KILLINGTON, VT – (Nov. 1, 2013) – Vermont’s Pico Mountain at Killington Resort presents early-season ticket deals through December 13, 2013. Skiers and riders can pre-purchase a P50 lift ticket valid all season or a P40 lift ticket valid all season with the exception of 22 blackout dates. Additionally, the 2013-14 Pico Express Card, with season-long direct-to-lift discounts, is now available to guests for purchase at the season’s lowest rate.
P40 and P50 tickets offer significant savings over window ticket rates, and skiers and riders receive an additional free P40 lift ticket with the purchase of six. These tickets are non-refundable and can be shared with friends and family on a single day or used on separate dates throughout the season.
For guests who ski or ride often, the Pico Express Card offers direct-to-lift deals. Available at early purchase rates for adults (ages 19-64) at $45, seniors (ages 65-69) at $35 and youth (ages 7-18) at $30 for a limited time. The card offers 50 percent off midweek, non-peak ticket rates, so adults are paying just $26 per day midweek. During weekend / peak periods, card holders save up to 42%, so adults are paying just $40 per day. The Pico Express Card is also available as a gift card to be presented to friends and family this holiday season. Early season prices will increase on December 25, 2013.
This summer, Pico Mountain has added a new food venue and seating area adjacent to the Pico Base Lodge as well as four new gladed trails, for a total trail count of 57. Additionally, Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports and the Pico Ski Education Foundation celebrate the grand opening of their all-new, four-season headquarters in the Pico Mountain Base Area on November 9, 2013.
“We’re looking forward to following Pico’s 75th Anniversary Year with another season for the record books,” stated Tracy Taylor, director of operations for Pico Mountain. “That means more trails, more deals, expanded facilities and the best possible mountain experience.”
Pico Mountain at Killington will operate December 14, 2013 through March 30, 2014, Thursday through Monday, plus peak dates: 12/21/13 – 1/1/14; 1/18 – 1/20 and 2/15 – 2/21/14 for the 2013-14 winter season.
About Pico Mountain:
In 1937 on Thanksgiving morning, a legend was born: Pico Mountain Ski Resort. Although it was humbly equipped with only a 1,200’ rope tow powered by a Hudson motor car engine, skiers – true skiers – loved it. No other big mountain has so much quaint charm. Since then a lot has changed. But the love that began over seventy-five years ago for this mountain still lives today, and it’s as strong as ever. Skiing traditionalists now enjoy 57 trails and the Triple Slope Terrain Park serviced by seven lifts, including two high-speed detachable quads. www.PicoMountain.com.