Killington, Greg Gleason, Snowmaking, Oct. 8, 2022. Photo credit: Killington/Everett
Vermont Business Magazine On Saturday morning, Killington Resort fired its snowguns into snow making preparations for the start of the ski season and the 2022 Women’s World Cup races this Thanksgiving weekend.
Killington Resort welcomes the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Tour back to Killington, Vermont this Thanksgiving weekend.
The first few years of the event broke attendance records and sent a loud and clear message: Alpine ski racing is alive and well in the East! Five-time Ton Cup winner Mikaela Shiffrinski defends her title, while some of the world’s best female alpine skiers, including former University of Vermont skier Paula Moltzan and Bourke Mountain graduate and Dartmouth student Nina O. . “Brian.
There will also be a return of player bib presentations and fireworks on Friday night, as well as an all-new K-1 lodge for fans to enjoy.
Buy Tickets Buy K-1 Priority Parking
A portion of all ticket options will be donated to the Killington World Cup Fund
General Admission – $5 per day
All general admission ticket proceeds will go to the Killington World Cup Foundation. Viewing areas are located throughout the base of the Superstar Trail and adjacent to the race course. Two video boards cover the race from top to bottom and approximately 35% of the course is visible from these areas.
VIP Package – sold in partnership with the Killington World Cup Foundation
The Killington World Cup Foundation currently only pre-sells the Silver, Gold and Platinum packages. Information on waitinglisting for VIP package options or individual tickets can be found at kwcfgivesback.org/.
Premier Grandstand – $100 Saturday / $90 Sunday
The Premier Grandstand guarantees access to the top five rows of the Grandstand at the base of the Superstar Trail, offering one of the best vantage points on the course. Premier Grandstand tickets are limited in quantity to ensure greater social distancing. Includes general admission.
Grandstand – Saturday $45 / Sunday $40
A ticketed grandstand is located at the foot of the Superstar Trail adjacent to the race course, with general admission to all but the top five rows. The grandstand offers a bird’s-eye view of the racecourse, with his two jumbo screens showing race coverage from top to bottom. Limited accessible seating is available in the front row of the grandstand. Includes general admission.
Paid priority parking – $80 per day
K-1 Priority Parking. Limited paid priority parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. There will be no priority parking lottery this year.
Free parking and shuttles are still available around Killington Resort.
All ticket sales are subject to applicable state and local taxes.
Killington World Cup Foundation
Killington and the Killington World Cup Foundation share a unique partnership that benefits both parties, but more importantly, communities in the Northeast benefit from this partnership. Killington kindly granted the Killington World Cup Foundation exclusive access to his VIP ticket sales for the Killington Cup. Through these ticket sales and packages, KWCF is able to provide subsidies to support access to winter sports in the Northeast. KWCF also covers the accommodation costs of the Killington Cup players. Over the past four years, the partnership has brought more than $1 million in additional resources to the region’s winter sports infrastructure and brought more than 10,000 participants into the funded programs. With 18 World Cups, the Killington Cup, together with the Killington World Cup Foundation, is the only one that gives back to the community.