Vermont is a picturesque state with sweeping mountain vistas overlooking vast woodlands, and quaint New England towns nestled into the countryside. The Inn of the Six Mountains in Killington is located in the center of the Vermont grandeur, central to charming towns, and national and state parks scattered throughout the area.
Scenic drives and sightseeing through quaint New England towns are popular things to do in Vermont. Our Inn in Killington is at the “crossroads” of Vermont, with Routes 73 and 125 offering scenic stretches of roads winding through historic covered bridges over gently flowing streams and the Green Mountain National Forest. Quaint New England towns and villages dot the landscape of Vermont’s countryside, with each offering colorful, early American architecture, and a host of shops and restaurants that continue to deliver hearty meals, local art, and both native and designer merchandise.
Year round, the Vermont landscape changes color with each new season. Spend your day driving through the lush greens of summer, the vibrant fall foliage blazing in red, orange, and yellow, the sparkling white of winter, or the rebirth and blossoming of spring. The colors of Vermont are only outshined by the warmth of the local people offering gracious New England hospitality that is sure to be remembered long after your stay.Back to top^