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Killington
Killington
Sunday, March 8, 2020
Submitted on March 8, 2020 by nhalex (56 Rating56)
Session SessionFull Day
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeRetail Price
Lift Lines Lift Lines3 to 5 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions95% open; Frozen Granular, Variable Conditions
Glades Glades
Moguls Moguls
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)
Run of the Day Run of the DayBunny Buster
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageTenders at Bear are really good
Comments CommentsFeels good to be back at the Beast! Snow conditions were mixed today, with being primarily hard-packed snow, with some spots of spring snow and ice. Cold in the morning, warm in after lunch. Sunny skies, moderate breeze, only wind hold was Needles Eye for like the first hour or so.
Best snow was at Snowdon and Ramshead. Header, Bunny Buster, and Chute were skiing pretty nice all day.
On Killington Peak, East Fall was a little scratchy, but Great Northern, Rime, and Reason, were all skiing pretty well.
Heading over to Skye, which had the most variable conditions of the day, Bittersweet was good in the morning but skied off fast. Upper Great Eastern was in good condition, but Lower Great Easter was slushy, with a thin cover. Skyeburst was pretty icy right at the top, but the middle section was fine, bottom was very wet. Over in the Bear Area, top was skiing pretty well, with bottom being heavy and wet.
I also tried Solitude for the first time, which was interested, but I probably wont do it again. #RIPJuggernaut
Lift Lines were variable. Ramshead and K-1 bothe had significant lines until things started to calm down around 2 or so (K-1 walk on singles line at 2:30). Superstar, Bear and Skyeship had no line to my knowledge all day, and Snowdon Six and Skye Peak had lines most of the day, but were very manageable (around 5min). Singles was fast everywhere but Skye Peak for some reason.
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