Killington Vermont snow report

Sunday, February 01, 2015

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Trails Open 155 Lifts Open 14 Miles of Terrain 73 Acres of Terrain 762

News and Events

Load up the fat boards and cut the post-game celebrations short, skiers and riders, Winter Storm Linus is bearing down on the Beast and Monday is sure to be a Groundhog Day to remember.

The weatherman is calling for 6-10 inches through the day Monday, so get here early and find those fresh tracks all day long. Temperatures will be on the chilly side, so bundle up, cover your nose, and take frequent breaks to maximize powder day fun. In preparation for the storm, Killington groomers will flatten 71 trails, including Vertigo, Superstar, and Cascade. Key lifts are scheduled from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Killington Parks
We've got 5 parks with more than 130 jumps, jibs, rails, and boxes plus a Minipipe and a 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 over 200 trails totaling more than 90 miles of open terrain which is, by far, the most terrain available in the East. Get the details at picomountain.com.

Operating Day: 92

New Snow

24 hrs: 0.0"
48 hrs: 3.0"
New Snow 7 days: 14.0"

Base Depth

Average Base Depth: 22.0" - 30.0"
Total Season Snowfall: 116.5"

Snow Surfaces

Machine Groomed/Packed Powder

On-Mountain Lodges

K-1: Open

Snowshed: Open

Ramshead: Open

Bear Mountain: Open

Skyeship: Open

Parks & Pipes

Dream Maker: Groomed AM

Easy Street: Groomed AM

Minipipe: Open

NeffLand: Groomed AM

Superpipe: Open

The Stash: Groomed AM

Timberline: Open

Mouse Run: Closed

Reason: Closed

Rates: Adults (19-64): $92.00; Youth (7-18): $71.00; Senior (65-79): $78.00