No Bull Ski Report for Pico

Updated Monday, March 16th, 2020

Pico is suspending all resort operations starting March 15, 2020, through March 22, 2020. We will continue to monitor the dynamic COVID-19 situation and reassess our approach for the rest of the season. The suspension will include all mountain operations, food and beverage and skier services. Our Killington Resort lodging, ticket operations and central reservation department will remain open to service guests we have on site, but we will not be taking new reservations for the remainder of March, 2020.

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Pico Mountain

Pico's Snow and Trail Report (Closed Midweek)


0" 24 Hours
165 " Total
30 " Base-Depth
50 of 58 Open Trails
5 of 7 Open Lifts
18.4 of 18 Miles of Skiing
263.7 of 144.1 Acres of Skiing
Primary Surface Machine Groomed Secondary Surface Frozen Granular

NWS for Pico

7-Day Weather

 

Rain before 3pm, then a chance of rain showers between 3pm and 5pm. Mostly cloudy. High near 41, with temperatures falling to around 35 in the afternoon. South wind 39 to 68 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New rainfall amounts between a half and three quarters of an inch possible. SAT Mostly sunny, with a high near 32. West wind 29 to 48 mph. SUN Sunny, with a high near 22. Northwest wind 16 to 26 mph.

Lift Ticket Prices Adult $85.00 Youth $65.00 Senior $72.00

Hours of Operation
Monday, Thursday & Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Saturday, Sunday & Peak: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Remarks:

Weather challenges haunted us yesterday, but today's forecast is much better: mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 20s. We do have a mechanical repair underway on the Summit Express Quad, which might be delayed this morning. After wet weather and rapidly falling temperatures yesterday, we’ll be mighty glad to have some fresh, soft corduroy to ski and ride this morning. Expect gusty winds to cause lift closures

Pico's statement re the Corona virus
The majority of our operations and services are currently available and we plan to maintain operations through the Spring. So that we may do so, we are taking a number of actions to limit potential risks: • We are cancelling all live music, special events and conferences scheduled through April 4, including the Vermont Brewers Festival, K-1 Lodge Teardown Party and Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge • Closing some of our smaller food and beverage outlets including Yurt Lunch and Dinner, Motor Room Bar, Brat Haus, Clubhouse Bar and Grill, Wobbly Barn Night Club • Elimination of self-serve salad bar stations at the Peak Lodge and Wobbly Barn Steakhouse • Enforcement, starting immediately, of reduced or modified occupancy limits in all base lodges and on-mountain restaurants • Removing seats and tables from base lodges to increase space per occupant and increase social distancing • Suspending maximum loading policies on our gondolas and the Snowdon Six pack bubble chair for added space per occupant • Suggest that guests try to avoid base lodges during the busy lunch period, when density is highest. Bringing a brown bag lunch or grabbing food items to go and eating outside or at your vehicle will help to spread people out and meet distancing guidelines • Closure of the Killington Grand Spa until further notice. The Grand pool and Health Club will remain open