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Killington Planning to Install Mountain Coaster, Zip Lines
Killington Planning to Install Mountain Coaster, Zip Lines
Plans are pending Vermont Act 250 approval.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
To further boost its non-skiing offerings, Killington has filed a Vermont Act 250 application to construct a mountain coaster, zip lines, and a ropes course.

On March 20, 2015, the resort applied for permission to install the attractions in its Snowshed area. The Mountain Coaster would have a vertical drop of about 300 feet, while the zip lines would be about 1,100 feet long. A ropes course and Soaring Eagle ride would be installed near the base area.

The entire project would take place on private property, with the mountain coaster topping out just below the state forest boundary.

Killington Mountain Coaster and Zip Line Proposal
Killington Mountain Coaster and Zip Line Proposal




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