On September 12, 2018

Killington announces $25M in investments

Staff report

KILLINGTON—Killington Resort announced $25 million investment in advance of the 2018-19 season, including $16 million investment in upgrades, among which are a new Snowdon 6-person bubble chairlift, South Ridge quad installed, new and improved K-1 Express Gondola, new RFID gates and terrain improvements.

“Our entire team is continuously focused on improving the guest experience and over the last few years we’ve made tremendous progress having improved our guest survey score by 100 percent,” said Mike Solimano the president and general manager of Killington Resort, in a press release. “I’m especially excited to showcase this season’s improvements as our next step in the evolution of redefining the Killington experience to be the best version of ourselves.”

Additional investments include the purchase of Mendon Mountain View Lodge to offer convenient housing, snowmaking enhancements, with 44,000 feet of replaced and new snowmaking pipeline, the purchase of four new groomers and lift component upgrades.

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