Before putting on your skis, check the snow conditions at Killington Resort one last time.
Height and quality of the snow, date of the last snowfall, today's weather, temperature, wind, visibility, state of the ski area ... all the information you are looking for to have a great day of skiing. Please note Killington Resort snow reports are sourced directly from the ski resorts and are only recorded during the official ski season's opening to closing dates.
SNOW REPORTER'S UPDATE
December 29 2021
Mild temperatures with sunshine peeking through on tap for tomorrow, Beast fans.
Our world class snowmakers are firing more fresh flakes again tonight, adding depth to our base along Bearly, Snowshed Crossover and Skyeburst, among others. Mother Nature is lending a helping hand with favorable conditions tonight until midday tomorrow, when temperatures may rise to the mid-thirties with calm conditions, perfect for shedding a few layers.
With nearly 274 acres over 38 miles of open terrain, our grooming team has a lot to cover overnight. With most of the mountain getting fresh stripes by first chair, make laps on fresh corduroy on Great Eastern, Bear Claw, Bear Trax, Skyelark, Bittersweet, Snowshed Slope, and Great Northern to name a few. If you are new to skiing or riding, Snowshed Slope is a great place to learn and practice your turns.
If you have your own equipment and love skiing and riding intermediate to advanced terrain, park at Bear Mountain for easier parking. Bear Mountain terrain is suitable for intermediate and advanced skiers and riders, and currently has no beginner level terrain open to the Bear Mountain base. The rental shops are not currently open at Bear Mountain, K-1 or Ramshead Lodges so please plan ahead if you intend to start there.
With new terrain added daily, be sure to watch for signage regarding trail warnings and observe all trail closings, as they are unsafe to ride.
Lifts are scheduled to start spinning at 8:00 a.m.
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