Killington, Vermont opened up last weekend for season pass holders, called it “season pass holder appreciation.” No day tickets were sold. They’re shut down now, waiting for the real cold to come in like everyone else, but it’s pretty cool they hooked up an early October weekend of shredding exclusively for their devoted customers. Killington has historically been one of the first resorts to open up for the season.
Check out the video from the weekend from local news station WCAX. Warning, there are a lot of skiers in this video, but you can still enjoy the stoke.
“Killington’s Rob Megnin said the early start is really a tribute to the past — and something they hope to see reborn. ‘We’ve gotta return to the days of old when Killington was the beast — and we are the beast and this is one of the things that really is core to our brand and we’re going to continue to look to open early and close late as long as we can, as long as mother nature allows,’ he said.”