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Weekend operational outlook

The January thaw has come and gone, and Pico Mountain is already back in action and ready for winter mode! Snowmaking started on 49er and Lower Pike as soon as the temperatures dropped earlier this week, and they’ll be blanketing the mountain with fresh snow. Snowmaking on Middle and Upper Pike could start as early as this evening. Plus, Mother Nature gave our snowmakers a hand by dropping three inches of fresh powder Wednesday!

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Pico Mountain is offering skiers and riders one free lift ticket with the purchase of a new helmet to promote National Safety Awareness Week, January 19-27. In partnership with the National Ski Areas Association, Pico Mountain encourages slope safety awareness with special events, giveaways and contests that help educate skiers and riders about responsible behavior on the slopes.

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Over 17 miles of Inbounds Skiing and Riding

Old Man Winter has continued to blanket Pico Mountain in white – over three feet in the last seven days! The combination of snowmaking around the clock and natural snow allowed Ski Patrol to open 100% of Pico’s trails.

All the snow has also lured amateur skiers and riders to the sidecountry in search of fresh powder outside the resort’s area boundaries, a decision that could lead to a search involving the Vermont State Police, Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department, members of the Pico ski patrol, Killington Volunteer Fire Department and a local volunteer search and rescue team as well as an unplanned stay in the woods.

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Help pave the road to the 2014 Winter Games. Olympic athlete and local Killington skier, Chelsea Marshall of Pittsfield, Vt., has her eyes set on competing in the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, and she needs your help.

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Pico Mountain Celebrates 75th Anniversary and Launches $75 Vermont Student Season Pass

In celebration of the 75th Anniversary, Pico Mountain is introducing the 2012-13 Vermont Student Pass for $75* when purchased by December 1, 2012. This pass offers Vermont students, Kindergarten through 12th grade, unlimited access to Pico Mountain's 52 trails for the 2012-13 winter season.

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Conditions Update, March 19, 2012

We had an incredible St. Patrick’s Day at Pico Mountain – it was a weekend full of blue skies, sunshine, and soft turns! Talk about spring skiing and riding!

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Spring Skiing and Riding is So Good.

An inside view of the spring skiing and riding season from Pico Mountain’s Director of Sales, Marketing & Reservations, Rob Megnin.

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Snow Update: 5 More Inches!

A new month has arrived with a roar, and we’re getting the week started in our favorite way – skiing and riding fresh, fluffy powder at Pico Mountain! That’s right, another 5 inches of snow from Mother Nature brings us to a total of 19 inches in the past 7 days. As the almanacs say, March really has come in like a lion, and we won’t mind if this big cat curls up and sticks around for a while.

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Conditions Update, February 27, 2012

We had an incredible Presidents’ Week at Pico Mountain, beginning with blasting snow guns and sunny skies and ending with 15 inches of fresh snow and a picture-perfect bluebird Sunday!

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Snowmaking Online for Presidents' Week

Pico’s Mountain Operations Team is so dedicated to providing the best possible trail conditions that they’ve turned the snow guns on for Presidents’ Day Weekend!

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Presidents' Week Celebrations

Happy Birthday, George Washington! Pico Mountain has big plans for Presidents’ Week, with deals and special events straight through February 26. We’ll also be open all week long, with first chair at 8:30 a.m. each day.We’ve been making snow over the holiday weekend, and our groomers have been hard at work on the trails, as well! Pico currently has 12 miles of top-to-bottom cruising, the Triple Slope Terrain Park with 7 features, and lots of wall-to-wall corduroy. Stay tuned to the snow report for the latest conditions information, and we’ll see you on the hill!

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Pico’s Charitable Involvement

Beyond skiing and riding, Pico is involved with many charitable organizations.

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The Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge

Come race and win fun prizes on Sunday, February 27.

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Explorers Session #2

The Explorer program of Boston visits Pico Mountain for the second time.

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Thirsty Thursday at the Last Run Lounge

Draft beer and food specials!

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A Family Mountain

Did you know that kids can ski free at Pico?

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