Get Dirty :: What's New for Mountain Biking 2014

Get Dirty :: What's New for Mountain Biking 2014

News, news, news! The team's been digging, building and training just for you, and let's just say that we think you'll like what they're rolling out.

Check out the quick and dirty for Killington MTB. 

 

1. Trails for learning. 
Serious singletrack and freeride features? Yep, we’ve got it, but that’s not all. New riders can get rolling on the right track with two progression trails: one specifically to start out, and the other to get acquainted with berms on your bike. Check 'em out on the map right here

 

 

2. Best in class.
IMBA certified instructors. Learn to Ride Packages for just $99, with gear and everything. And now, an upgrade package with discounts all season long to keep you moving up. What are you waiting for?

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3. Onward and upward.
The K-1 Express Gondola takes you as high as any Vermont lift can, but our beginners deserve the VIP treatment, too. Catch a ride on the Snowshed Express Quad every weekend for access to our new progression terrain and lower mountain trails on Snowshed Slope.

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4. Peak performance.
The Peak Lodge opens its doors for the very first summer season on Friday. Expect a fresh new summer menu served up daily with full bar service on weekends. And yes, the beer cooler will be there for you all day, every day.

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5. Sweet fleet.
Not only have we doubled the Killington Mountain Bike Fleet for 2014 with downhill models from both Scott and Kona, we’ve got some brand new tech, too. Check out one of Scott’s 650b (27.5”) bikes!

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See you on the trails! 
 

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