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Killington mountain in the fall

Fall Is In The Air In Killington, Vermont

The leaves changing in Killington during the fall

The fall colors in Vermont are simply unbelievable! Forest cover three-quarters of the state and we have the highest percentage of maple trees in the country that burst into a fiery red.

Whether you are touring the scenic byways or enjoying an autumn hike or bike ride, everywhere you look Vermont is alive with vibrant hues.

This fall head to Killington Vermont to experience autumn the right way. Explore the great outdoors or celebrate the season with festivals and events. Visit a pumpkin patch, corn maze, go game hunting, or just relax outside at your Killington condo rental. Whatever you decide to do we have the accommodations to make sure you have the chance to see beautiful Vermont.


The leaves begin to change, animals are out collecting food before winter, and the landscape takes a whole new look. In Vermont there are plenty of hiking trails for all skill and motivation levels, however, hiking with your family can be one of the most memorable moments on your trip.

Gifford Woods State Park is located at the base of Pico Peak in Killington, Vermont. The wooded park provides hiking trails, including a portion of the Appalachian Trail. The beautiful State Park is known for its old-growth forests, perfect for fall leaf-peeping. Get up close to nature and the beauty of the trees overhead. Hike as much or as little as you want; it is a gorgeous option for the whole family. If you have an adventurous family dog, we can help you enjoy vacation with our pet-friendly Killington rentals!

Killington Peak is the second highest summit in the Green Mountains. Killington is a stop on the Long Trail, which shares its route with the Appalachian Trail. A gondola transports non-hikers to the summit during the fall color season. Get a different perspective of the extensive forest from above. The peak offers fantastic views, and the gondola is a great family option if you have little ones hiking with you.

road in Vermont


If hiking is not your forte the best way to experience fall is to tour the roadways. Wind through the mountains and valleys of Vermont. These are the roads that take travelers through Vermont’s forests and farmland to historic villages and towns. The byways provide access to museums, art galleries, antique auctions, and curio shops. Vermont’s ten byways range in length from 14 to 400 miles. Trails, waterfalls, hikes and valley views await at every bend. Take a look at the byways and plan your excursion to see the fall foliage. Every stop along the way creates memories that will last long after the season ends.

Book Your Stay

There are few nicer views than watching the leaves change in Killington. You can bike, hike, kayak, or just go for a drive around the mountain, and get incredible views. You just need an incredible Killington vacation rental to enjoy at the same time. Call us, and start our vacation today!

Where To Stay

People travel to Killington Vermont from all over the world to see the spectacular display of nature’s colors in the Green Mountains of Vermont. From the vibrant colors to the famous sugar maple trees, Killington Vermont will make you leaf peeping experience one to remember. Our vacation homes on Killington are perfect for you to get out and hit the roads or the trails. Warm up after a day of exploring by the fireplace in your Killington rentals and refresh for the adventures ahead. So, before the snow begins to fall grab your sweater and head to Vermont for your perfect fall vacation!