The long-awaited, highly-anticipated Killington’s very own rite of spring is back! The Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge and event will take place this Saturday and Sunday (4/6, 7). Sunrise homeowners and their guests will NOT need a pass to access the Sunrise Village. If you plan to tailgate in the parking lot, please no beer kegs, just personal consumption containers.  The Killington Staff will be handing out an info sheet and trash bag to each car entering the parking lot. Please read this info sheet and use the trash bag.

Killington Lift Operations Schedule

The Sunrise Lift will operate daily to April 7th, and Bear Mountain is fully operational through April 7th. The Bear Mountain Lodge will close on April 8th; the Bear Mountain Quad and Skye Peak Express will operate only April 13 & 14. All other scheduled lifts will run 8am to 5pm on Saturday April 6th and April 13th.

Please click here to see the full and up-to-date operations schedule. http://www.killington.com/winter/beast/blog/authors/killington/spring-operations-update

Falls Brook Commons

The Sunrise Café closed March 29th for the season, ending a very successful winter season. Now we have to wait until Christmas 2013 to enjoy the fabulous dining experience created by Chef Jakub Cogswell!

The Falls Brook Commons and Sports Center will close for the spring season on April 15th.

High Altitude Adventure Concert Series

The HAA will host a final Wilderness Camp concert on April 10th. The performer for this show is the Bow Thayer. Check out his innovative sound, and come for a fun night of banjo jammin’ under the stars at the Wilderness Camp. Tickets are $40 and include snow shoes (if required), a great meal, and live music! http://bowthayer.com/

Thank you From Bob Phillips

Bob Phillips, our favorite Sunrise Lift Attendant, received an Eagle Award Pin over the weekend. He sends a big thank you to all homeowners and guests for their support.