Killington 101 :: Shifting to Spring

Just like that, March is in the rear-view and April is here with much of the mountain still looking like mid-winter, especially Mount Superstar. Current base depths on signature spring trails like Skye Lark and Superstar range from about 10 to 30 feet, but it’s impossible to predict what Mother Nature will bring during the spring.

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Love More :: Why Vermont is the Ideal Place for your Wedding

Love More :: Why Vermont is the Ideal Place for your Wedding

From the lush valleys to the blazing foliage, Vermont has all four seasons covered. If you are looking for a fun destination wedding, but don’t want to go too far from home, then you’ve come to the right place!

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#beastwinter :: 150 Days and Counting

#beastwinter :: 150 Days and Counting

The never ending #beastwinter is charging full-bore into what most people call spring, but before we look ahead, let’s look back at the days 125-150.

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Killington Parks :: Slash and Berm 2015

Killington Parks :: Slash and Berm 2015

Nor’beaster kicked off over the weekend with the Second Annual Slash and Berm Banked Slalom. The banked slalom is a benefit event for the Molly Fund, held at The Stash terrain park to bring the snowboarding community together. A top-to-bottom course through the terrain park incorporates natural wooden features and wooded areas.

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Events, Winter

From the Hill :: Spring Update

From the Hill :: Spring Update

It is hard to believe that the East coast has the best snow in the entire country. Luckily we skipped our usual "January thaw," and instead had consistent cold, including the coldest February on record (average of 5 degrees). The very cold weather was great for snow preservation and we have the best snow coverage I have seen in a long time, so I’m expecting a great rest of the season.

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Learn to Turn :: Terrain Based Learning

Learn to Turn :: Terrain Based Learning

Back in the day, learning to ski was for the fearless. You pointed your tips downhill and hoped you’d listened when the instructor explained how to stop. Now, a new teaching style called “terrain-based learning” makes the process much more fun and a lot less scary.

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