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Oct 29, 2010


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William T. Scott

Safety should always be the priority of any resort and as a parent who constantly evaluates child-friendly resorts:http://away.com/skiing/ski_best_for.tcl?Top_Ski_Resorts_for_Family&id=293363, I'm glad that many resorts now are doing the best they can to make sue little skiers are safe.

I can see that Killington is almost in every list. It is not only famous because of its size and impressive terrain parks:http://www.mountainyahoos.com/SkiResorts/Killington.html it is also becoming known being a family-friendly resort and the developments are very consistent. I'm quite impressed.

GPS Tracking

Sounds like an interesting safety device for children. However, the people who usually become statistics tend to be adults how venture much further out than what would be deemed safe. For those "experts" on the mountain, the mountain should make it mandatory that people wear real-time tracking devices if the intend on venturing off-course

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