March in Vermont Means Maple Syrup Season


Visit a family farm that taps 9000 maple trees. Walk in the maple woods to see how trees are tapped both plastic tubing and old fashioned buckets. Sample the different grades of maple syrup and learn how to use maple syrup as a natural sweetener. Taste spreads, jams and mustards that are made with maple syrup. Tour also includes sampling of 15 kinds of cheese. While the farm is open every day, the sap flow and boiling occur when there are cold nights and warm days so best to check with the Luces at 800 281 1757 to see actual boiling times.


The Snow is finally here!

YES, the snow is here. Most trails are open—Killington 57 groomed trails and Okemo has 74 open trails today. Stay with us and you can ski both Killington (20 minutes from the slopes) and Okemo (30 minutes from the slopes). 

We also have discoubted lift tickes availble to purchase when you arive:


See the Killinton live Web Cam here:

1-Day Lift Ticket - ANYTIME —$64*

Hours of Operation: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on weekdays
K-1 Express Gondola opens 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. weekends and peak days.
All other lifts operate 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. weekends and peak days. 


See Okemo Web Cam here:

1-Day Lift Ticket:
Adult (ages 19-64) — $72.00*
Young Adult (13-18) — $61.00*
Junior (7-12) — $55.00*
Senior (65-69) — $61.00*
Super Senior (70+) — $55.00*

Hours of Operation:
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. - Weekends and Peak Periods
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - Monday through Friday 


*Taxes and fees will be calculated at checkout


Killington Winter Season Opens October 18th

Killington Pico Area Association

Killington Resort has announced Sunday, October 18, as opening day for the 2015-16 Winter Season.   

First turns of the season will be dedicated exclusively to Season Pass and Express Card holders. Opening time is planned to be at noon.  Any changes to the planned opening will be announced in the Conditions Report 

Killington will open to the general public for skiing and snowboarding on Monday, October 19.