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Get Pumped for Winter!

We hope you are as stoked as we are for Pico Mountain’s opening day. In fact, we’re so anxious to get on the slopes, we’ve partnered with the United Way of Rutland County and will open a day early on Friday, December 17. Here’s the deal: Purchase an Express Card on Friday, Dec. 17 for just $39 and enjoy a free day on the slopes on Friday, Dec. 17! Plus, Pico will donate $20 for each Express Card purchased on opening day to United Way. Remember, Express Cards also make great stocking stuffers!

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Pico 2009-2010 season extended!

This will be a short note, but we want to shout the good news.

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Hope on the Slopes Recap!

Saturday was Hope on the Slopes at Pico, and if you were there, you know it was a FANTASTIC day to be on the hill.

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Hope on the Slopes

If there’s one Saturday to go to Pico, it’s this Saturday, March 6th.

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Meet the Team: Peter!

We know Pico is unique because it’s a local mountain, so we want to give you some insight to the locals who work here!

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Rail Jam Recap

Pico prides itself on offering all the terrain and events you’d find at a larger mountain, so it’s no surprise that as soon as we built our new Triple Slope Terrain Park, we couldn’t wait to hold a rail jam!

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Vermont Adaptive at Pico

At Pico, we pride ourselves on being accessible to everybody in terms of cost and variety of terrain.

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Pico on TV + New Fitness Classes!

Between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Pico is the place to be if you’re craving some activity or a real calorie-burning workout. But where can you go after 4 p.m. (or before 8 a.m.)?

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February Rail Jam at Pico!

Pico is a family mountain, but it’s also a mountain for people of every ability level, including those who like to rip it through the trees, play in the natural powder on Bronco, and, of course, throw down in the terrain park.

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