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Killington Dec 21-22

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Just back from 2 excellent days at Killington. It was cool, low cold and a little foggy, but viz was never bad. Longest wait for a lift was 5 minutees ta the gondola, 95% of lifts were ski straight on. There's some really great skiing to be had - the snow reports were not wrong about the amount of snow there right now. Highlights were, in no particular order:


Cascade and Lower Eastfall - two great steep-ish groomers in superb cruising condition

The trees around Tim Man on Snowdon - pretty tight in places, but well covered

Vetigo headwall - 5 fun steep turns!

The food in the Killington Peak Lodge. Not cheap, but it's very good quality

Bump runs like Conclusions, Great Bear, Double Dipper. There was some very fine bumps all over the mountain

The Jug - a run we did each day and never saw another person on. Mostly gentle, soft bumps with very good cover.

Early morning groomers - we were out for first lift Monday and some of the groomed was soft and buttery ;)


A very fun 2 days. Seriously hoping this season stays on a good trajectory in New England this winter. Its a very good start.


Some pics at:  https://gortonator.wordpress.com/2014/12/23/a-pre-xmas-jaunt-to-killington/

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I raced trained up there last year, it gets pretty cold in Vermont doesn't it :o

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