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Birch Ridge Inn
Snow Stake Picture
of the Day
Birch Ridge Inn Snowstake
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
000 inches. All melted. Down to green. Is this the last snow stake picture of the season? Mountain still has plenty of snow.




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Killington Snow Report for Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Killington Conditions:
Open Trails: 8
Open Lifts: 1
Groomed Trails: 0
Service Conditions: Spring Conditions
Average Base Depth: 16" - 30"
24 Hour Snowfall: 0.0"
48 Hour Snowfall: 0.0"
7 Day Snowfall: 0.0"

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Friday, Mar 31, 2017
Major snow storm descends on Killington capping off another great week of skiing and riding.
Ruts and the Bagel disembarking from the Superstar Quad

Ruts and the Bagel disembarking from the Superstar Quad

Ruts and the Bagel disembarking from the Superstar Quad

Ruts and the Bagel disembarking from the Superstar Quad

Here we go again!

After a great week of skiing and riding that saw conditions vary from mid winter to pure spring, Mother Nature is sending Killington a late season gift that will keep the resort going for weeks.

While the weather forecasts are all over the place, and very altitude dependent, the Killington Resort stands to gain an additional 1 to 2 feet of snow from the storm which has settled over the area. The long duration storm started this morning around dawn. Snow is currently falling about a 1/2 inch per hour (1:30 PM) at the inn. Snow is forecasted to continue all night well into tomorrow morning.

While the snow is not the light fluffy powder we had with the storms earlier in the month, and in February, this storm will lay down a thick creamy coating over Killington's thick base, assuring great spring skiing and riding conditions for several weeks to come.

Where ever you may be, get out and enjoy the final moments of the winter season as we head into spring. And remember...Let It Snow!





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