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2018-19 Ski Season Concludes
2018-19 Ski Season Concludes
Killington has had the longest ski season in New England for 7 consecutive winters.
Sunday, June 2, 2019, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
Superstar, June 1, 2019
Superstar, June 1, 2019


Sunday, June 2 marks the end of the 2018-19 lift served ski season, as Killington will be operating the Superstar Express Quad for the final time for skiers this spring. The Superstar slope is still open top to bottom, with a few narrow chutes reconstructed overnight by groomers.

Superstar, June 1, 2019
Superstar, June 1, 2019


Killington was once again the first to open and last to close in New England, operating 211 days between October 19th and June 2nd. The season's span was Killington's longest since 1997-98, and the 7th in a row in which it was the first to open and last to close in New England. The area made it into June for the third time in the past two decades.

Three New England ski areas operated in October (Killington, Sunday River, Wildcat), while three operated in May (Jay Peak, Killington, Sugarloaf). With the exception of Massachusetts, every state had a longer season span in 2018-19 than in 2017-18.

2018-19 Opening and Closing Dates by State




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