In our house, we celebrate the arrival of winter, and we love girls who ski fast! I'm so excited that World Cup skiing is returning to the East Coast. Killington 2022 Women’s Ski World Cup Tickets are on October 6th. We attended the races two years ago and the experience was fantastic. It's a great family adventure and we can't wait to go back.
Women’s Ski World Cup Killington 2022
At the Killington World Cup you can see the best racers in the world take on "The Beast". Tickets give your access to viewing areas located all around the base of Superstar Trail and adjacent to the race course.
Check out the Killington World Cup
It was so exciting to see World Cup racing in person and I feel so lucky to have girls who both love the snow. Seeing some of the best female athletes in the world do their magic is so empowering. Take a look at our experience from 2019.
Ticket Policy for 2022
Killington’s priority is to protect the wellbeing of spectators, athletes and staff for the duration of the event. General Admission tickets are $5 per person and there are additional packages available.
NOTE: Everyone needs a ticket. Kids do not get in free.
Tickets give you access to a standing room area with great views of the mountain. In addition, two video boards will provide top-to-bottom race coverage while approximately 35% of the course will be visible from these areas.
A percentage from all ticket options benefit the Killington World Cup Foundation which supports athlete hospitality and provides grants to bolster winter sports infrastructure and access to winter sports throughout the region.
Paid Tickets for Killington 2022 AFIS Women’s Ski World Cup
When: The events takes place November 25th, 26th & 27, 2022. Friday night, November 25th will be the bib draw and pre-party.
Who's Racing: The best women’s giant slalom and slalom racers in the world. Racers should include U.S. Ski Team superstar Mikaela Shiffrin as well as new up-and-coming American talent AND the best racers from Europe. The Giant Slalom race takes place on the 26th and the Slalom on Sunday, the 27th.
Where: Killington, Vermont, the largest ski and snowboard destination in Eastern North America and a POWDR resort. It's also on the Ikon Pass.
Getting to Killington
From NYC, Killington is about 5 hours away (if traffic is good). My Momtrends tip is to take the train to Albany and rent a car and drive from there. This takes the worst part of the drive off the table.
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Parking will be a challenge, so plan to carpool and get there early. There is both free and VIP parking (see notes below). In addition to the free parking, shuttles will be available around Killington Resort.
Where to Stay for the World Cup Race Killington
We'll be staying an hour north in Warren, Vermont. I don't know much about the lodging in the area, but I know Pico will be the quieter spot. If you need to stay in the area, stay at Pico and shuttle over to Killington.
Better yet, book a room at the Killington Grand or one of the local Airbnb's. Killington always blows snow early, so turn it into a ski weekend.
It's More than Just Racing at Killington
Killington Resort will host free concerts throughout the event, in addition to an already action-packed, fun-filled weekend. Other entertainment includes the World Cup Festival Village, fireworks, athlete parades and the Friday night bib draw featuring top athletes. Herwig Demschar, chair of Killington’s World Cup Local Organizing Committee, says: “It’s exciting to welcome the best women ski racers in the world back to Killington, especially coming off of such an incredible winter season."
Back this year is the athlete bib presentation, fireworks display and vendor village to kick things off on Friday night. Tickets are not required for the Friday night activities, which are free to the public. In addition, Killington Resort will be unveiling our state-of-the-art K-1 base lodge this season, where fans will be able to warm up and enjoy a variety of refreshments throughout the weekend.
Tickets Details for Killington 2022 FIS Ski World Cup
Tickets for the Saturday and Sunday events can be purchased as a weekend package. Paid ticket offerings for 2022 Killington Cup include:
General Admission - $5 per day: All proceeds of general admission tickets benefit the Killington World Cup Foundation - viewing areas are located all around the base of Superstar Trail and adjacent to the race course. Two video boards will provide top-to-bottom race coverage while approximately 35% of the course will be visible from these areas.
Limited VIP Tickets for Sunday – Sold in Partnership with the Killington World Cup Foundation: Due to high demand, VIP Packages for Saturday are sold out. An extremely limited number of Sunday VIP Packages and Tickets may still be available and information can be found at kwcfgivesback.org.
Premier Grandstand – $100 Sat / $90 Sun: The Premier Grandstand offers guaranteed access to the highest five rows of the grandstands at the base of Superstar trail, providing one of the best vantage points of the course. Premier Grandstand tickets are limited in quantity to allow for more social distancing. Includes general admission access.
Grandstand – $45 Sat / $40 Sun: Ticketed Grandstands are located at the base of the Superstar trail, adjacent to the race course, and are general admission for all rows except the top five. The grandstand provides an elevated view of the race course, along with two jumbo screens broadcasting top-to-bottom race coverage. Limited accessible seating is available in the front row of the grandstand. Includes general admission 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 preferred parking lottery this year.
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