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Killington Snow Report March 19, 2018 By KMAN

Killington Snow Report- A Magical Morning

Killington Snow Report

A magical morning for my Day 96 at Killington. Golden sunshine, bluebird sky and corduroy galore. Started at Bear Mountain trails followed by Cruise, Panic, Needles, Bitter, Skyelark, Superstar, Cascade and Escapade.

Words By Killington Resort:

We have a series of bluebird days ahead of us here at The Beast, and with all the recent snowfall, it’s a stunningly beautiful time to ski or ride Killington. With the snow-covered trees contrasting against the deep blue sky, we’ve never looked better. And the skiing and snowboarding are awfully good too.

Packed powder corduroy and soft, natural snow moguls are the dominant terrain types right now, and you’ll find the former on 71 trails freshly groomed this morning. Ovation, Double Dipper, and Outer Limits are great places to hone your bump skills, or duck into glades, like Low Rider and Nowhere, for soft snow on the path less traveled.

Our spring stockpiles of snow are plainly visible as a massive snow spine running the length of Superstar. That’s The Beast’s secret for the longest season in the East.

Don’t miss a powder day or any spring skiing through the end of the 2017-18 season – purchase the Nor’Beaster Spring Pass. At $219, it’s easier on the wallet than two full price day tickets.

Killington Parks

After all this wonderful snowfall, the Killington Parks place to be is the Stash woods. Its 40 hits and jibs boost the total count to more than 140 features. We’ve spread those features across six unique parks that cater to everyone from first-time park rider (Lil Stash and Easy Street) to more advanced (Timberline) and even world class (The Stash and Dream Maker). You’ll also find two halfpipes at Killington: the Superpipe at Bear Mountain, which was freshly cut Friday night; and the Minipipe in Timberline Park, freshly cut last night.

Reminder: your Killington lift ticket is also good at Pico Mountain. Located just a short drive west of Killington, Pico offers big mountain skiing and riding with small mountain charm. Combined, the two resorts offer more terrain than you’ll find anywhere else in Eastern North America.

Hours of lift operation are 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Mon-Fri, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Sat-Sun.

Operating day: 131

 

Killington Snow Report


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Basin sports is the premier mountain sports retailer in Vermont, specializing in skiing, snowboarding, and biking. Basin Sports has received the Ski Magazine Gold Medal nine years in a row and twice naming Basin Sports the best ski shop in New England. Basin Sports has some of the best technical boot fitting service in the country, with certified Pedorthists on staff. As much as we love getting Basin Sports customers into the perfect gear for them, there is one thing we love just as much, if not more. You guessed it, skiing, riding, and just plain enjoying the mountains. You can rest assured that all of us at Basin Sports is taking every opportunity to get out and enjoy all that Killington has to offer. In the winter we ski daily and we are constantly testing new gear, sampling the conditions, and sniffing out powder stashes. Feel free to ask us any questions that you may have, we love to talk about skiing, snowboarding, cycling, hiking and even snowshoeing. In fact, in the winter, we update our website, basinski.com, every day with conditions reports, photos, and videos. Check us out for the most up-to-date and honest info around

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