Killington Vermont snow report

Friday, November 24, 2017

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Trails Open 25 Lifts Open 7 Miles of Terrain 8 Acres of Terrain 87

News and Events

If your Black Friday shopping list includes miles of fresh corduroy, you've come to the right place - we certainly have miles of it today at The Beast. We're also kicking off theXfinity Killington Cup today with the opening of the Festival Village, a FREE concert with Troy Ramey, athlete presentation and fireworks, so be sure to check the schedule.

The trail count is climbing, skiers and riders, all the way up to 24 trails this morning, and we hope to unveil a few more by day's end. Lower East Fall opened yesterday, giving expert skiers and snowboarders their first Killington Signature Steep trail of the season. We'll make it even easier to lap East Fall later this morning when the Canyon Quad makes it's season debut.

Killington snowmakers are still blasting out the snow, and they'll keep at it until rising temperatures send them to the locker room sometime this afternoon. Currently, they have guns running on Caper, Lowest Great Northern, Upper Mouse Run, Highline, Mountain Teaching Stationss and Lower East Fall.

Our grooming team worked through the night to deliver 22 groomed trails as well as the 10-feature Reason Terrain Park. If you prefer ungroomed terrain, check out FIS or Downdraft Headwall.

Peak Lodge Closure
The Peak Lodge will be closed on Friday, November 24 for a private function.

All open terrain served by the K-1 Express Gondola, Snowdon Quad, Canyon Quad and North Ridge Triple is intermediate or above. First-timer terrain is available off the Magic Carpet at Snowshed, but no other lift-served beginner terrain is available at this time. The lowest section of Great Northern, from the Snowdon Quad load terminal down to Ramshead, is open for folks parked at Ramshead to return to their cars at the end of the day, but there is no lift connectivity between the Ramshead and K-1 Base Areas.

Get insider information on World Cup trail preparation from Jeff Temple, Director of Mountain Ops on the blog at killington.com/blog.

Hours of operation for the remainder of this week are 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Regular hours of operation are 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Sat and Sun; 9:00 a.m.-4:00 Mon-Fri.

If you're joining us this weekend:
PLEASE DONT BRING BAGS TO THE WORLD CUP VENUE
All persons and bags will be searched prior to entering the World Cup venue. We strongly suggest that you do not bring bags to the venue; priority for security screening will be given to those without bags. Persons with bags should expect long lines and wait times when entering the venue. Visit the World Cup 101 for more info.

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING
Please alert a Killington Resort staff member or event volunteer if witness anything suspicious.

New Snow

24 hrs: 0.0"
48 hrs: 0.0"
New Snow 7 days: 0.0"

Base Depth

Average Base Depth: 12.0" - 14.0"
Total Season Snowfall: 7.5"

Snow Surfaces

Machine Groomed

On-Mountain Lodges

K-1: Open

Snowshed: Open

Ramshead: Closed

Bear Mountain: Closed

Skyeship: Closed

Parks & Pipes

Reason: Groomed AM

Dream Maker: Closed

Easy Street: Closed

Lil Stash: Closed

Minipipe: Closed

Mouse Run: Closed

NeffLand: Closed

Superpipe: Closed

The Stash: Closed

Timberline: Closed

Rates: Adults (19-64): $90.00; Youth (7-18): $69.00; Senior (65-79): $77.00