Exact repeat of yesterday weather wise. Maybe a touch cooler. Bluebird skies, 70*, no wind at 12:15
Another great day here on the snow beach known as Killington. Basically at this point it’s either the Superstar trail pod of anything off of the Bear chair with the two areas being connected via shuttle. I skied off the Superstar chair today and the snow was great, albeit going fast, but great nonetheless. I didn’t ski moguls on Superstar or Lower Skyelark today, but rather corn and mushed out snow on Bittersweet or Skyelark>Lower Bitter on big ol’ powder skis today. They are so key in heavy snow as they just surf right up on it. I figured there will be time to ski moguls later, so get the corn and mushed out snow now.
I heard that the bear side skied very well with with light crowds featuring smooth corn snow and nice rounded moguls with shallow troughs. Sounds good to me!
So here’s the lowdown. There isn’t a ton of snow here, but what is here is skiing well. Come up and get your fix before Mother Nature has her way
There’s other things to do besides ski this weekend up here:
Buy your 2012-2013 Season Tune for the lowest price of the season at $139.
Stop by the store for our ongoing sale of Winter apparel and check out our latest Spring apparel that just hit the sales floor!
Green Mountain Nation opens on Saturday. Bring your clubs and play the front 9
Take a nice Hike up Deers Leap, Bald Hill Mountain in Mendon or Pine Hill Park in Rutland