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The parking area is 1 mile north of Kent Pond on VT-100 in the Town of Killington.


Currently, this trail system includes two trails: The lower trail is a introductory loop that has some flow and very little elevation gain. The upper loop is a beginner trail that has more climbing and is machine built so has a very nice trail tread.

The trails travel through mature hardwoods and are very stunning with lots of ferns and woodland wildflowers.

Other Information

Two trails were built in late 2016 with more being added in 2017 and 2018. These trails are brand new with more to be completed in future years.

Trail Manager

Visit Green Mountain National Forest online for more information or contact:

Killington Mountain Bike Club
Killington, VT

Green Mountain National Forest: Supervisor's Office - Rutland
231 North Main Street
Rutland, VT 05701
Phone: (802) 747-6700

Town of Killington
2929 River Rd
Killington, VT 05751


eareilly June 05, 2018, 2:10 pm EDT

Hi all, My sister and law and her friend are hiking the Sherburne Pass on the Appalachian Trail. Their boxer, Millie, ran off, and has been gone for several hours. She is a brindle, very friendly, stubborn. If you find her, please contact: lizziereilly88@hotmail.com. Thank you!

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