Mendon, VT


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Mendon: Sandwiched between Rutland to the west and Killington to the east, Mendon has fewer services than either of its neighbors. But still, it has far more than most towns in this area. The AT crosses US 4 in Mendon, just west of the Killington town line, where it is briefly conjoined with the Catamount Trail. In addition, on Wheelerville Rd. you can find the trailhead for the Bucklin Trail and one of the Catamount Trail connections to the AT. Another Catamount Trail connection is on Old Turnpike Rd.

Mendon has several inns, motels and restaurants which are primarily on US 4. And while many of the establishments in Killington are only open during ski season, many of the businesses in Mendon are open all year. (Please note: because Mendon doesn’t have its own post office, GPS systems sometimes confuse addresses in Mendon for those in other towns. We’ve tried to correct for these errors, but we can’t guarantee that all of the addresses as listed will be accurate for every system.)

Did you know? Mendon was one of thirteen Vermont towns that was isolated from flooding during Tropical Storm Irene in 2011.

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