Visiting Killington this winter, here’s the info
We thrive in unison, not as individuals. To operate effectively this winter we all need to do our part and follow safety measures to keep ourselves and others healthy.
Here’s the link
Please keep in mind that we’re operating in a very fluid environment and so while we have laid out our current plans and will continue to do so this fall, we’re ready to adapt and adjust as needed and thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding. I hope our commitment to maintaining candid communication gives you some comfort in our plans for the upcoming season. We know everyone’s adapting in their own way and we want to make sure you know how we plan to adjust.
A new Killington App
A few key features of the app will be real-time lift and trail status, lift wait times and tracking. The tracking feature will allow you to track your ski day, see where you’re at on the map and allow you to see where friends and family are on the mountain. We will also be able to send push notifications with real-time updates and information as needed allowing us to improve communication to guests who are at the resort. Unfortunately the app will not be available for use at Pico this winter.
Set Opening Date
As a result, we plan to open for skiing and riding on November 14, weather and terrain permitting. A lot of time and effort went into selecting a date based on historical weather data for Killington and we believe November 14 is a realistic date to achieve top to bottom skiing and riding with access to multiple base area lifts. East Coast weather – early season especially – can be challenging and until we can provide the space needed to facilitate physical distancing, we will delay opening. We anticipate being open for Killington Season Pass and Ikon pass holders only on opening day and for a period of time as we assess operations and capacity limits. Information about when day ticket holders can access the mountain will be announced at a later date.