Killington to reopen for skiing and riding November 14

Published: Sep. 11, 2020 at 8:04 AM EDT|Updated: Sep. 11, 2020 at 9:48 AM EDT
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KILLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - It’s only September but Killington Resort plans to retain its reputation for early openings.

Officials at the ski resort say they plan to open November 14, and that Pico is aiming to open December 19. Both of these dates are weather and terrain dependent.

“We pride ourselves on putting in the work early season to get lifts running as soon as possible, but we need ample time to prepare top-to-bottom terrain to ensure proper physical distancing. We’re confident that starting our season with more acreage and lifts open will help guests spread out and maintain an appropriate distance while also providing a higher quality on-snow experience from day one of the season,” said President Mike Solimano in a letter detailing plans for the upcoming ski season.

Solimano says they will be implementing an online parking reservation system and a resort app to track ski days and the number of people coming in and out of Killington. Face coverings will be required, and they will also strictly enforce an uphill policy. Offenders can lose ski privileges if caught.

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