Killington Resort in Vermont's Green Mountains is serving up sunshine, soft snow, and a $169 Spring Pass for skiers and riders to soak it all in for the remainder of the season.
The Spring Pass offers unlimited skiing and riding from now until the resort's projected closing date, May 2, weather and conditions permitting.
2010-11season passes are also on sale, offering guests who purchase and pay in full the opportunity to use their 2010-11 season pass from through the remainder of the current season.
"Thanks to outstanding snowmaking conditions this season and more than five feet of snow in February, we'll be skiing on deep base depths and enjoying some outstanding conditions and on-snow events this spring," said Marketing Manager Chris Danforth.
Spring events include the 30th Annual Bud Light Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge March 27-28, featuring Snoe.Down with live music from moe, and many other up-and-coming jam bands performing around the Killington Region. Pond Skimming and the Sunshine Daydream Festival take place April 17, featuring skiers and riders skimming over ice-cold water while enjoying live Grateful Dead-inspired music.
Killington will offer 2010-11 Unlimited Adult (ages 19-64) season passes for $999 when purchased by April 29; Unlimited Youth (6-18) for $649; Unlimited Senior (65-69), $799 and Unlimited Super Senior (70+), $599. Unlimited passes are valid every day of the 2010-11 season from early November through early May, weather and snow conditions permitting.
The all-ages Blackout pass is $649. The pass is blacked out on 18 Peak (vacation and holiday) days, but pass holders have the flexibility to ski and ride any two Peak days of their choosing during the 2010-11 season. The Midweek pass is $399 and valid Monday through Friday with the exception of Peak days. College season passes are $329 and valid for all full-time undergraduate and graduate students all season with no blackout days.
Killington will offer a three-payment plan for all 2010-11 season passes purchased before the April 29 deadline. Simply purchase a pass with a credit card online or by phone (800-887-3257) by April 29, and pay 33 percent of the total season pass purchase at the time of your order. Thirty-three percent will be automatically charged to your credit card July 1, and the final 34 percent will automatically be charged to your card Sept. 1.
All Killington season passes are also valid at Pico Mountain and offer numerous benefits, including discounts on food, spa services, and ski and snowboard school programs.