KILLINGTON SEASON PASS APPRECIATION EVENT - SATURDAY OCTOBER 13, 2012
Exclusive to Killington Season Pass and Express Card holders, we will be running two lifts and one trail for Saturday October 13, 2012. Killington Express Card holders will be charged $25 for use of the Express Card. No day tickets will be sold.
If conditions permit, this event will extend into Sunday, October 14, 2012. Operating hours for Sunday will be determined by Saturday evening.
The K-1 Express Gondola and the North Ride Triple Chair will operate from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Skiers and riders will use the Peak Walkway to access the one open trail, Rime.
Rime will be open with advanced terrain only and early season conditions exist. Terrain will not be groomed. Snowmaking will be in progress as temperatures permit. Walking, removing equipment and downloading are all required. There will be no terrain park features.
The K-1 Lodge will be open for guest services and restrooms. The Roaring Brook Umbrella Bars will be open with light fare and drinks.
"If it's my mountain, I'm installing a fixed grip and telling the lifties to stuff the beginners into chairs as aggressively as they have to to keep it going full speed." —Brownski
Be real interesting to see how long any goodwill created by KMart's action will last w/ the pass holders.. Probably as long as any yankee fan's cheering for A-Rod once he feebly swings and misses for yet another K in a run scoring playoff situation!!
And not for nothing but Yankee fans have way more reason to gripe!!!
Def a very good move though!
"True Grit is like a river. The deeper it runs, the less noise it makes."
Skied yesterday if anyone's interested. Conditions were pretty good, crowded, but manageable... I predict a clusterf@%# today and tomorrow, though, especially if they don't get a ski route to the base open...
Wow, I was expecting them to have more than what they are offering after skiing there on Monday. Looks like today they are offering Rime, Reason, and one route to the base with walking required. I just got back from Sunday River and they have 3.5 distinct routes top to bottom including decently pitched Right Stuff. Killington got a massive jump but they need to cover a massive amount of acres to get early season on North Ridge AND go top to bottom. Plenty of elbow room at SR today as well, both lifts ski on. I wonder if K can keep top to bottom open with the warm up happening through Monday?