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Fall Foliage Season at Killington Brings Events

Get the best lodging deals here and plan your escape.

KILLINGTON, Vt. (August 25, 2008) target=_blank>Killington Resort, the epicenter of fall foliage viewing in New England, is once again offering aerial foliage viewing via the K-1 Gondola, plus mountain biking, hiking and special events to showcase the spectacular autumn colors throughout the Green Mountains of Vermont.

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At the end of the trail lies a room filled with friends, pretty girls and good times. When you find it, let us know. First round's on us.

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Ski, dine and stay in Stowe, Vt.

Summer Resorts 2003: Killington, Vermont


After ample snow this winter, odds are you'll be able to ski here into June. That's appropriate, since Killington prides itself on being the first Eastern resort to open and the last to close.

Summer Resorts 2001- Northeast, Stratton, Vt.


When white gives way to green, stow your skis, break out your other sticks and head to the Stratton Mountain Country Club. A six-year stop on the LPGA Tour, the club offers three nine-hole courses with pitched and narrow fairways.

Great Drives: Lake Champlain Loop


How to improve a mountain view? Paint a wind-tossed lake into the foreground. Vermont and New York are lucky to have just that in Lake Champlain, a needle of blue stretching 100 miles south from the Canadian border.

Mountain Golf: Okemo Valley Golf Club


Positioned as Vermont's first "heathland"-style course, Okemo Valley's 6,400-yard, par-70 layout, fully opened last summer, required the purchase of new land by the family-owned resort as well as the cannibalizing of the former nine-hole Fox Run course.

One Cool Website


Interest in skiing's heritage is picking up. A half-dozen ski resort histories were published this past autumn. Utah and Vermont have both recently opened new ski museums at a cost of several million dollars.

Book Early, Go Cheap


It may still feel like summer, but ski season is just around the corner. Book one of these 16 packages now to save up to 50 percent later.

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