The 2014 Life is good NOR’BEASTER Festival is held at Killington Resort in Killington, VT. Killington is known for its diversity of terrain and grooming expertise, providing skiers and riders of all ability levels a choice of wide-open groomed cruisers, narrow classic New England runs, moguls, steeps and gladed skiing areas. Killington also offers multiple terrain features for snowboarders and freeskiers, including Bear Mountain’s signature terrain parks and a Superpipe. Plus The Stash, Burton’s all-natural terrain park with more than 80 features, including a replica Vermont Sugar Shack.
Take Int. 93 to just south of Concord, NH. Exit onto Int. 89 north and follow to US 4/Rutland, Exit 1 (Woodstock/Rutland) in Vermont. Follow US 4 west to Killington. Or, you can take Cape Air daily out of Logan to Rutland Airport.
FROM NEW YORK CITY VIA CONNECTICUT TURNPIKE
Take Connecticut Turnpike (Int. 95) to Int 91. Follow Int. 91 to just north of Bellows Falls, VT. Take Exit 6 (Rutland) onto VT 103 north and follow to VT 100. Take VT 100 north to US 4 and follow US 4 west to Killington. Or, take Amtrak to Rutland, leaving daily from New York's Penn Station.
FROM NEW YORK CITY AND NJ VIA NY THRUWAY
Take NY Thruway to Exit 24 Albany. Take Northway (Int 87) north to Fort Ann/Rutland Exit 20. Pick up NY 149 and follow east to US 4. Turn left on US 4 and follow east to Killington. Or, take Amtrak to Rutland, leaving daily from New York's Penn Station.
Take Highway 10 east to Highway 35 south. Exit at Route 133 south and follow to Int 89 south. Exit Int 89 at Exit 3 in Bethel, VT and follow VT 107 and VT 100 south to Killington.
HOW DO I GET AROUND WHEN I GET THERE?
Killington offers bus transportation to everyone on the mountain via "The Bus," bus service runs from 7:30 am to 1:15 a.m. in the winter. It travels from the city of Rutland to Pico Mountain to Killington Resort.