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4 May 2007
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The End of Vermont Skiing

Killington May 4 2007

Vermont skiing for 2006/2007 comes to an offical close this weekend when Killington, always the first to open and the last to close, wraps up the season.

Killington this weekend will have nine trails, three miles, open. One chair will be operating: the Superstar Express serving More Difficult and Most Difficult terrain only. No beginner terrain will be available.

After the ski area stops on Sunday, the Killington golf course opens at the end of the week, May 11!

Some other ski areas are not officially open but you can find some intrepid skiers and boarders snowshoeing up with their equipment on their backs, and sunscreen in their pockets, to get in a few more runs on what has been a great season.

(c) 2007 Jeff Connor
posted by  grunhaus at  19:42