Killington Has Chosen To Continue With Suspension Of Operations Due To COVID-19 Outbreak

Though the initial suspension of operations at Killington Resort, Vermont had a chance at ending after the coming weekend, the choice has been made to continue with the shutdown of both Killington Resort and Pico Mountain due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The announcement was made this evening via a press release and Killington social media.

Not only does this include all on-mountain operations and facilities, but Killington owned and operated properties will also remain closed until further notice, as well as staff working off-mountain, if possible. However, if there is any chance of skiing and riding in later in the spring, Killington will be at the top of the list of Vermont winter sports destinations.

“We’re looking forward to a healthy return to the mountains to ski, ride, hike, bike, golf and simply enjoy being together doing what we love again when the COVID-19 health crisis improves. But until then, we have closed all Killington and Pico operations,” says Mike Solimano, president and general manager of Killington Resort and Pico Mountain. “Balancing the extreme fluidity of our current situation with our belief in the powerful value of spending time in the mountains, our goal is to reopen when we can, once the situation improves. If there is any chance for late spring skiing and riding, Killington will be the place to be.”

In an attempt to satisfy guest needs during the outbreak, Killington has modified its cancellation policies. However, due to the high call volume, guests that need to speak to a Killington/Pico representative are encouraged to submit a request for an email or call back through the mountain's website, also linked below.

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