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Snowmaking at Killington has been ongoing, with the mountain opening on Thursday to special ticket holders and today for the general public.

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KILLINGTON — Killington Resort began its 2022-23 winter season at noon on Thursday for special ticket holders and opened to the general public on Friday.

“Mother Nature made us wait a bit this year, but we’re thrilled to be able to kick off the longest season in the East once again,” says Mike Solimano, president and general manager of Killington Resort and Pico Mountain. “The prolonged warm temperatures were good news for the crews hard at work on the new K-1 Lodge, and while it won’t be open for Day One, it is coming along nicely. We are excited to welcome the public inside for the first time over World Cup weekend.”

The first freestyle event of the year, The Loaded Turkey rail jam, will be held today. The event will be held on a special pop-up park on Reason/Great Northern, separate from the public park. Killington will remain open to the public daily for skiing and snowboarding, as conditions permit. Stay tuned to the conditions page at for updates.

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