News and Events
Well skiers and riders, it looks like we will likely go without fresh snow tonight, but so far this season every snow storm has delivered more than forecasted, so you never really know what will happen when the weather hits 4241 feet.
What we do know for sure is that the Killington snowmakers wont let mild base area temps slow them down tonight. They will focus their efforts overnight on Upper Cascade and Upper Bittersweet while our experienced grooming team cleans up 29 trails. Another 15+ natural trails will be left untouched, like the newly opened Vagabond and North Star between Snowdon and Ramshead Mounatains.
Speaking of Ramshead, Caper opened Wednesday, adding a Ramshead/K-1 link to the newly established connectivity from the North Side to Skye Peak via Blue Heaven and Launch Pad!
Park Crew isnt taking any time off either, prepping 9 tricky features in Reason until the snowmakers can get Mouse Run ready for the next chapter of the Kparks season.
We do not have any beginner terrain available, but hope to bring on Green Circle trails on Ramshead Mountain and Snowshed by the weekend. We do have an area for first time lessons near the Snowshed Learn-to Carpet, but this is suitable only for those brand new to skiing or snowboarding. All other open terrain is for intermediate to advanced skiers and snowboarders only.
Buy your tickets online, as little as one day in advance, and save at killington.com/tickets
Hours of operation this week are 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday; 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
New Snow24 hrs: 0.0"
48 hrs: 0.0"
New Snow 7 days: 11.5"
Base DepthAverage Base Depth: 12.0" - 18.0"
Total Season Snowfall: 52.0"
Machnie Groomed/Packed Powder
Parks & Pipes
Rates: Adults (19-64): $90.00; Youth (7-18): $69.00; Senior (65-79): $77.00