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Killington Postpones Base Lodge Construction
The new lodge was originally supposed to open this season.
Thursday, January 7, 2021, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com

K1 Lodge Construction, December 2019
K1 Lodge Construction, December 2019


Construction of the new Killington base lodge won't resume until next winter, the Mountain Times reports.

The $27 million facility was originally supposed to open for the 2020-21 season, providing 57% more space than the existing facility. Construction started in 2019 and was nearing the scheduled demolition of the original base lodge when COVID-19 shut downs halted work. The new structure stands unfinished next to the still-open original base lodge.

According to the Mountain Times, Killington attributed the new delay to "other priorities we have to tend to."

  • K-1 construction on pause until next winter - Mountain Times External link


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