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Who here knows their way around Killington's tree trails?

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Last year I started venturing into the woods (marked/unmarked) and found some good stuff, but I know there is more to explore. Was wondering who else 'explores' K-mart, maybe exchange a few tips.
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The code of honor for Killington unnamed tree skiing: Don't post it on the net.

For the most part, there are tree shots between just about every cut trail at Killington. The steepest stuff is Axxxxxx to skier's left of Jxxxxx and Bxxx's Axx to skier's right of Dxxxx's Fxxxxx. The most obvious spot is called Txx Lxxxx. It's to skier's right of Exxxxxxx. Pxxxx's Pxxxxxx is another really popular spot that cuts across Vxxxxxxx. To skier's left of Vxxxxxxx, you'll find Jxxxxxxx.

Hope that helped. [img]smile.gif[/img]
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Don't want to break codes. But if I get a few pointers, or at least 'meet' others that maybe I can meet up with, it will make my season even more fun! Thanks!
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Ahh yes, Axxxxxx has always been my favorite spot there......

Even had it's own little trail sign down in there. Nice touch.

I think every day at Killington should start with a hike up to Catwalk.

Mack- Just keep you eyes peeled on every traverse around K peak.

Good luck!
Allen
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