Ski resort operator Powdr has announced it is launching dedicated fast-access lanes at select ski mountains for the 2021-22 season, first reported by the Wall Street Journal.
"Daily Fast Tracks passes will start at $49 per day, but prices may be higher during peak times. Passes go on sale on November 1."
According to Peak Rankings, all four of these mountains can get quite crowded; but Killington ranks the worst, a 5 out of a possible score of 10, for crowd flow at the lift line. It also received a score of 4 when it comes to mountain navigation.
Killington received its highest score for its lifts, receiving a score of 8, which is described as "lll but a few areas are accessible by high-speed lifts. Helper lifts may be fixed grip."
Comments regarding the new Fast-Track system were swift and sour, with nearly all including an expletive, making them unpublishable in this story.