Killington shoots snow guns, prepares for the World Cup

Killington, Greg Gleason, Snowmaking October 8, 2022 Photos courtesy of Killington/Everett

Vermont Business Journal On Saturday morning, Killington Resort fired up its snow cannons to make snow in preparation for the start of the ski season and the 2022 Women’s World Cup races taking place over Thanksgiving weekend.

Killington Resort will once again welcome the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Tour to Killington, Vermont on Thanksgiving weekend.

The first years of the event broke attendance records and sent a loud and clear message: Alpine ski racing is alive and well in the East! Action returns in 2022 with a stacked field of the world’s best female alpine skiers, including five-time Killington Cup winner Mikaela Shiffrin, skiing to defend her title, former University of Vermont skier Paula Moltzan and Burke Mountain graduate and Dartmouth student Nina O — Brian.

We’ll also see the revival of the Athlete Show and Friday Night Fireworks, as well as the all-new K-1 Lodge for fans to enjoy.




Standard admission – $5 per day

All proceeds from general admission tickets benefit the Killington World Cup Foundation – viewing areas are located around the base of the Superstar Trail and adjacent to the race course. Two video boards will provide top-to-bottom coverage of the race, while approximately 35% of the course will be visible from these areas.

VIP Packages – sold in partnership with the Killington World Cup Foundation

The Killington World Cup Foundation currently only sells Silver, Gold and Platinum packages. Information on VIP package options or waitlisting for individual tickets can be found at

Premier Grandstand – $100 Saturday / $90 Sunday

The Premier Grandstand offers guaranteed access to the top five rows of stands at the base of the Superstar trail, providing one of the best vantage points on the course. Premier Stand tickets are limited in quantity to allow for more social distancing. Includes general access.

Grandstand – $45 Saturday / $40 Sunday

The ticket stands are located at the base of the Superstar lane, adjacent to the race course, and are general admission for all but the first five rows. The grandstand provides an elevated view of the race course, along with two jumbo screens broadcasting top-to-bottom coverage. There is a limited number of seats in the first row of the grandstand. Includes general access.

Paid Preferred Parking – $80 per day

K-1 Preferred Parking. Paid preferred parking is available in limited quantities on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no lottery for preferred parking this year.

Free parking

Free parking and shuttles will continue to be available around Killington Resort.

All ticket sales are subject to applicable state and local taxes.


Killington and the Killington World Cup Foundation share a unique partnership, with both parties benefiting, but more importantly, the Northeast community benefits from this partnership. Killington has graciously granted the Killington World Cup Foundation exclusive access to VIP ticket sales for the Killington Cup. Through these ticket and package sales, KWCF is able to award grants to support access to winter sports in the Northeast. KWCF also pays for housing for Killington Cup athletes. Over the past four years, this partnership has brought more than one million dollars in additional resources to winter sports infrastructure in the region and engaged over 10,000 participants in our beneficiary programs! There are 18 World Cups and the Killington Cup along with the Killington World Cup Foundation are the only ones that give back to the community.

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