The Mountain Times

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  • Opening day turns: Early seaosn skills maximize mountain thrills

    Columns  > Opinion

    "I look forward to skiing again. You can't get that sensation anyplace else," notes veteran Black Diamond skier Keith Morris, one of many New England skiers who has spent many years travelling north to ski Killington. "Skiin ...

  • Inflation and the cost of lift tickets: When was skiing cheaper?

    Features

    The year was 1966. An adult midweek pass at Stowe or Killington was $7. The next year we paid $35 for five days of skiing and lessons midweek. In 1970, a busload of teens paid $70 each for five days of lifts, lessons, lodg ...

  • Learning along the ALA Trail

    Features

    She was a new friend whom I was inveigling to try skiing. To make it more fun for her, my husband who had given up skiing in the 1980s, joined the introduction-to-skiing class. As a journalist, I tagged along and took photos ...

  • Loaded Turkey Rail Jam kicks off park competitions at Killington

    Features

    Sunday, Nov. 20 at 9 a.m. - Killington Resort is kicking off the season with a rail jam, Thanksgiving style. Upper Downdraft is where the skiers and riders will show off their park skills vying for the grand prize: a Frozen ...