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Even though spring temperatures are pushing 60 degrees at the base, Breck’s peaks will stay open through April 19. And with the month-long Spring Fever Festival slopeside and in town, Breckenridge dishes out late season skiing and socializing.
Copper closes the season April 19 with its annual Eenie Weenie Bikini Contest for a cash prize. Yes, guys don bikini garb too.
It’s been snowing like winter in Vail—even though it’s spring. Currently, 171 open trails remain open and are ready for exploration through April 19.
Park City scheduled April 19 as its closing day, even though its neighbor Canyons closes a week earlier. This week, Park City hosts EpicPromise Week, a festival with a slopeside party, an avalanche dog meet-and-greet, and an Instagram contest—all with the message of environmental preservation.
Due to low snow levels, Kirkwood has cancelled their legendary Banked Slalom, which they had scheduled for April 11. But the resort will stay open through April 19 for some last-minute laps.
Northstar will remain open through April 19 with a 30 percent discount on lodging at The Village for last-minute travellers.
Though only a third of the total lifts are open, there’s still some Heavenly snow to carve through April 19.
With just under 10 inches of new snow from the Easter weekend, 88 trails at Stowe Mountain Resort are set to remain open through April 19.
Daily through April 19; Reopens April 24-26
Alta is open through April 19, and then reopens from April 24 through April 26. The mountain will dish out lodging specials, slopeside parties, live music, and a free demo day.
After hosting a month-long celebration called Springtopia with live music, lift ticket and lodging deals, and slopeside s’mores, Winter Park puts on a free concert by The Wallflowers in the Village during closing weekend. The season officially ends with a pond skim on April 26.
Although Alpine Meadows is closed for the season, the continued snowfall makes Squaw Valley a winter playground into spring. The resort stays open through April 27.
Keep skiing and partying at Sugarloaf. Reggaefest, one of the largest spring slopeside music festivals around, takes place at the base from April 9 to 12, but the skiing stays open through the end of the month.
Avoid some I70 tunnel traffic and get some last-minute Colorado pow at Loveland, which will stay open through May 3 with nine lifts turning.
Ski season at Wildcat Mountain lives on. So does the fun at the base of the mountain, with a free pond skim on April 11.
With the amount of snow hitting Lake Louise this spring, the resort will stay open through May 10. Scope out some spring powder—and compete in the Cardboard Box Downhill Derby on April 19.
Projected May 10
It’s still snowing on the East coast, and Jay Peak expects a late season. The resort may stay open later than May 10 if the snow continues to fall—keep your fingers crossed.
Daily through May 10; Weekends through May 25
With the longest ski season in Utah, Snowbird will close May 10 and then reopen on the weekends through Memorial Day Weekend.
Though Sunshine Village has lots of what the name promises—sunshine—the snow won’t melt for a while. The resort closes May 18 and in the meantime offers a spring pass sale for $395.
Skiers can rage at Whistler through May 18. The World Ski and Snowboard Festival takes place at the base of the mountain April 10 through April 19 with live music, ski and snowboard competitions, and tons of beer.
Projected May 25
Depending on conditions, Mt. Bachelor plans to stay open through Memorial Day Weekend. So far, it’s been snowy and we are all hopeful.
Projected May 25
Bikinis and ski boots pair well together at Mammoth Mountain—the resort will be open and bustling through closing day’s pond skim on May 25.
Projected Late May
Killington currently has 131 trails open for skiing, and the resort doesn’t plan to close until the snow’s gone. With its current cold temperatures, the resort predicts to stay open through late May.
Projected June 7
Arapahoe Basin typically stays open later than the rest, and this season hasn’t disappointed us yet. The resort usually shoots to close on the first Sunday in June, but with its high altitude and cool temperatures, that date’s already been pushed back. Sunscreen required.