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New England Ski Season Comes to a Close
New England Ski Season Comes to a Close
May 29th at Killington marked the last day of lift served skiing in New England.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
While Killington had hoped to operate today, recent warm temperatures zapped much of Superstar's snowpack. As a result, the 2015-16 New England lift served ski season ended on Sunday, May 29th.

Though the season's natural snowfall was the worst in modern New England ski history, the season's length was not. While warm December weather closed many areas during the holiday week, 20 areas managed to operate in November. In addition, thanks to a mild start to the spring, 5 areas made it to May. Killington operated on 189 days between October 18 and May 29, one of its longest in recent decades.

Killington, June 1, 2016
Killington, June 1, 2016




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