Killington Royal Flush
Killington Royal Flush is a small privately owned business. We offer our guest a great experience in the Killington region by offering accommodations right near the mountain.
Whiffletree Condominiums are centrally located in the heart of Killington’s main basin area. Not only are you a stone’s throw from the mountain, you’re right in the middle of the action for Killington’s infamous nightlife. In season, the shuttle runs for first tracks until sundown between Whiffletree condos to Snowshed lodge. Enjoy being so close to some fabulous restaurants.
Entire House 8 Guests
3 Bedrooms 2 Baths
Whiffletree Condominiums are centrally located in the heart of Killington’s main basin area. Summers are the best in Killington. You have access to the outdoor heated pool, tennis court and a playground for the kids!
Entire House 10 Guests
4 Bedroom 2 Baths
Ski Killington Vermont Condo. Enjoy Newly renovated and updated kitchen and bathroom. Brand new carpeting. Whiffletree Condominiums are centrally located in the heart of Killington’s main basin area.
Killington Vacation Rentals
With the most economical ski-home access on the Mountain, neat and tidy Whiffletree Condominiums are located just a half mile from Snowshed Lodge. Each condo has views of Killington mountain. Fully equipped kitchens, cozy gas-fired fireplaces, all hotel-style amenities and central location add up to a great, home base for your vacation. All linen and towels are provided. Kitchens are equipped with everything you should need to prepare meals. Always here to answer any questions you may have. We offer the best affordable vacation experience in Killington Vermont.
Nestled in the scenic Green Mountains of the Appalachian Trail, Whiffletree condos are just one mile from Killington Ski Resort and only a few minutes from its sister resort Pico Mountain, so you won’t have to go far to go downhill. Biking and hiking trails are nearby, lakes for stand up paddle, along with more than a few championship golf courses.
The quaint mountain towns of Rutland, Woodstock and magnificent Queechee Gorge are only a short drive away by car. Spend an afternoon wandering through museums, browsing for antiques or participating in a wine or cheese tasting. Then, enjoy an evening savoring your favorite craft beer at our local breweries and eateries.
Skiing & Snowboarding
Killington Resort elevation of ‘4241 sits on 3,000 acres in the heart of the Green Mountains in Central Vermont. The Resort boasts more than 70 miles of diverse snow sports terrain spread out over six peaks and offers the most expansive lift network in the East, including two high-speed gondolas. Killington Resort has one of the longest ski seasons in North American, typically open early November through May.
Summer in Vermont is all about natural surroundings. What better way to enjoy nature than to cool off on a hot summer day with a dip in a lake, river or stream? Nothing feels as good as a dip in clear, clean water! Vermont’s natural bodies of water & flowing rivers & streams have some of the cleanest, clearest water you’ll find. It’s cool, refreshing & thoroughly enjoyable. Take some time to enjoy this experience with a relaxing ride on an inner tube down a river or by sitting next to a naturally formed waterfall. It’s all here! Grab a stand up paddle board to a local lake and take in the views around you.
Choose from all different difficulty level trails – Choose Deer’s Leap at Sherburne Pass, Gifford Woods State Park, or Kent Pond for an easy day of hiking. For those who want something a little more challenging there is Bald Mountain, Blue Ridge Mountain, and New Boston Trail. Want to really try out your hiking boots pick the most difficult of trails with Bucklin Trail and Sherburne Pass Trail.
Killington Resort Golf Course
Geoffrey Cornish designed this course to take full advantage of the awe-inspiring mountain terrain. Killington’s rushing snowmelt streams and elevation changes make for an exciting and strategic long game. And also try the unique and challenging course design features of Green Mountain National.