Killington Resort, VT
February 1-2, 2022

Killington resort at sunrise

Registration is open!

We can't wait to see you in person! These events are great for all levels of industry staff. Expect to see a wide variety of content for every department, including risk management, lift education, human resources, DEI and climate change. See below for registration information and the schedule.

NSAA is continuing to monitor the local situations at both Snowmass and Killington for our Winter Shows. We are working closely with both sites to establish and follow all local and venue protocols to reduce the risk of virus transmission at the event. All attendees will be required to wear a mask in education sessions and indoor settings when they are not actively eating or drinking. NSAA will inform all attendees of any changes to these protocols, and we thank you for your patience and flexibility! If you have additional questions or concerns about either show, please reach out to us.

Ski Area & Attendee Info

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Supplier/Exhibitor Info

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Lodging

Killington Resort Lodging

3861 Killington Rd.
Killington, VT 05751
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Call the Killington lodging team directly at 1-800-282-9955 for help setting up your lodging.

Deadline: December 31, 2021

New for Winter 2021-22

NSAA's Lift Safety Boot Camp
Thursday, February 3
Killington, VT

Note: Registration for the Lift Safety Boot Camp is separate from the Winter Show.

Held after the Winter Conference, NSAA's new lift safety boot camp provides a full day of critical education to your lift operators, maintenance staff and mountain operations employees. We'll have a mix of indoor and outdoor sessions covering a range of operational topics that can immediately impact your ski area's lift safety programming. Preview the content, speakers and schedule below.

Cost: $125 per person

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*Please note: Topics, titles, and descriptions subject to change.

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NSAA COVID EVENT POLICY

NSAA values the health and safety of its members and event attendees. The association has issued the following requirements for all event attendees, including vendors and NSAA staff. These requirements are subject to change based on the latest local public health requirements and/or venue regulations, up to and through the event dates.

All NSAA event attendees MUST WEAR A MASK in all public indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status. Masks must be worn over the nose and mouth. This includes at registration, in sessions, at tradeshows and at any other event-related gatherings. In order for attendees to hear and understand our speakers, we may make adjustments that will allow them to alter or remove their masks while presenting. We will be working with our venues to promote physical distancing whenever possible. When eating or drinking, please try to keep physical distance from others, and pull your mask up when you are not actively eating or drinking. Masks are not required outdoors unless physical distancing cannot be maintained.

Please refer to the CDC guidance on the type of mask you should wear.

We ask that you do not attend the event if you are feeling sick or experiencing Covid symptoms.

Thank you to our Winter Show sponsors!

Airflare | Aspenware | AXESS | DEMACLENKO | Doppelmayr | EDGEauditor | flaik | Interstate Parking Company | Leitner-Poma | PistenBully | PNP Supply | PRINOTH | Safehold Special Risk | SKIDATA | TechnoAlpin