It’s almost that time of year, you know, when you begin to wonder if your next session on the mountain will be the season’s last. Can I get one more trip in? One more weekend? Where can I ride this out well in to summer? Well, there’s still time, people. Lots of time.
Check out this short list of long seasons in North America and get more days in your season.
Arapahoe Basin – 11th June
Vail – 23rd April
Aspen – 16th April
Steamboat – 16th April
Crested Butt – 9th April
Telluride – 2nd April
Snowbird – 28th May
Park City – 16th April
Brighton – 16th April
Powder Mountain – 9th April
Mammoth – 4th July
Squaw – 4th July
Heavenly – 30th April
Sugar Bowl – 23rd April
Timberline Lodge – 30th September (I can’t believe it either)
Mt. Bachelor – 28th May
Mt. Hood Meadows – 13th May
Killington – 28th May
Jay Peak – 7th May
Whistler – 22nd May (Blackcomb glacier opens for advanced riders from June 11 – July 17)
Sunshine – 22nd May
Lake Louise – 7th May
Sun Peaks & Big White – 17th April
Revelstoke, SilverStar, Fernie & Kicking Horse – 16th April
*All dates are projected and subject to change.
Can’t see what you’re looking for? Our friends over at OnTheSnow have put together a regularly updated, super comprehensive list of projected closing times for resorts all around North America, Europe & the Southern Hemisphere. Check it out!
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