These North American Ski Areas Are Still Open! [Closing Dates]

These North American Ski Areas Are Still Open! [Closing Dates]

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These North American Ski Areas Are Still Open! [Closing Dates]

Wildcat Ski Area has the longest ski season in New Hampshire 12 years running! | Photo: Wildcat Facebook Page | Cover Photo: Chris Segal via Snowbird

Ski season is winding down most of North America unless you live in California– at which point you’ve got over 2 more months of snow sliding left.

Related: Snowbird Just Pulled Down 17″ In The Last 24 Hours! [Photo Tour + Snow Report]

Squaw is even considering keeping Shirley open through the entire summer for what would be the ski resort’s first year-round season. Speculation aside, there’s still some great skiing to be had especially if you’re in Oregon, Colorado, or Utah– all of which are on the receiving end of some cold snow this week. Get it while you can!

North American Ski Areas Currently Open…

USA

California

Mammoth Mountain – 7/4

Squaw Valley – 7/4

Sugar Bowl – 5/7 (*weekends only)

Heavenly – 4/30 (*weekend only)

Donner Ski Ranch – 4/29 (*weekend only)

Nevada

Mt Rose – 5/29 (*open Thursday-Sunday)

Washington

Alpental – 5/7 (*weekends only)

White Pass – 4/30 (*weekends only)

Mission Ridge – 4/30 (*weekends only)

Oregon

Timberline – TBA (*usually closed early-mid September)

Mt Bachelor – 5/28

Mt Hood Meadows – 5/6

Colorado 

Arapahoe Basin – TBA | June?

Loveland – 5/7

Mary Jane – 4/30

Utah 

Snowbird – TBA | Late May?

Arizona

Arizona Snowbowl – 4/30 (*weekend only)

Minnesota 

Mt Lutsen – 5/7 (*weekends only)

Maine 

Sunday River – 4/30 (*weekend only)

Sugarloaf – 4/30

New Hampshire

Wildcat – TBA | Weekends through May?

Vermont

Killington – TBA | June?

Jay Peak – 5/7

Sugarbush – 4/30

Canada

British Colombia

Whistler Blackcomb – 5/22 (*reopens in late May for glacier skiing)

Alberta

Sunshine Village – 5/22

Lake Louise – 5/7

Marmot Basin – 5/7

 

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