Killington Snow Report Wednesday March 28Freeriding, Killington, Snow Report, Snowboarding, Uncategorized
Overcast, steady, yet mild south wind, 39* at 12:30
On overcast days in what seems like late spring it’s sometimes hard to rally to get up there and get some runs in. I’m glad I had the opportunity to as it was a pretty decent day out there on the Superstar trail pod. Skye>Bitter skied better than SS at first as there were some death cookies left of lower SS, but as the day wore on and skier traffic smoothed them out it skied much better. Superstar headwall skied better today as the groomers worked their magic and smoothed out yesterdays death cookies. Lower Skyelark still sits ungroomed and lies in wait for a warm day where it will be soft and rippable. I cant wait for that to break loose as it’s all lined up, just waiting for the right spring day for it to open
Skiing in general improved as the day wore of as the groomers turned to soft corn. There isn’t much opened as far as terrain, but what is open is honestly skiing well. The groomers have done a nice job keeping things connected and keeping the snow surface nice.