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Killington Ski Resort, located in Killington, Vermont, is one of the premier ski destinations in the United States. Known for its extensive terrain and vibrant après-ski scene, Killington offers a diverse range of skiing experiences suitable for all levels of skiers. Killington has a rich history as one of the first ski areas to open in the United States. Established in 1958, it quickly gained popularity among skiing enthusiasts. Over the years, Killington has grown into a sprawling resort with a mix of traditional village charm and purpose-built infrastructure. The resort boasts a wide range of accommodation options, including hotels, lodges, and condominiums, providing visitors with a variety of choices for their stay. The ski area is directly connected to the resort, allowing skiers to access the slopes conveniently. Killington offers over 1,500 acres of skiable terrain, making it one of the largest ski areas in the eastern United States. The resort features six interconnected peaks, each offering a unique skiing experience. With 155 trails and an extensive network of lifts, including gondolas and high-speed quads, visitors can easily explore the diverse terrain. One notable feature of Killington is the ability to ski back to town. The resort offers ski-in/ski-out access to some accommodations, allowing skiers to conveniently return to their lodging after a day on the slopes. This feature enhances the overall ski experience and adds to the appeal of Killington as a ski destination. When it comes to après-ski, Killington does not disappoint. The resort boasts a lively and vibrant scene with numerous bars, restaurants, and entertainment options. Visitors can unwind and relax in one of the many slopeside bars, enjoying live music, delicious food, and a vibrant atmosphere. The après-ski scene at Killington is known for its energy and social atmosphere, making it a great choice for those looking to socialize and have a memorable time off the slopes. Killington is suitable for skiers of all levels, but it particularly appeals to intermediate and advanced skiers due to its vast and varied terrain. The resort offers a multitude of challenging trails, including steep mogul runs and gladed areas, providing a thrilling experience for more experienced skiers. However, beginners and families will also find plenty of options, with dedicated learning areas and gentle slopes available. In conclusion, Killington Ski Resort is a renowned destination with a rich history, direct connections to the ski area, ski-back-to-town access, and a lively après-ski scene. With its extensive terrain and diverse offerings, Killington caters to skiers of all abilities, making it an attractive choice for a winter getaway.

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