New England Killington 2018-19

Discussion in 'General Resort Discussion' started by Guy in Shorts, Oct 14, 2018.

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    Guy in Shorts

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    From the Killington Website - $30 lift ticket closing weekend

    This weekend will be our final days of skiing and riding for the 2018/19 winter season – the longest ski and ride season in Eastern North America. Thanks to the hard work from our snowmakers early season, grooming team (especially these last few weeks) and the entire mountain operations team all season long, we’ve been able to pull off another beastly winter season here at Killington!

    Superstar Express Quad will spin 9am-5pm Friday, May 31 and 8am-5pm Saturday and Sunday, June 1 and 2. Lift tickets will be $30* for all ages each day.

    Complimentary commemorative t-shirts will be available to the first 500 guests to load Superstar Express on June 1, and the Roaring Brook Umbrella Bar will feature live music by DJ Dave, free Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream for about 500 people starting at 3pm and an outdoor grill.

    Once again, we’re offering up the Beast365 Trial Ticket this weekend giving you access to skiing and riding, biking, golfing and the adventure center for the entire weekend for $102 or less. Guests can then choose to upgrade their trial ticket to the full Beast 365 Pass, which provides unlimited access to the best of Killington all year round. The Beast 365 Pass and other 2019/20 season passes are on sale through June 13.

    Purchase a Beast 365 Trial Ticket on site for just:

    Adults $102
    Seniors $82
    29 and Below $82
    Youth $72

    You will need a One Pass card—use one you already have or purchase one for $5.

    *No discounts or other promotions may be used in conjunction with the $30 lift tickets.

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    See you guys this weekend. We'll come hang out for a bit.
     
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    Closing weekend done right! Great to see @Guy in Shorts, the TGR crew & the 802 folk!
     
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    Great closing day.

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    Here's our own @Guy in Shorts final run of the season

     
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    Guy In Shorts 2 June - Closing Day

    Skiing in June to close out season for two of the last three years. The World Cup race surface survived the cool wet May pretty much intact. Perfect afternoon of r*in showers with lots clouds that only the truly Killington faithful could enjoy. Hordes of winter fans gathered on Skye Peak as the last chair sign made its appearance. The last lift served run is just one of the many lasts that that we celebrate here at the Beast. Time to rest up and get ready to hit it again this Fall.

    Quote of the Day - Will miss hanging with all my skiing friends the most.

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    Saw this in youtube from Saturday
     
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    We were there when he was doing this. We couldn't see him that great when he was on the patch, appeared to have a selfie stick and taking photos, documenting something. We were eating lunch wondering right at the base what the heck he was doing as he was taking a loooooooooooong time to climb up and a looooong time before he skied down. Now we know.
     
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