On November 13, 2019

Fresh snow helps to open top-to-bottom skiing at Killington

Courtesy of Killington Resort
Killington Resort has opened 12 new features at the Woodward Pop Up Park on Reason.

Killington Resort, which opened for the season Nov. 3, received 8 inches of snow in the past week and has 10 open trails, including a top-to-bottom skiing route from the Killington peak down to the to the K-1 Express Gondola via Great Northern, Middle Chute and Lower Bunny Buster.

There are also 12 new features in the new Woodward Pop Up Park on Reason.

Snowmakers are preparing to open Snowdon next. Snow guns are blasting on Lower Ridge Run, Mouse Run and Middle Bunny Buster.

There is no beginner terrain available at this time.

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