Tag Archives: Powdr

Local News
June 13, 2018

John Cumming steps down as CEO of Powdr

On Thursday, June 7, Powdr announced key changes to its executive team, including that John Cumming, founder and chairman, will step down as CEO. Powdr is Killington Resort and Pico Mountain’s parent company.

Stepping up are Wade Martin, who has served as president of Powdr…

The World Cup may come to Killington!
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October 8, 2015

The World Cup may come to Killington!

The World Cup may come to Killington! If accepted, it would be the first time The World Cup has been hosted on the east coast since 1991

KILLINGTON — Killington has received preliminary approval to host the 2016 Audi FIS Woman’s Ski World…

Local News
September 25, 2014

Insights on Powdr and Killington

Historical perspective holds true today

By Karen D. Lorentz

In a July 2008 interview, Powdr Corp CEO John D. Cumming shared his story and philosophy of skiing. He spoke simply and directly as he discussed his love of skiing and mountaineering, expressing an all-encompassing appreciation…

Local News
September 17, 2014

PCMR sold to Vail Resorts

Business as usual for Killington

The sad saga of two ski-industry titans disputing the future of Park City Mountain Resort is over. 

Powdr, the owner and operator of Killington Resort and Pico Mountain, has agreed to sell its Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) assets, including…

Local News
September 11, 2014

Powdr sells Park City Mountain Resort to Vail

For an update on this story please click here

UPDATE: (Sept. 11, 2014)

KILLINGTON  – Powdr, the owner and operator of our Killington Resort and Pico Mountain, has reached an agreement to sell its Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) assets—including the base area, parking, lower ski terrain…

KMS Highline venue receives $50,000 boost from Powdr Corp
Local News
July 10, 2014

KMS Highline venue receives $50,000 boost from Powdr Corp

By Karen D. Lorentz updated Thu, Dec 26, 2013 06:14 PM

Powdr Corporation, the parent company of Killington Pico Ski Resort Partners, has donated $50,000 to the Killington Mountain School (KMS) for a project that creates a vastly improved and expanded competitions venue on the…