Friday, February 28, 2014

Snow Reports

11:00 am 02/28/14--An inch here, an inch there; that's all the snow The Beast needs to stay awesome. You can find those inches blown in among the moguls, drifted along the sides of trails, in secret gladed stashes, and even tilled into the fresh corduroy on Friday's 69 groomed trails. The forecast is for sunny skies and crisp air, so make sure your weekend plans include skiing and riding at Killington.

Click Read More to see what is going on with the rest of Killington as well as other mountains.

Superstar will be one of those 69 groomed trails, dressed in soft corduroy to showcase it's amazing 20-feet of base depth. Outer Limits will be groomed too, and so will a selection of The Beast's learning and intermediate terrain; trails like Caper, Great Eastern, and Header. Adventurous skiers will find Gladed trails like Patsy's and Scarecrow in fine form.

16 lifts are scheduled for Friday, starting at 9:00 a.m. and spinning until 4:00 p.m.

Pico Mountain at Killington
Don't forget, your Killington lift pass is also good at Pico Mountain. Combined, the two resorts offer a total of 212 trails and 92 miles of amazing terrain. Visit for all the details

K Parks
Dream Maker Park is all dressed up with 21 features and the fresh competition-build that will host K-Town Showdown #3 on Sunday. Ramshead has 3 great parks: Upper Timberline with 15 features including the Mini-Pipe; Lower Timberline, the richly appointed home to Neff Land's 17 features; and Easy Street, where you'll find an 8 feature park custom-built for groms and progressing riders. Head to The Beast's sunny south side to find The Stash, a collab with Burton topped with 31 unique features.More Details

Training Closures
Bunny Buster and Highline will be closed for training from 9:00-3:00. The Highline mogul venue will be closed from 9:00-3:00. We thank you for your understanding.

MT Snow:
Not a cloud in the sky, powder stashes, plenty of corduroy and a massive amount of snow, what a great way to end February. Speaking of our snowiest month, we’ve graciously received 72″ of snow. That’s 6 feet! It’s also the most snow we have ever gotten in February. According to the historic snowfall, we got 97 inches in March 2001… I wonder what will this spring will bring?
For starters, plan on cruising down 72 TRAILS/, spanning 575 ACRES of skiable terrain across all four mountain faces. Our top notch groomers will be out overnight laying down corduroy so be sure to check out the trail report in the morning for the complete list of groomers. Over at Carinthia we have 8 PARKS open loaded with features. Today and tomorrow the last five features in The Gulch will be closed for the Eastern Freestyle State Championships but the upper section will be open with a public lane skier’s right of the course.
Tomorrow is forecasted to be warmer than today with temps predicted to reach 21 degrees up top and 27 degrees down at the base area. Expect mostly cloudy skies with a chance of flurries in the afternoon. Wind will be moving in at 10 to 40 mph from the Southwest.