails, Killington Bike Park has terrain suitable for everyone.
Three unique mountain areas make up our gravity-fueled bike park.
Snowshed: Home of our beginner terrain with plenty of intermediate trails to keep you progressing once you get the hang of it;
Ramshead: Home of our signature freeride trails with intermediate and advanced terrain;
Killington Peak: Offering classic New England trails featuring plenty of rock and roots.
THE SHELBURNE TRAILS - 2.2 miles from The Killington Chalet
The Sherburne Trails are 2.2 miles from The Killington Chalet. You can bike there from the house or take a quick drive. The trails are maintained by the Killington Mountain Bike Club on Green Mountain National Forest and through a partnership with the Town of Killington and U.S. Forest Service. You will find multi-use beginner, intermediate, and advanced terrain with expansion planned. The Killington Mountain Bike Club is a chapter of the Vermont Mountain Bike Association.
Chittenden Reservoir & Lefferts Pond - 11 Miles from The Killington Chalet
There is a loop around Lefferts Pond by connecting the Round Robin Trail, Lefferts Pond Trail, and a section of Wildcat Rd. The trail has gradual ascents and descents to the intersection with Wildcat Rd. The trail is wide and gently rolling through the woods. The maximum elevation change is 200 feet. The average ride time is 1 – 1 ½ hours, this is an intermediate-level ride.
Also a great place for swimming, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, leaf peeping
Green Mountain Trails (Pittsfield/Stockbridge) - 9 Miles from The Killington Chalet
The Green Mountain Trails are a multiuse network of flowy singletrack over varied terrain in Pittsfield and Stockbridge, Vermont eight miles North of Killington. Mountain bike, trail run, hike, snow shoe on some 25 mi. of stellar trails.
Check out the very informative website, link below. Put some cash in the donation box if you ride here.
Mount Peg, Aqueduct & Sakadena (Woodstock) - ~30 Miles from The Killington Chalet
Mt Peg - In partnership with the Woodstock Inn & Resort, the Mt. Peg Trails network offers everything from enduro-style single track to grassy double track through meadows and woods. Be sure to check out the skills park at the base of Knox Meadow. The network’s latest addition, the Village Trail, connects the summit of Mt Peg directly to the Village and was made possible in 2021 thanks to a partnership with the Town of Woodstock and the Billings Park Commission.
Peg trails can be accessed through Knox Meadow, or via a short pedal through downtown Woodstock to Lincoln Street Trailhead. Plead do not Park at the Lincoln Street entrance, as street parking in the residential area is prohibited.
Aqueduct Trails - With 13 miles of trails, more than 600 feet of elevation, a pump track, and ample parking at the trailhead, the Woodstock Aqueduct Trails are Woodstock riding at its finest.
Sakadena Ski Area (Previously called Suicide Six) - Get your downhill fix, while earning your berms! By way of pedal power, you’ll find flowy tracks, progressive terrain, and features for everyone on the Saskadena Six Trails. The uphill routes range from easy ascents to challenging climbs.
Pine Hill Park (Rutland) - 12 Miles from The Killington Chalet
Pine Hill Park, Carriage Trail and the Redfield trails offer an extensive network of trails to ride in Rutland, VT. There are a wide variety of trails for all types of riders.
Rochester Valley Trails - (Rochester VT) 20 Miles from The Killington Chalet
In this region, there are 72 trails to explore
The Rochester Valley Trails, managed by Ridgeline Outdoor Collective, boasts a great variety of access to multiple views of the narrow RT 100 valley through public and private lands. You can expect sections of the network to be challenging and adventurous considering the local mountainous terrain. The network is designed for multi-use, year-round access for hikers, bikers, snowshoers, and skiers. There are almost 20 miles of trails combining classic RAWchester rake and ride – Atlas, Link, Earls, and Spreader – with the new machine-built traIls which are turning Rochester into the Kingdom of Flow! Loop trails, Sap Boiler, and Old Gents above the USFS Ranger Station are joined via Creamery Run to Boulder Dash on the west side of the White River connecting to the village center and the Velomont Trail (currently under construction) that will take you up out of the valley towards RT 73 and ultimately Pittsfield and beyond. The Randolph Gap Trail climbs the east wall of the valley with anticipated linking to Randolph and its network of trails.
Parking for the network is available in town at Green Mountain Bikes, the town tennis courts, the park and ride at the north end of town, on RT 100, as well as the parking lot at the Ranger Station.