Sure, the end of winter is always a sad passage. Gone are the powder days (or anticipation of powder days), the ski trips with friends, the snow-covered landscapes. But it does mark the beginning of spring. And spring skiing. Which means corn snow, goggle tans, bikinis, tailgating, outdoor concerts, and more.
We want to celebrate spring skiing in style, but we need your help. Over the next month, share with us your photos of spring festivities in the mountains by posting them on our Facebook page.
The best photos will be featured prominently right here on Skiingmag.com.