The Inn at Long Trail
Killington Vermont’s First Ski Lodge
Located in the heart of the Killington area of South Central Vermont, the Inn at Long Trail is truly an outdoor enthusiast’s lodging destination. In continual operation since 1938, the Inn at Long Trail was Vermont’s first ski lodge and has served generations of return travelers. Ask us about Vermont’s Inn at Long Trail or share your comments. To feature your Vermont business, contact us.
Inn at Long Trail
The historic Inn at Long Trail. This delightful Inn has been serving skiers, hikers, and everyone that loves the mountains since 1938. The Inn was the first lodge built in Vermont to specifically serve skiers and was originally named Deer Leap Chalet. The McGrath family took ownership in July 1977 and have been there ever since. They have restored the Inn to its rustic splendor with hardwood floors and Adirondack furniture.
The Inn at Long Trail has six suites each with two rooms, real wood-burning fireplaces, and private baths. Split logs stairs lead you to the cozy country bedrooms. You can even relax in an old-style redwood hot tub.
Here at the Inn, you will find McGrath’s Irish Pub, Killington’s first and foremost Irish pub. Live Irish folk music is performed on stage every weekend. Guinness is sold on draft along with the state’s largest selection of Irish Whiskies.
In the winter you can be skiing in no time at all, The Inn at Long Trail is located just 5 miles from the Killington Base Lodge and only a 1/3 of a mile from the Pico Base Lodge.
During summer and fall, you can hike right out the back door of the inn and jump right onto the Long Trail. Experience a bit of Vermont Ski History by visiting the oldest original Ski Lodge in the state – The Inn at Long Trail.