Unlimited pass holders enjoy the longest season in the East plus 18 FREE days across six additional resorts
KILLINGTON, Vt. (April 2, 2014) – With no end in sight for the current winter season, Vermont’s Killington Resort looks to 2014-15 with new perks for pass holders. Skiers and riders who choose The Beast of the East will receive more than unlimited access to the largest ski and snowboard resort in Eastern North America – their passes will come with bonus days on snow at Boreal Mountain Resort, Copper Mountain, Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard, Mt. Bachelor, Park City Mountain Resort and Okemo Mountain.
During the 2014-15 winter season, all Adult, Senior and 29-below Unlimited Pass holders receive three free bonus days of skiing and snowboarding at each Powdr Corporation resort from New England to Oregon, plus southern Vermont’s Okemo Mountain. Kids get in on the action too; Youth and Child Unlimited Pass holders receive unlimited free days at Powdr resorts plus the three bonus days at Okemo.
Additionally, current Adult Unlimited Pass holders who renew for the coming season by June 12 will receive $100 pre-loaded Beast Bucks on their 2014-15 pass to be used on food and beverages, retail, lessons and more next season. Senior, 29-below and Blackout Pass renewals receive $50 Beast Bucks if renewed by the June 12 deadline.
For the 2014-15 season, Killington currently offers Unlimited Passes for Adults (ages 30-64) for just $1099; Seniors (ages 65-79) for $699; 29-below (ages 19-29) for $599; Youth (ages 7-18) for $499; Vermont Student (grades K-12) for $319; and the Super Senior (ages 80+) and Child (6 and under) passes for just $59. The Unlimited Pass offers access to the slopes all season long, plus a slew of additional benefits.
The all-ages Blackout Pass is $779 and is blacked out on 17 peak* days for the 2014-15 winter season, but pass holders receive three floating days to be used on any blackout days of their choosing. The all-ages Midweek Pass is $449 and is valid Monday through Friday with the exception of peak* days. Both passes include additional resort discounts.
“Killington began turning lifts for the 2013-14 season on October 23 with a Pass Holder Appreciation Day and we’ve been skiing and riding daily since then,” says Mike Solimano, president and general manager of Killington Resort. “A Killington season pass is a stellar value providing the most days on snow in the East on a variety of terrain spread across seven peaks, including Pico Mountain, plus every Unlimited Pass holder now receives free bonus days at all Powdr resorts.”
All Killington season pass holders receive numerous benefits, including discounts on Snow Sports School lessons, food and beverage, lodging, retail and more.
Killington Resort also offers the Summer Payment Plan for most 2014-15 season passes purchased before the June 12 deadline with a 2% non-refundable fee per pass. To participate, simply purchase a pass with a credit card online or by phone (800-887-3257) by June 12 and pay 1/3 of the total season pass cost plus the 2% fee at the time of your order, 1/3 on August 1, 2014 and the final 1/3 on October 1, 2014.
Killington Resort will open for the winter season early November. Lift hours are 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. midweek and 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekends and peak days.
*Peak days for the 2014-15 season include: November 27-30, 2014; December 24, 2014-January 4, 2015; January 17-19, 2015; February 14-20, 2015
About Killington Resort
Killington Resort is a four season destination that sits on 3,000 acres in the heart of the Green Mountains in Central Vermont. The Resort boasts more than 70 miles of diverse snow sports terrain spread out over six peaks and offers the most expansive lift network and snowmaking system in the East. After the snow melts, Killington features an 18-hole championship golf course as well as 45 miles of mountain biking trails and 15 miles of hiking trails. In addition, the numerous après, dining, shopping and lodging options have made Killington a world-class destination for East Coast skiers and riders for over 50 years. Killington.com