Closing Dates For California Ski Areas [2017]

Closing Dates For California Ski Areas [2017]

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Closing Dates For California Ski Areas [2017]

Nothing like spring skiing in Tahoe | Photo: Mt Rose Facebook Page | Cover Photo: Mammoth Mountain

Even though Telluride and Jackson Hole have already closed their doors for the season, California’s ski season is still in full swing.

Related: Mammoth Plans To Stay Open Through July 4th!

Hosting massive snow depths, Mammoth (*330″ base) and Squaw (*254″ base) will continue skiing for almost three more months before calling it quits on July 4th. Before then a series of Sierra resorts are scheduled to close. So without further ado, here’s our list of closing dates for California ski areas.

California Ski Area Closing Dates [2017]

Mammoth Mountain sporting a 330″ base | Photo: Mammoth Mountain Facebook Page

Mammoth Mountain – 07/04

Squaw Valley – 07/04

Alpine Meadows – TBA

Sugar Bowl is leading the league with 760″ on the season | Photo: Sugar Bowl Facebook Page

Sugar Bowl – TBA

Mt Rose – 05/29

Heavenly – 04/30

Gold Medalist Maddie Bowman remains stoked on the remaining season in Tahoe | Photo: Sierra-at-Tahoe Facebook Page

Boreal – 04/23

Northstar – 04/23

Sierra-at-Tahoe – 04/23

Kirkwood about as “filled in” as it gets | Photo: Kirkwood Mountain Resort Facebook Page

Kirkwood – 04/16

Homewood – 04/16

Mt Shasta Ski Park – 04/16

J7 and June Mountain are both closed for the season | Photo: June Mountain Facebook Page

June Mountain – CLOSED

Bear Mountain – CLOSED

Snow Summit – CLOSED

Mountain High – CLOSED

 

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