|Birch Ridge Inn
Snow Stake Picture
of the Day
|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.
|Killington Snow Report for Tuesday, April 25, 2017|
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"
|feed provided by Killington.com Snow Report|
What a fantastic Easter Friday for skiing and riding at Killington. With many schools and businesses closed for the Easter weekend, the slopes of Killington were crowded with families taking advantage of prime spring skiing conditions under full sunshine.
While the resort is starting to shrink as the snow melts, conditions overall were beautiful. If you love spring skiing on soft bumps, there were found in abundance everywhere you turned at the resort. And with a weather forecast calling for good weather all weekend, this is a great time to slip away and visit Killington one last time before putting the skis together for the season.
Speaking of the change in seasons, the restaurant at the Birch Ridge Inn will be going on "Spring Break" after this weekend. The last evening for dinner service for the 2016-2017 season will be Saturday April 15th. After a brief hiatus, the restaurant will re-open for regular dinner service on Friday June 30th. The inn will remain open for lodging during most of the period, with the exception of a few days when we have some projects to complete.
Thank you to all the inn and restaurant guests who have made the 2016-2017 season a success. With the restaurant on hiatus for a few weeks, we are looking forward to continuing to enjoy the mountain for lots of spring skiing.
The snow season has not ended here in Killington. So...Let It Snow! is still an appropriate salutation. But with golf season gearing up down south (and at some local courses), I won't fault you if your pursuit changes from snow balls to golf balls over the next few weeks. What ever you pleasure, please do not forget your sunscreen.