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The Vermont Flannel Company hasn’t changed its American made product since 1991. These flannels are hand cut and sewn right here in Vermont. Unlike most flannels you buy in other stores, Vermont Flannels don’t shrink. (Which is good, because we’re hibernating for the winter.)
If you’ve never skied before, Killington Mountain is an incredible place to start.
The Green Mountains of Vermont are a very special place, rich with beauty and wonder, and the stories of the families who have worked the land to create pure Vermont products.
We went off exploring to save you time and trouble, then jotted down the best of our adventures just for you. With each of the following routes, the idea is to take a scenic drive into town to walk around, then use the main road back when you get tired – or it gets dark.
If you’re the type that needs a bit more excitement than just a plate of food set down in front of you, then you probably need to head to JAX Food & Games in Killington, VT. Open daily at 3 p.m., the seating gets pretty tight at dinnertime, but the real fun starts after dinner anyway.
Beth Roberts got started in fitness while living at the beach in California in her 20s.
A cozy dining room with cheerful servers, incredible food and lively conversation. A favorite among locals and visitors alike. Open since 1997, the large and varied menu, extensive wine list and friendly staff have won over guests time and again.
Brewmaster Mike Gerhart has been infusing his particular brand of cool into handcrafted brews since “acid washed jeans were in.” If you’re too young (or too old) to remember this denim trend, that’s circa 1991.
When you’re on our mountain and you want a mountain of cheese and fresh toppings on a golden, hand-tossed crust … allow us to share the best places for pie in the sky.