On the west side of the summit cone the Club has a shelter situated just above the site of the old hotel. [O’Kane, 1926]

Taylor soon began to deplore the limited number of mountains on which good trails and overnight shelters could be found. On Killington, he frowned, “They could find for shelter only the ell of the wreck of an ancient mountain house”. [Forest & Crag by Laura & Guy Waterman, 1989]

Round metal huts giving protection from hedgehogs, an open camp. Bunks, stove, some cooking utensils, and. wonderful views. [GB 2nd Edition 1920]

The Killington section, of Rutland, has placed caretaker in the two huts on Killington Peak in the person of Edward Cooper, son of former President Cooper, who is prepared to furnish blankets and food for all comers. No charge to members for lodging, but a nominal charge is made for blankets. and food is sold at a small advance on cost. [LT News, July 1927]

Killington Camp, 1920
Killington Camp, 1920
Cabin and Mr Killington, 1921
Cabin and Mr Killington, 1921