For most Americans 4th of July means boats, beaches, and booze but for some lucky individuals– it means getting some sloppy summer turns in before firing up the grill.
This year, ski areas in California and Oregon will open their doors for July 4th shredding. After closing on Memorial Day Weekend, Mt Bachelor will turn the chairlifts back on for July 2-4th. Other resorts such as Mammoth and Squaw have been operating continuously for what will likely be their longest ski seasons in recorded history.
Happy 4th of July!
Mt Hood Timberline — 7am-2pm
Mt Hood Timberline is open for summer skiing and riding. While the day ticket prices are not available via their website, the riding on the Palmer Snowfield has been hot and heavy as of late– typical July skiing.
Find out more here: Summer Skiing @Timberline
Squaw Valley — 8:30am-2pm
Squaw has been skiing well throughout the warm weather months and with High Camp in full summer mode– there may not be anywhere better to celebrate the 4th. Terrain offerings are still TBA.
Find out more here: Squaw Valley Freedom Fest
Mammoth Mountain, California — 7:30am-2pm
Mammoth is encouraging men and women to wear bikini’s this 4th of July. That is all.
Find out more here: Mammoth Mountain Summer Skiing
Mt Bachelor (*July 2-4) — 7:30am-1:30pm
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Only a few more days until we're skiing from the Summit for JulySki!! 🎉🏂⛷ PLEASE NOTE – uphill travel to the summit is temporarily closed for JulySki preparations. Please respect our ops team as we prepare for an awesome few days of skiing in July! #mtbachelor #mtbachelorstoked #JukySki • • #summerskiing #bendoregon #skiing #snowboarding
Mt Bachelor is back for 4th of July Weekend after a monster season that saw just under 600″ of snow this season. The snow and beer will be cold and the sun and burgers will be hot. Sunrise and Summit lifts are scheduled to be in operation.
Find out more here: Mt Bachelor JulySki