The MSI Mountain Report

Best start for Killington in decades. Closing in on 100 trails with Bear Mountain and the Skye Ship being covered as we speak. Just had a big natural snow dump. The natural snow mixed with the man made snow storm is giving Killington some pretty great coverage. Only hit one rock since October 24. Hard to beat that! Just one more good dump will fill in the woods just about right. We currently have a good base for the woods, but need to finish it off with about 2 more feet. The weather guys are calling for some significat snow tonight, the trees should be nice tomorrow. See you on the hill

Head Wall
Upper Downdraft in October
Skipping Work People
Sunny October Ski Day
Opening Day
Opening Day October 25, 2013
Happy People
First Turns of the Year
4/1
Memorial Day Weekend
Last snow of the year
Last snow of the year
4/1
Highline
snowmobile in the drink
Snowmobile in the river. Boyz playing too hard!
9/28
Local Lifetime Skibum
recent snow
Greatsnow year!
9/28
Beautiful day in Vermont
recent snow
Top to bottom long runs.
9/28
Dew Tour half pipe ^ under the evening lights!
recent snow
Packed Powder
9/28
Dew Tour at Bear
recent snow
Riding Hard
9/28
Great Coverage
recent snow
Beats working
9/28
Top of the World Feeling
recent snow
Happy People
9/28
Ripping lower Ovation
recent snow
Loving the Powder
9/28
Pico and Ramshead Peak
recent snow
Soft bumps under Needles Eye
9/28
Boyz day riding - Top of the World
recent snow
We are small creatures..Upper Super Star
9/28
Devils Fiddle Fun!
recent snow
Drinking the Dew upside down
9/28
The man in red is the scale meter!
recent snow
Lower Bear Claw is now one big jump!
9/28
Father and Son bonding at the Big K
recent snow
5 out of 6 peaks
9/28
Snowmobiling ectasy!!!
recent snow
Plowing a deep path in the Pow!
9/28
No school on powder days! Great turns Nikki.
recent snow
He's not making water today!
9/28
Hot Air Balloon comes in close
recent snow
Super Duper Pipe
9/28
6:30 AM Delight
recent snow
Superstar Skier
9/28
Young Ripper
recent snow
Lower Superstar
9/28
Snowshed Freshies
recent snow
Ramshead perfect coverage
9/28
Two volunteer ski bums
recent snow
Checkout the trees
9/28
Beautiful Sunrise
recent snow
Upper Super Star, Skier Cross Style.
9/28
Pretty in Blue
recent snow
High Traverse.
9/28
Early sunrise on East Face
recent snow
Upper Chute, Fresh Corduroy.
9/28
Early morning skiing
recent snow
Way to carve.
9/28
Thanksgiving Breakfast Club
recent snow
Local Ripper.
9/28
Fun in the Park!
recent snow
Upper Bunny is looking good.
9/28
Amy ripping it up
recent snow
Go Doug
9/28
Major snowmaking attack
recent snow
Bump on
9/28
Dave from Black Dog Sports
recent snow
Great Coverage
9/28
View to the East, Mt. Ascutney
recent snow
Rest Time
9/28
Coverage is great!
recent snow
First Tracks
9/28
Nikki S. looking good!
recent snow
Locals enjoying a great day!
9/28
Karen D. is having fun!
recent snow
Pico Peak from Walkway
9/28
A Day at Work
recent snow
Awesome Backdrop Today
9/28
recent snow
recent snow
fall sunset
9/28
Porcupine Sculpture
recent snow
Mountain Biking the Big K
9/28
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Killington & Pico Ski Resort Area Weather

The following points should be considered when viewing online weather reports:

  1. Rutland is 20 minutes to the west of us, and a significantly lower elevation, out of the mountains. The temperatures range on average from 10 - 20 degrees warmer than the town of Killington. In addition, the peak of Killington Mountain can be significantly cooler than the town of Killington due to wind-chill factors. It is usually windier and cooler at 4200 ft than at 2000 ft.
  2. Rutland is the closest city that has a regional forecast by a subjective independent weather service.
  3. We recommend using a combination of all the links we have provided below to help you get an accurate forecast on the weather conditions for your New England ski resort activities.


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