Except for the higher sun, longer days and great deals there are few signs of spring at Killington in Central Vermont.
There was a two foot dump two weeks ago and with the cold temperatures there has been little melting going on.
“It’s essentially still mid-winter conditions” said David Sartwell from Bradenton Florida. The snow is all powder and the trails are still well covered. The nightly grooming activities with over seventy trails being groomed midweek according to Michael Joseph, Killington’s Communications/PR Manager.
There are plenty of bumps for those looking for a challenge while the steeps like Cascade and Ovation have plenty of snow to carve on.
Spring is actually a great time to learn to ski and Killington. The “Max 5 Program” guarantees a maximum of five people per class. It includes a 2-hour lesson each day, equipment rental & a learning area lift ticket on days 1 & 2. Day 3 & longer, your lift ticket is upgraded to a full mountain lift ticket.
FREE SKIS! Add the 4-day or longer Elan Learn To Ski program to your package, and on completion of your 4th day, you’ll get a free pair of Elan skis! The deal ends April 6th so don’t delay.
Another storm is creeping up the coast today and and a few more inches of the white stuff is expected.
There will be good skiing and riding into May at Killington and April promises to be a good month as well with below average temperatures forecasted.
Although baseball and golf has started – keep in mind – THE SEASON IS NOT OVER!!!