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Durango Mountain Resort in Colorado has received more than 19 feet of snow so far this season, and the resort is extending their season with “Springtacular” deals on lift tickets and lodging. Starting on Friday, April 2 and continuing through the month of April, conditions-permitting, Purgatory will be open Friday through Sunday, from 10 am – 5 pm. You can stay for just $79 per person, per night for two nights of slopeside lodging and two days of lift tickets. Call 800-525-0892 to book your “Springtacular” ski getaway.
All of the resorts in New Mexico have been receiving new major snow falls every other day, which means they’re extending their hours of operation and planning to stay open later in the season. Ski Apache and Ski Santa Fe will stay open till April 11, but Taos Ski Valley is closing Sunday, April 4. They’re hosting a pond-skimming championships on closing day, so get there while you still can.
Okemo Mountain Resort will celebrate the changing of the seasons with a weekend full of fun events and activities for skiers. The first weekend of April the resort is hosting a Slush Cup pond skimming competition, their second annual Splash for Cash contest, and an Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday (the person who finds the oversized golden egg hidden on Okemo’s trails wins a new pair of skis).
This weekend at Alta, Utah, extreme skier Kristen Ulmer is hosting her Ski to Live ski and snowboard camps. With coaching from Ulmer and a Zen master (yep, this is zen ski camp), you’ll be able to take your skiing to the next level. Find out more here.