Forums Splitboard Talk Forum Killington becoming uphill friendly
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    Just saw this article on It talks about 745 acres of Natural Woods Areas of the mountain that is now going to be accessable for riders and skiers. This link is also in the article While the article says that policy is officially called the free uphill travel pass Killington’s website says there is a 20 dollar fee for a season uphill pass and that it must be carried with you at all times. Even if it costs a few bucks it is nice to see more places allowing people to earn their turns.
    Now if it would just stay cold and snow.

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    I heard that it’s restricted to Ramshead and if that’s the case, then well, that’s just a crappy publicity stunt.

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    Ramshead only at Killington….but the $20. pass gets you Pico too. I’d rather hike there, especially on a Tuesday or Wednesday when they’re closed.

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    It is true that it is currently limited to Rams Head at K, but it is a step in the right direction, and I believe (hope) the plan is to allow more terrain outside of operating hours. The route is nicely posted and the mountain personnel were very friendly when I used it (in the past it was hit or miss). Pico is the way to go for a powder morning before the lifts are running.

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