Tuesday, March 03, 2015
3:28 pm 03/03/15--A snowy Monday softened up bump trails like Vagabond and Devil's Fiddle, while afternoon winds at the upper elevations and new snow during the night refreshed your favorite lines in the trees. We've got another balmy day expected on Tuesday with temps soaring into the twenties, but maybe don't break out the zinc just yet, there's more snow in the forecast!
Our grooming team folded the new snow into 69 trails including Superstar, Cascade, Header and most easier terrain at Snowshed. Dedicated bump bashers will find seeded mogul zones on Vertigo, Mouse Trap, and Outer Limits. Remember, there are only 5 weeks left until the Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge.
Snowmaking has wrapped for the season, but the longest season in the East charges onward. Place your bets now on how long the Superstar glacier will last and don't forget to thank a snowmaker. They are the true heroes of spring skiing and were masterful in their work this season.
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 and Superpipe 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 90 miles of open terrain which is, by far, the most in the East. Get the details at picomountain.com.
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