Two For One Killington Lift Tickets

October 23, 2012 1 comment

For a limited time, Killington is offering a 2-for-1 lift ticket deal on early season ticket purchases.

Simply fill out the form on that page and they’ll email you a voucher to Killington Resort good for one 2 for 1 adult lift ticket which is good any day through December 16, 2012. Both tickets must be used the same day and cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount. There is a limit of one redemption per guest and the offer is non-transferable and non-refundable.

It’s a great deal for some early season skiing, so act now before it’s no longer available.

Killington Opens Tomorrow!

November 1, 2010 No comments yet

Killington is opening for the 2010 -2011 ski season starting tomorrow, November 2, 2010!  Tomorrow’s opening features use of the new Peak Walkway from the top of the North Ridge Triple to the top of the K-1 gondola.  Here’s the official annoucement:

Hello Killington Skiers and Riders!

Ski Season is finally here! Thanks to the hard work of our mountain operations team and dedicated crew of snowmaking professionals, we’re kicking off the 2010-11 ski and snowboard season tomorrow, Tuesday 11/2 at 10 a.m.

We’ll offer skiing and riding on four trails served by the North Ridge Triple chair with upload/download access served by the K-1 Gondola. We’ll debut the new Peak Walkway, requiring a 5-10 minute walk from the top of the North Ridge Triple back to the top of the K-1 Gondola.

Open terrain will include more difficult and most difficult terrain only and snowmaking will continue on Upper Double Dipper and Upper East Fall throughout the day. No beginner terrain will be available and early season conditions exist.The Peak Restaurant will be open for lunch and the K-1 Lodge will be open for ticket sales, guest service, retail and restrooms. The early season terrain park on Reason will also open Tuesday.

Snowmaking crews will continue to take advantage of cold temperatures and focus on expanding terrain as conditions permit. Beginning Wednesday, Killington Resort will operate from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven days a week until Saturday, Nov. 27, when Killington will offer 8 a.m. openings of select lifts on weekends and peak days.

See you on the slopes!

Discount Killington Lift Tickets

September 7, 2010 No comments yet

Killington has just released their early-season discounted lift ticket product, K55 Lift Tickets.

These $55 tickets are valid weekdays and weekends throughout the season with the exception of 22 peak days (Dec 24-Jan 02; Jan 15-17; Feb 19-27). They will save you up to $29 on non-peak walk-up window rates and up to $8 less than the Killington Express Card.  Also, since you pick up all the tickets at the beginning of the season, there is no waiting in line.

You may purchase up to 10 tickets per online order, and this offer ends on October 15, 2010. You can find out more and buy your tickets now at Killington’s web site.

Skiing Magazine Awards Killington #2 Spot in the East

September 29, 2009 1 comment

Killington Named #2 Resort on the East CoastSkiing Magazine has named Killington the number 2 resort on the East Coast, falling just behind #1 Stowe.  Here is the complete list:

1. Stowe, VT
2. Killington, VT
3. Jay Peak, VT
4. Sugarloaf, ME
5. Mont Tremblant, QC
6. Mad River Glen, VT
7. Sunday River, ME
8. Snowshoe, WV
9. Stratton, VT
10. Whiteface Mountain, NY

The Top Ski Resorts for the Advanced Skier

September 27, 2009 No comments yet

Killington Top Resort for Advanced SkiersKillington made The Aspen 10‘s list of the top ski resorts for the advanced skier.  They say:

Killington Ski Resort, located in Vermont, is a superb resort for the advanced skier. Almost half the terrain is devoted to difficult trails, including a Double-Black-Diamond rated area known as “The Outer Limits” with enough moguls to make even expert skiers achieve flight. Other terrain includes woodland, or glade, skiing and steep terrain. In all Killington has 12 Double Black Diamond trails and half again as many Black Diamond runs. In all, 200 trails connect seven mountains via 33 chairlifts. Killington has the longest skiing season in the Northeast U.S. (typically November through April), an average annual snowfall of 250 inches, and 70-percent snowmaking capacity. Lessons are available without advance reservation at the Perfect Turn Ski School.

What do you think? Is Killington a top resort for the advanced skier? In our opinion, maybe on the East Coast, but definitely not overall.

The Top Ski Resorts for the Advanced Skier [The Aspen 10]

More Moguls Coming to Killington

September 25, 2009 No comments yet

More Moguls Coming to KillingtonThe Killington Insider reports today that more bump runs are coming to Killington this season.  Killington has long been a favorite destination for mogul skiers, and now there are even more reasons to visit.

Lower Vertigo will see the addition of a seeded mogul run and they’ll also be looking at options for more natural bumps on classic runs like Outer Limits, Superstar and Ovation.

Seeded moguls coming to Killington [Killington Insider]

Killington Joins Liftopia

September 25, 2009 No comments yet

Killington Joins LiftopiaTechCrunch is reporting that Liftopia has raised another $1 million in venture capital.

Liftopia provides variable ski resort ticket pricing through its web site. Basically, they allow people to purchase reduced price lift tickets for off-peak days. They allow the resorts to change the price based on how much traffic they anticipate seeing on the slopes.  Rather than just set prices for different time periods, they can actually change their prices on a day-to-day basis.

The good news for all of us is that Killington has signed on this year (Stowe too).  That means there is yet another avenue for us to find discounted lift tickets.

Killington also recently announced their K50 discounted lift tickets.  This deal allows you to buy up to four $50 lift tickets with some blackout days. Better hurry on this one though as the offer expires on October 15.


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