Ski holidays in Killington
are receiving a $5.3 million (£2.6 million) boost, it has been revealed.
The resort - one of North America's largest - has announced that it is pumping investment into a programme of improvements to improve both the tourism potential and the environmental performance of the snow-sport spot.
"Guests will notice a difference in the overall look and feel of the resort this season," said Chris Nyberg, Killington Resort and Pico Mountain President and General Manager.
Among the improvements set to enhance the guest experience on Killington ski holidays
are a remodelled Long Trail pub, an upgrade to the resort's celebrated snowmaking system and repainted lifts and lodges, as well as new furnishings and carpeting in the accommodation.
New children's programmes at the Ski and Snowboard School, a new Burton Learn to Ride scheme and two new lift access products are also being introduced.
Killington is comprised of six interconnecting mountains as well as the Pico Mountain ski area.