Mile 14.9 — Division 5 — Elev. 3670 ft

It was located at the junction of the LT and the Shrewsbury Peak Trail. A frame lean-to with bunk space for 10 or more, it was constructed in 1969 and is maintained by the Killington Section with assistance from Farm and Wilderness Camps. A truly cooperative effort. it was designed by Robert Jutson of Pittsfield, Vt, and built through the combined efforts of International Paper Company, the Sherburne Corporation, and Farm & Wilderness Camps. A good spring is located 300 ft to the east. It was in use from 1969 to 1984 at which time it was dismantled and will be reassembled on another site. [GB 22nd Edition 1983] [During the summer of 1982 the Sherburne Corp. built a ski trail within 20′ of the front of the shelter which was considered a serious encroachment of the LT/AT and would adversely affect the trail. [LTN Nov. 1982]

The new Killington ski trail passes about twenty feet from Tamarack Shelter, 1982
The new Killington ski trail passes about twenty feet from Tamarack Shelter, 1982