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Spring Skiing 2004: The Rundown

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If you think skiing is done for the season, think again. While some folks are breaking out their bikes, kayaks, and golf clubs, several resorts are still offering great spring skiing. So, get your final turns in before the snow is gone. Here’s a rundown of resorts still open with great corn snow.

East

Killington, VT

Tentative closing day: June 1

Adult lift ticket: $30

Rockies
Arapahoe Basin, CO

Tentative closing day: July 4

Hours of Operation: 9 am – 4 pm (8:30 am on weekends)

Adult lift ticket: $43Pacific
Mammoth Mountain, CA

Tentative closing day: June 15

Hours of Operation: 7:30 am – 3:00 pm

Adult lift ticket: $50Squaw Valley, CA

Tentative closing day: May 16

Hours of Operation: 9 am – 3 pm

Adult lift ticket: $39Whistler Mountain, BC

Tentative closing day: June 6

Hours of Operation: 9 am – 4 pm (10am after May 25)

Adult lift ticket: $45Blackcomb Glacier, BC

Tentative closing day: June 7 – August 1If we missed a resort that’s still open, let us know: msiinterns@time4.com