Sunday, May 2, 2021
Submitted on May 3, 2021 by nhalex (303 Rating303)
Session SessionFull Day
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeRetail Price
Lift Lines Lift Lines3 to 5 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions5% open; Corn, Frozen Granular
Glades Gladesno
Moguls Mogulseverywhere after 10 or 11
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)pop-up park on Skyehawk
Run of the Day Run of the DaySuperstar
Food and Beverage Food and BeveragePacked my own
Comments CommentsNice day of spring skiing at Killington. My first time ever skiing and May and probably my last day of the season. Got there for first chair and got some runs on the almost fully groomed Superstar. The cord was nice and soft, easily one of my top runs of the year so far. The trail got bumped up pretty quickly and while the headwall became a mess pretty quickly, I just avoided it by cutting over from Skyelark and Lower Superstar waa really nice all morning. Of course, there was plenty of snow on Superstar as well, besides the skier's right side of the headwall. Bittersweet and Skyelark were much thinner with a decent amount of rocks on the top of Upper Skyelark and Lower Bittersweet. I don't think they'll be open next weekend and if so they'll be dodgy or require walking. Weather was sunny but windy in the morning. Around lunch, the line was beginning to stretch passed the umbrella bar but it moved pretty fast. Never waited more than 10 min if that. After lunch, it rained for about an hour, some light and some heavy. The rain really emptied the place out and there were no lines for quite awhile. The sun did come back out pretty fast and a small crowd did show up an hour before close but only a very small one. I think the rain really washed away all the soft spring snow, as after the rain everything was pretty firm, so I sticked to the blues. Any non-brown spots on the upper section of Lower Bittersweet were gone and I'm surprised my skis came out fine on the other end.
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