Originally Posted by Skicrazed
I wonder why they will not allow backpacks to be worn while you ski at Killington..is this a trend?
I stop for lunch and buy. I try to avoid the lunch time crowd by eating a few hours later (or earlier) than the most people.
I love to keep some chocolate in my pocket, and eat them on the lift. They get all frozen and krispy, a reminder that I'm outdoors on the slopes, having the time of my life!
When you say they don't allow backpacks at Killington, what size do you mean? Is there a running list of places not allowing them? Would I get kicked off the mountain?