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Killington tubing for 4 year old

Miami, Florida
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Killington tubing for 4 year old

Hi We are heading to Killington in early March. I saw on the website that there is a tubing park at the golf course. My daughter is 4 and does not meet the 42" requirement. Does anybody know of any other places around this area that offer tubing or sledding for 4 year olds?

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1. Re: Killington tubing for 4 year old

Tubing isn't particularly popular with the locals, although perhaps the same could be said about alpine skiing too. Options for sledding would be to find a hill with your own sled and hoof it uphill on your own. The staff at your hotel might know where. Rutland CC was the place we used in the old days. Some other options to the Killington tubing for your 4 year old would be ice skating. Proctor has a wonderful outdoor rink, right out of the movies and TRULY Vermont. Has lights, so it's great for an apres ski activity. And it is...free. Heck, even the skate rentals are free. Other options would be the Killington snowmobile tours [owned by the same guy who owns the sushi bar at KBL and also sushi places on the access road], and dog sledding.

If you do choose to sled on your own, keep in mind that sledding is absolutley forbidden on any Killington or Pico ski slope. Unless...you do it at night using kitchen trays when there's no one watching. LoL.

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