Analysing terrain data
Bunny Buster is a wide and groomed blue racing trail which was opened in the early season.
To access this location, you can choose to take the Snowdon Triple or the Snowdon Quad from the base.
You can also access this trail via Snowdon Poma from Great Northern.
The easiest choice is the Snowdon Triple, which is a long and extremely slow ride up.
So, prepare for that.
Exit the lift to the right.
Proceed around the corner and go straight onto Bunny Buster.
Be careful of people coming off the Poma lift to your left.
There are often racing teams practicing on the upper section of Upper Bunny Buster, so choose your run accordingly.
When it crosses over Great Northern USE CAUTION.
This is one of the most congested areas of Killington.
There are a lot of people coming from all directions at all speeds and skill levels.
Additionally, sometimes there is a line at the Snowdon Poma.
The biggest danger is the traffic on skier’s right coming down from Great Northern.
If you want to cross Great Northern to Mouse Trap from Upper Bunny Buster, this is where you will need to be most alert.
If you stay on Bunny Buster all the way down to the base, it winds around and is a major freeway with loads of people all season long.
In the early season, the lower section of Bunny Buster approaching the base is sometimes very crowded with a lot of bumps.
There will be people of all abilities here so be patient.
This trail is in varied light.
Perfect for people looking for a wide and groomed racing trail that turns into a slower blue cruiser.