It’s official! Snowmaking is underway for the 2009-2001 ski season at Killington.
According to Killington’s press release, crews reported to the mountain at 1am this morning and began making snow with a number of guns going on the Reason trail in the Northridge area. Later today, they expect to have a number of low energy guns going on both Rime and Upper Great Northern trails. They were helped out with 4 inches of new snow at Killington Peak and 1.5 inches at K-1 Lodge. The snowmaking is expected to continue for the next four to six days based on the current weather forecasts.
You can view more pics of the start of snowmaking on Killington’s Flickr page and also check their video below: