Sunday, January 25, 2015
5:06 pm 01/25/15--The Beast is anxiously tracking the next big thing, skiers and riders, and that big thing is Winter Storm Juno. Preliminary predictions indicate that most metropolitan areas in the Northeast will not be very fun places to be during this storm. Killington, on the other hand, will be an extremely fun place to be. Consider making your way here now while the roads are clear.
Snow is expected to start falling on Monday afternoon but, in the meantime, we still have loads of great snow from the last storm. We'll be skiing and riding on 69 miles of open terrain including 70 freshly groomed trails. Experts will want to check out Superstar which gets its first top-to-bottom groom since the snowmakers buried it last week. Or take a few runs on Devils Fiddle, in its natural state, before the snowmakers get to it later in the week.
Key lifts are scheduled from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
We've got 5 parks with more than 130 jumps, jibs, rails, and boxes plus a Minipipe to keep you lapping all day. Get the lowdown.
Killington tickets and passes are always valid at Pico Mountain, so be sure to check out our friendly sister just a few minutes west. Combined, the two resorts currently offer more than 200 trails totalling nearly 90 miles of open terrain which is, by far, the most terrain available in the East. Get the details at picomountain.com.
Operating Day: 85