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No Saturday Skiing in New England Again
Lift served skiing has not been offered since November 1.
Friday, November 13, 2015, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com

Despite a mid-October start at both Killington and Sunday River, mild temperatures have reigned in the subsequent weeks, resulting in no expected lift served skiing this tomorrow.

In 2014, lift served skiing was available in 5 of 6 New England states by November 16. In 2015, there has only been 1 day of November lift served skiing in 1 state (Sunday River on November 1). Killington has been closed since October 25.

Killington has announced it hopes to reopen Sunday at 10AM. However, with no sustained snowmaking operations in the 10 day forecast, it is not known how long they will be able to stay open.

Killington North Ridge Web Cam, November 13, 2015
Killington North Ridge Web Cam, November 13, 2015



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