Mammoth Mountain plans to stay open at least until Memorial Day, but, weather depending, maybe longer. The lifts are spinning during its normal hours: 9-4.
Who says you can only have one closing day? Aspen Highlands had 26 inches in the past week, so the goods are good. You can score $40 lift tickets through Liftopia, and lodging is as low as $89 per night this weekend. And a short drive down the road is the 5 Point Film Festival this weekend. The ski area’s open April 27 and 28 before closing for the season—again.
Scheduled to stay open until Memorial Day, Snowbird is seeing more snow and cold than sun and swimsuits. Show your 2012-13 season pass from any other resort and you can get a day pass for $42.
A-Basin is scheduled to remain open until June 2, so the opportunities to hit the slopes between beach sessions abound. Lifts are running Monday-Friday from 9-4 and Saturday and Sunday from 8:30-4. This past Tuesday A-Bay got 13 inches of fresh snow.
Crystal is open from 8:30-3:30 on Saturdays and Sundays until June 16, with a ton of live music and themed weekends until closing day. Adult lift tickets are as low as $40 per day, and then drop to as low as $30 in mid-May.
The Pacific Northwest storms have helped Alpental keep rolling. The ski area will open Saturdays and Sundays from 9-4 before closing May 5. photo: Jeff Caven skier: Jen Wentworth
Mt. Bachelor is schedule to stay open until May 26 with a ton of events between now and then—such as the Pole, Pedal, Paddle and a few park/pipe comps. Adult lift tickets are $59 per day, or get a spring season pass for $169.
Alta will be open this weekend (April 26-28) from 9:15 to 4:30 with closing day scheduled for Sunday. Get some while you can.
Whistler-Blackcomb extended its season to May 27 because it has a good snowpack. Blackcomb is open from 10-4 daily.
Sugarloaf doesn’t have a closing date set, so take advantage of a seemingly endless winter. The ski area is open daily through this weekend (April 28), then just weekends after that until the snow’s gone.