Killington Peak

Killington Peak is a 4,235 ft / 1,291 m mountain peak in the Green Mountains in Vermont, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 2nd highest mountain in Vermont and the 29198th highest mountain in the United States. The nearest peaks are Snowden Peak, Bear Mountain, Little Killington, Rams Head, Mendon Peak, and Shrewsbury Peak. Killington Peak belongs to the New England Hundred Highest, and the Northeast 4000 Footers peak lists. See the Killington Peak map, 3D fly around, and the Killington Peak photos to get a better sense of the mountain.

Killington Peak SUMMIT LOG peakery first ascent by scott

58 members report climbing or hiking to the summit, most recently on Aug 16, 2014. Below are trip reports and shared pictures from their climbs.

Others who’ve summited Killington Peak

  • snodough
  • HikeNY
  • StoneMan
  • sli74
  • cellsman
  • newenglandwarrior
  • Holmes
  • HikingEconomist
  • ihill_mtb31
  • MichaelNH
  • MattyZ
  • Jobiwan
  • scatterbone
  • NewEnglandOutside
  • aj.nunes1
  • lenfaucher
  • william.adamczak
  • posthardkyle
  • gretabearce
  • doug0379
  • michaelweisberg

Routes Used trails & approaches

25% Bucklin Trail

17% Long Trail

9% Sherburne Pass Trail, Long Trail, Killington Peak Spur

9% Gondola, Path to true summit

5% Right up the Flume Trail to Cascade and the peak

5% Killinton Peak Spur, Long Trail, Sherburne Pass Trail

5% Spur, LT/AT north

5% Long Trail north, Killington spur

3% LT

1% Spur Trail, Long Trail South to Upper Cold River Rd.

1% Catwalk/Ski Slopes/Hiking Trails

1% LT south to Killington spur

1% K spur, LT south

1% Appalachian Trail

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Elevation

4,235 ft / 1,291 m

Prominence

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Height Rank Range

Green Mountains

Location

Vermont, United States

Summited by

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  • scott
  • trose
  • snodough
  • asamartin
  • HikeNY
  • StoneMan
  • sli74
  • cellsman
  • newenglandwarrior
  • HopsAndScotch
  • dennytron
  • Holmes

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